By 2007 the teen pop scene seemed pretty much dead. N'Sync were long gone, the Backstreet Boys were a shell of themselves and Britney had gone batshit crazy. Lou Pearlman couldn't exactly create a new group. He had bigger problems to deal with, like fleeing to Indonesia to avoid arrest for multiple counts of fraud. But then Disney stepped up to the plate and gave the world the Jonas Brothers. Like Hanson a decade earlier, they were a clean-cut trio of teenage brothers willing to do what it takes to become superstars. Appearances on Hannah Montana and other Disney shows introduced them to millions of young girls, and their albums started flying off the shelves. Unlike N'Sync and Britney, no actual adults found anything remotely appealing about this music, but to 12-year-old girls it was the greatest thing they'd ever heard. Their tickets started selling faster than a Led Zeppelin reunion concert, but the boys started taking time off to launch solo careers and they fell off the radar – especially after a new kid named Justin came on the scene.