Backstreet Boys’ AJ McClean Says He’s Divorcing After Separating From Wife

AJ McLean, one of the members of the popular boy band Backstreet Boys, has announced that he is getting divorced from his wife, Rochelle DeAnna McLean. The couple had previously separated but had hoped for a reconciliation. However, after over a year of separation, they have decided to officially end their marriage.

AJ and Rochelle released a joint statement on social media, expressing their love and respect for each other and their decision to move forward with their lives. They emphasized that their focus now is on co-parenting their two daughters and maintaining a healthy friendship.

This news comes after AJ and Rochelle had initially announced their separation in March 2023. At the time, they had stated that they were taking time apart to work on themselves and their marriage and had hoped to come back together. However, it seems that reconciliation is no longer on the table.

During their time apart, AJ had been open about using the opportunity to work on his personal struggles and become a better version of himself. It remains to be seen who will file for divorce first.

AJ and Rochelle tied the knot in 2011 after dating for six years. Their wedding was attended by AJ’s fellow Backstreet Boys band members. The couple has two minor daughters together, Ava (also known as Elliott) and Lyric.

Divorce is never easy, especially when children are involved. However, AJ and Rochelle have expressed their commitment to co-parenting and putting their children’s well-being first. They have asked for privacy during this challenging time.

Fans of AJ and the Backstreet Boys are undoubtedly saddened by this news. The couple’s journey from separation to divorce highlights the challenges that many couples face in their relationships. It serves as a reminder that even in the world of celebrities, marriages can encounter difficulties.

As AJ and Rochelle embark on this new chapter in their lives, it is our hope that they find happiness and fulfillment individually and as parents. Divorce is undoubtedly a difficult process, but with the right support and a focus on the well-being of their children, they can navigate this transition successfully.

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