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‘Ladies & Gentlemen, We Are *NSYNC’: Inside Justin Timberlake’s Historic One-Night-Only LA Concert

Here are Billboard 's 7 best moments from a concert that will go down in history for giving fans the boy band's first performance in more than a decade.

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It finally happened.

Following all the rumors and cryptic memes last fall that led to an MTV VMAs appearance and a red-carpet group photo thanks to *NSYNC ’s new song for the Trolls Band Together soundtrack, fans were left desperate for a live performance from the boy band. After all, it was a band that made its name with performative music videos, blockbuster stadium tours and iconic choreography, so when fans think “*NSYNC,” they think performance. Fans were clamoring for a full tour, sure, but they really would have settled for the band singing live together just one more time.

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Well, on Wednesday night (March 13), we got that one more time. More than a decade after they last performed together at the 2013 Video Music Awards as part of Justin Timberlake ’s VMA Vanguard Award medley, they once again hit JT’s stage, this time for a one-night-only concert at The Wiltern in Los Angeles ahead of the Friday (March 15) release of his sixth solo album, Everything I Thought It Was .

It all started with a trip down memory lane, when DJ Andrew Hypes played a series of hit Timberlake features, including Timbaland’s “Give It to Me,” Jay-Z’s “Holy Grail” and 50 Cent’s “Ayo Technology.” Justin had included this segment in his other two pre-release shows as well, at his hometown concert at Memphis’ Orpheum Theatre on Jan. 19 and his show at New York’s Irving Plaza on Jan. 31. Hypes had also played a handful of *NSYNC songs at those concerts, but on Wednesday night, when he dropped the first *NSYNC song — “Gone” from 2000’s Celebrity — the curtains opened behind Timberlake to reveal his four bandmates singing harmony on the chorus.

“Ear-piercing” doesn’t properly describe the volume of the fan reaction in the room. Maybe eardrum-shattering. Or “book an appointment for your ENT to investigate the possibility of shriek-induced hearing loss” levels. This was 15 songs into an already epic concert, which included three of Timberlake’s five Billboard Hot 100 solo No. 1 hits and pretty much every other song that comes to mind when you think of Justin. But there was truly a before and after point of the concert from that moment on.

“I don’t know what to do after that,” Timberlake admitted once he was alone again onstage, before saying, “But this” and giving us one final song (what more could this crowd possibly ask for?), ending the night with 2013’s “Mirrors.”

So let’s take a step back and look at all the highlights from this concert, lest it go down in history as an *NSYNC reunion and nothing more. In fact, there were two other surprise guests who popped up during the nearly two-hour show and a host of other special moments. Below, find all the best moments – yes, of course including the reunion – from Billboard ’s vantage point as a lucky crowd member at the history-making show.

Tobe Nwigwe Is the First Surprise Guest

Looking all the way back to the night’s first song, Timberlake kicked things off with “Sanctified” – the Everything I Thought It Was track he performed with Tobe Nwigwe on Saturday Night Live in January . While JT also kicked off his Irving Plaza show with “Sanctified,” that crowd didn’t get a cameo from the Nigerian-American rapper, and it was amazing to see their electric dynamic in person. While we’ve now gotten two performances of the holy-rolling duet, fans are still waiting to hear the recording of the song when the album arrives on Friday since it hasn’t yet been commercially released.

‘VIP (Go ’Head Be Gone With It)’

Timberlake gave his A-list friends in the crowd a shout-out with a certain lyric in “SexyBack,” which was the second song of the night — and you know you’re in for exclusively hits when “SexyBack” is second up. “VIP (go ’head be gone with it),” he sang while pointing up to the balcony, where John Legend and Chrissy Teigen were sitting in the front row among other famous friends and family. Before the show, Billboard spotted the couple in the balcony singing and dancing to DMX’s “Ruff Ryders Anthem.” (Later in the night, Teigen made sure to upgrade to the floor for the *NSYNC surprise, posting Instagram Stories from just outside the pit with the captions “Oh my f—ing god @justintimberlake” and simply “dead.” )

JT’s Advice for Son Silas

Timberlake is notoriously private about his family life, especially when it comes to his two kids — 8-year-old Silas and 3-year-old Phineas — and both JT and his wife, Jessica Biel, keep their boys’ faces off social media and out of the spotlight. But the proud dad did let the crowd know between songs that Silas was attending Wednesday night’s concert. “It’s also a very special night: My son is here,” Timberlake announced to supportive cheers. “He’s up with his friend, his buddy. My other one [Phineas] is too young. He can’t; he’s in bed. Son, I just want you to know how much I love you. I want you to – and this is for everybody here: Always dare to dream. Because you never know where you might end up.”

Coco Jones Gives Her Best Beyoncé as Next Surprise Guest

Newly minted Grammy winner Coco Jones arrived onstage at the tail end of Timberlake’s “Until the End of Time,” which was released as a 2007 duet with Beyoncé, and she filled in for just a taste of Queen Bey’s wordless vocal runs to wrap the song. After sharing an onstage hug, Timberlake prompted the crowd: “Do you know about this voice up here? Don’t act like you don’t know about this voice!” That led into the first live performance of Jones’ “ICU” remix with Timberlake – yet another perk for a crowd that still didn’t know just how lucky they were.

A Backstreet Boy Supporting *NSYNC

The first inkling that something special might be happening came when AJ McLean of the Backstreet Boys materialized just behind the pit and posted up to get a clear view of the stage during the throwback DJ set. A lot was made of the rivalry between BSB and *NSYNC back in their heyday, but in the decades since, they’ve spoken highly of each other, collaborated together and basically just lifted up their boy-band brethren. So it was sweet to see McLean front and center for this bit of TRL -worthy history.

‘Ladies & Gentlemen, We Are *NSYNC’

Timberlake spoke those heart-warming words after the quintet rocked with DJ tracks of “Gone” and “Girlfriend” before giving mini-performances of arguably their most enduring hits: “Bye Bye Bye” and “It’s Gonna Be Me.” But that was just the beginning.

“So we did those,” JC Chasez said of the four classics. “But you have an album coming out tomorrow. And on that album, there’s a song…”

“… By *NSYNC,” Timberlake said to finish his sentence.

“We’ve practiced the song,” Chasez said, to which Timberlake added: “Y’all wanna hear the new song?”

The new song was the lilting ballad “Paradise,” and it got its world debut on Wednesday night at The Wiltern, following a snippet posted to Timberlake’s socials earlier that day. The chorus couldn’t have had more fitting lyrics for the fans who had hoped for this very performance: “’Cause I waited/ I’ve been waiting forever/ Right here for this moment/ Between you and I/ Everything has happened/ It’s just what I imagined/ Imagined it would feel like/ Paradise.”

“I love you guys so much,” Timberlake said as he hugged his bandmates on their way offstage.

Who knows what the future holds for the blockbuster boy band, but one thing is certain: They are now well aware of how much they’ve been missed since going on hiatus more than 20 years ago. Will this lead to a new album? A tour? We’ll just have to settle for this little slice of “Paradise” for now.

Full Setlist

Sanctified (with Tobe Nwigwe) SexyBack LoveStoned Like I Love You My Love No Angels Selfish What Goes Around…Comes Around Señorita Summer Love Rock Your Body Suit & Tie Until the End of Time (with Coco Jones) ICU remix (with Coco Jones) Cry Me a River

DJ set -Holy Grail (Jay-Z) -Carry Out (Timbaland) -Give It to Me (Timbaland) -Ayo Technology (50 Cent)

*NSYNC set -Gone -Girlfriend -Bye Bye Bye -It’s Gonna Be Me -Paradise

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Fans want an NSYNC reunion tour — but they'll have to settle for the band's first live performance since 2013 for now

  • NSYNC fans are amped for a reunion tour after the band's recent appearances.
  • In 2023, the group reunited at the MTV Video Music Awards before releasing their first single in 21 years.
  • On Wednesday, the band joined Justin Timberlake onstage during his free Los Angeles concert.

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NSYNC performed live for the first time in over a decade, raising questions about whether the band will return for a reunion tour.

On Wednesday, JC Chasez, Lance Bass , Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick made a surprise appearance during Justin Timberlake's free "One Night Only" concert in Los Angeles. The fivesome then performed together for the first time since 2013, running through their popular tracks "Gone," "Girlfriend, "Bye Bye Bye," and "It's Gonna Be Me." 

—Courtney McKinney (@CourtAnne1225) March 14, 2024

The band also performed "Paradise," a new NSYNC song that will appear on Timberlake's upcoming album, "Everything I Thought it Was."

—steven j. horowitz (@speriod) March 14, 2024

While many NSYNC fans might see this as a sign of the band's intention to reunite, it may not be that simple. 

In September 2023, when the five band members appeared onstage at the MTV Video Music Awards to present the award for best pop video to Taylor Swift , fans also took this as a sign that the band might be planning a reunion tour.

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Even Swift had questions when she collected her award, asking the group: "Like, are you doing something? What's going to happen now? They're going to do something and I need to know what it is."

Two days later, NSYNC announced via a video post on their Instagram account that they would release their first single in 21 years. But the song, "Better Place," was just part of the soundtrack to a new animated movie, "Trolls Band Together," in which Timberlake stars.

"Better Place" started at No.25 on the Billboard Hot 100 the week of its release in September 2023 before sinking down and disappearing after six weeks.

NSYNC also appeared on the YouTube interview series "Hot Ones" to promote the new track, but no reunion announcement arrived after the movie.

Plus, Timberlake's concert was organized to promote his upcoming album, which will be released on Friday, so the reunion could have been a tactic to promote it.

The last time the complete NSYNC band performed together was during Timberlake's 12-song medley at the 2013 VMAs after he received the Video Vanguard Award.

But the group performed without Timberlake in 2019 when they joined Ariana Grande for a surprise appearance during her Coachella set.

As of yet, there has been no announcement about a reunion tour, but at least NSYNC fans will now have two new songs.

NSYNC's representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.

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‘N Sync fans demand a reunion tour as band shares new video with throwback photo

Fans are still clamoring for 'N Sync to do a stadium reunion tour after the band announced they're dropping a new song together.

The '90s boy band, made up of Chris Kirkpatrick, JC Chasez, Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass and Joey Fatone, released a snippet of the track after reuniting onstage for the first time in a decade at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards Sept. 12.

Since then, Google searches about an 'N Sync reunion tour have skyrocketed with fans desperate to know if they’ll be able to see the beloved boy band perform live and the band has leaned into the speculation and fan fervor by teasing on social media that they have a secret to share.

Fans realized that the band reunited in the studio when it previewed their new song — their first in more than 20 years — for the upcoming film “Trolls Band Together," starring Timberlake. On Sept. 14, 'N Sync released the 40- s econd snippet of the song “Better Place,” which is set to be released in full later this month.

The song is intended to be a "love letter" to 'N Sync fans, Timberlake revealed in an Instagram video of the group recording the song.

But the track and their public appearance has left fans wanting more.

"You know what’s also a love letter to fans? A whole reunion tour," one fan commented on Timberlake's post.

"new *NSYNC song on the Trolls whatever soundtrack??? oh, we are SO getting a reunion tour!!!" someone said on X.

“I really hope *NSYNC didn’t get me all hyped up- to just be coming out (with) a Trolls song I need a damn reunion tour,” another person tweeted.

The band has not announced any plans for a reunion tour, and representatives for the band did not respond to's request for comment.

Universal Pictures previously confirmed to that the band only recorded one new song for the movie.

The growing hype around the return of 'N Sync started after Timberlake posted a video on Instagram Sept. 13 of the group in an elevator talking and laughing. The other four members also posted it on their accounts.

"So five guys walk into an elevator..." Timberlake captioned his post.

He removed the audio from the video, but fans are convinced they're talking about new music and a reunion.

"FIVE GUYS NEED TO WALK INTO A STADIUM AND SING SOME HITS!!!!" someone rebutted in the comments.

"Y’all better be makin’ music in that elevator," Will Smith commented.

"Millennials, start defrosting. It’s our fkin time," another person wrote.

"SHUT THE FRONT DOOR! WHAT DOES THIS MEAN! All of us 30 something year old Mom’s need to know when we need to find babysitters ASAP!?!?" a third said.

In another video posted to social media, band members used audio of a 1991 scene from "Friends" to say in so many words that if one of them does have information about something, they cannot disclose it until another member does. They mouthed the words as the "Friends" audio played.

"Do you know something?" Timberlake mouthed, to which Fatone mouthed the same question back to him sharply.

"I might know something," Kirkpatrick chimed in, prompting Chasez to quickly slip in, "I might know something too."

"What's the thing you know?" Bass asked everyone.

"Oh no, I can't tell you until you tell me what you know," Timberlake quipped.

"I can't tell you what I know," Fatone rebuffed.

"Well then I can't tell you what I know," Kirkpatrick declared.

Fans who commented on Timberlake's TikTok post of the video say they see right through the cryptic video.

"UGGGGHHHH!!! All y'all be teasing us SOOO BAD!!! just go ahead & announce the tour already! We got ADULT $$ to spend now," someone said.

"They don't know, we know, they know......." someone commented, again referencing "Friends."

"Don't play with our millennial hearts!!" another wrote.

Then on Sept. 19, Timberlake shared a video set to the tune of Simple Plan's "I'm Just a Kid."

In the video, which can be seen here , 'N Sync gathers around and strikes a pose before the clip cuts to them around 20 years ago, posing in the same way.


While the tease videos seemingly hint at the band’s reunion for the new song, fans have pointed out that 'N Sync has also increased their social media presence, and there's now a verified TikTok account under the band's name .

"No cause *Nsync launching a TikTok, getting more active on Ig and Twitter, then updating their website? I know this isn’t just for this damn Trolls movie!" one fan tweeted.

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Randi Richardson is a reporter for NBC News' based in Brooklyn.

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An ’NSync Reunion Tour? The Timing Couldn’t Be Better

By Andy Greene

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Taylor Swift spoke for millions of ’NSync fans all across the globe last week when the reunited quartet presented her with the Best Pop Award at the MTV Video Music Awards. “Are you doing something?” she asked them. “What’s going to happen now? There’s something they’re going to… They’re going to do something. And I need to know what it is.”

“Better Place” also invites an obvious question: Are they going to tour? If Timberlake decides to do that, since it’s fairly clear the matter rests entirely in his hands, the reunited band would pack arenas and possibly even stadiums all over the world. We also think it would be a very good idea for everyone involved. Here are eight reasons why.

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Even after the public apology, Timberlake’s reputation took a definite hit . An ’NSync reunion tour is a perfect chance to remind people why they fell in love with him in the first place. The moment they kick into “Tearing Up My Heart” on night one, a warm bath of nostalgia will wash away any mixed feelings for the fans in that room. He’ll once again be the Justin that Taylor Swift and millions of others from her generation had pinned to their bedroom walls.

They’re Still Friends

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The Twenty-Year Rule of Nostalgia Is Kicking In

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It Doesn’t Need To Be All About the Past

When Paul Simon finally folded and agreed to a Simon and Garfunkel reunion show in 1981, he didn’t want it be a strict Sixties nostalgia affair. That’s why they played Simon solo songs from more recent years, like “American Tune,” “Still Crazy After All These Years,” “Late in the Evening” and even “The Late Great Johnny Ace,” a brand-new one. Simon found a way to incorporate Garfunkel’s voice into his solo work, and he gave Garfunkel a moment of his own to sing his solo song “A Heart in New York.” Beyonce did something similar when Destiny’s Child reunited at Beyonce’s 2013 Super Bowl halftime show, where Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams joined Beyonce for a wild rendition of “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).” Imagine ‘N Sync lending their voices to Justin solo favorites like “Rock Your Body,” “My Love,” and “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” — or maybe even a new hit. Doesn’t that sound fun?

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It Could Even Lead to a New Album

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Comparing ’NSync to Pavement is absurd for about 78 different reasons. Let’s do it anyway. Stephen Malkmus first reunited with Pavement in 2010 after a decade-long break. They took off another 12 years before going back out in 2022 for their second reunion tour, which just wrapped. This didn’t mean he walked away from his solo career at any point. He kept making albums and touring on his own the entire time. It’s possible to have a musical career on two different tracks, with one focused on the past and the other focused on the present. And the Pavement reunions have done nothing but remind fans of Malkmus’ genius. They’ve rewarded fans of his old work and helped boost his solo career too. The same thing could happen with ’NSync. As soon as their reunion tour ends, Justin would have a ton of momentum he could transfer to his solo career. It would be a genuine win/win.

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Justin Timberlake reunites with NSYNC for first performance in 11 years: 'Let's do it again'

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NSYNC said hello, hello, hello to their fans who have long awaited a reunion.

Justin Timberlake held a free show in Los Angeles on Wednesday night at the Art Deco theater where he surprised the crowd with a special performance of his upcoming song "Paradise," which features his NSYNC bandmates.

Videos on social media show Timberlake, 43, standing as the curtain behind him slowly revealed Lance Bass ,  Joey Fatone ,  Chris Kirkpatrick  and  JC Chasez . The crowd instantly went wild, screaming louder than the group as they began singing.

The group performed "Paradise" and "Bye Bye Bye" together, bridging their new music with their classic hit. The night marked their first performance with all five band members since their reunion at the 2013 VMAs.

Timberlake, who is gearing up for the release of his sixth solo album  "Everything I Thought It Was,"  shared a photo of the stage with five empty stools on Instagram after the show.

"That was fun. Let’s do it again soon," Bass, 44, teased in the comments section.

Timberlake, who got his musical start in the '90s boy band NSYNC, opened up about the possibility of releasing new music with the group during an interview on  "The Kelly Clarkson Show " in January.

"We've been in the studio, so there may be a little something in the future, too," Timberlake told host  Kelly Clarkson .

It was later revealed that his upcoming album includes a song featuring NSYNC. Timberlake posted a snippet of "Paradise" on Instagram Wednesday.

Bass told USA TODAY earlier this month, that the song "Paradise" made his mom emotional.

"We recorded that a long time ago when we recorded 'Better Place,' so we've been sitting on this for a while," Bass said. "Hard not to talk about it. But I'm glad that it's about to come out because it is such a special song. One of my favorites I've ever recorded. My mom cried immediately when she heard it. So it's Mom-approved."

Timberlake previously reunited with NSYNC in September on the single  "Better Place,"  which was featured on the soundtrack to Timberlake’s animated comedy  "Trolls Band Together."  The song marked the group’s first release since their album "Celebrity" in 2001.

Lance Bass says new NSYNC song on Justin Timberlake's upcoming album made his mom cry

NSYNC teased a reunion after their 2023 MTV Video Music Awards appearance

NSYNC teased its reunion with an appearance at the  2023 MTV Video Music Awards  in September. The group presented the best pop award during the ceremony, which was won by  Taylor Swift .

"That was fun," said Timberlake of reuniting. "It’s kind of crazy, like, there’s so much that just picks up right where it left off as far as the chemistry."

Timberlake's bandmate Fatone  reflected on the success of their comeback  with "Better Place" in an October interview with  OK magazine .

"People are obviously yelling and screaming for a tour, but there's a lot of things that come into play before that could happen," Fatone said. "There's five guys — some of us are married, some have kids, some may not want to do it. We have to have that conversation and talk about what we do now that the song is out there."

NSYNC  formed in 1995  and released its self-titled debut album in March 1998. The boy band went on to earn  nine Top 10 hits  on Billboard’s Pop Airplay chart, a  trio of multiplatinum albums  and  eight Grammy nominations .

Justin Timberlake tour begins in April

The "Mirrors" singer, actor and former member of of the boyband NSYNC announced  The Forget Tomorrow World Tour in January , his first tour in five years. The North American leg of the tour is set to kick off a month after his free show on April 29 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada, and includes stops in cities in the U.S., Canada, Europe and the U.K.

In February, he announced that the  second leg  of the tour will restart this fall and include eight new shows in the U.S. and Canada.

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It's unclear if his NSYNC bandmates plan to join him for any of the shows on Timberlake's upcoming tour.

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Is *NSYNC Really Going on Tour? Lance Bass Says…

After releasing a song for the first time in two decades earlier this year, *nsync had fans hoping for a reunion tour. now, lance bass is addressing the possibility..

If you've been tearin' up your heart waiting for an *NSYNC  reunion tour, you might need to wait just a little longer.

On the heels of the band getting back in the studio to put out their first song in over 20 years ,  Lance Bass   is addressing whether or not the reunion will also see them hitting the road together. 

"Look, the door is always open," the former boy band member exclusively told E! News of the possibility for a tour and album. "And I think especially now. I'm game and you know we will be talking at some point. So hopefully, fingers crossed something will work out."

The 44-year-old also shared on what it was like to be back in the studio with his fellow alums— Justin Timberlake ,  JC Chasez ,  Chris Kirkpatrick   and  Joey Fatone —after more than two decades apart. 

"I mean have a little worry going into a project like that," Lance shared. "We haven't made new music in 23 years, so I was a little scared of, 'Do I still have it in the studio?' But we went in and I swear, it was like yesterday we were together."

He continued, "It was even better than it would have been normally. And it was the quickest we've ever recorded a song. Like just in hours." 

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Millennials everywhere rejoiced earlier this year when *NSYNC reunited on stage for the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards following the release of their song "Better Place,"  which was recorded for the upcoming movie  Trolls Band Together . 

But despite hopes that their on-air appearance would also include a performance of the new single,  there's one important reaso n the band chose to forego one for now. 

"It was kind of bittersweet because we did have bigger plans for this song," Lance—who recently teamed up with Boursin Cheese to prepare cheese lovers with everything they need ahead of the holidays—previously told E! News in Sept. of their MTV reunion. "Unfortunately, there is a SAG strike and, in solidarity with WGA and SAG, we're not able to promote the film and song. We were supposed to perform it."

But now, with both Hollywood strikes being over and Lance's answer that wasn't an outright no—maybe there's hope the band isn't totally saying bye bye bye for now. 

So in the meantime, keep reading to get your *NSYNC fix with some fun facts about the iconic boy band. 

1. After Chris Kirkpatrick , 23 at the time, was passed over for the  Backstreet Boys —the first instance of shady impresario Lou Pearlman  capturing boy band lightning in a bottle—he dusted himself off and told Pearlman he was still interested in being in a group.

Pearlman agreed to put up the money if Kirkpatrick would do the work of actually finding other talented guys to join him, and so the sifting through demos and watching countless hours of tapes began. They eventually happened upon  The All New- Mickey Mouse Club alum and aspiring singer  Justin Timberlake , 14, who recommended fellow former Mouseketeer JC Chasez , 19. ("JC was the cool older guy, and Justin wanted to be just like him," co-star Christina Aguilera remembered fondly to Rolling Stone .) 

They continued the search in Orlando, and Kirkpatrick thought of Joey Fatone , 18, who he knew from his days performing at Universal Studios—and who Chasez knew from his time living in Florida when he was working for Disney. But they still needed a deeper voice.

Timberlake's vocal coach advised them to check out this kid from Mississippi,  Lance Bass , who flew down to Florida on Oct. 1, 1995. Pearlman and Timberlake picked the appropriately named 16-year-old up at the airport in the former's black Rolls Royce.

Backstreet Boy Howie Dorough , who knew Kirkpatrick way back when, gave himself a little pat on the back later on for all this serendipity, telling Pop Crush  in 2015 that BSB asked Pearlman "to help [Chris] out in any way that he could and still fulfill his dream. He went back with Chris and formed a group and little by little that spun off to eventually be 'N Sync."

2. But wait, Lance wasn't the first fifth member of 'N Sync!

That role was originally played by Jason Galasso , who had known Fatone from choir in their high school days and was dabbling in the singing-group arts when he got a page (1990s, FTW) out of nowhere from his old acquaintance. Coincidentally, he also knew Chasez because, as Galasso explained on The Digital Get Down  podcast in 2019, he "used to kind of hang out with  The Mickey Mouse Club " stars like Chase Hampton and Keri Russell .

After they "locked in perfectly" on a rendition of Boyz II Men 's "End of the Road," that was it, he was in the as-yet unnamed group. "I remember I'm like, 'Dang, Justin's young!'" he recalled. "But then I heard him sing, I'm like 'Oh, it doesn't matter how old he is, he can sing his butt off."

At the same time, however, the bass singer was also in a three-man group called Unreal, "so I'm still trying to decide, you know, what I want to do, what direction I want to go in as far as which group I want to go with," Galasso, who's in the mortgage loan business these days, recalled. "Because I remember, the first time Lou Pearlman brought over some music, he was thinking about the type of music that we would be doing, and I come from an R&B, hip-hop background. That's my love, my heart, my soul."

So when Pearlman came over with "this European-style techno, I was just like, 'Hmm, okay.'" So, he went ahead and traveled with the other guys in Unreal to Atlanta to cut a demo, which he thought turned out great.

Meanwhile, 'N Sync was starting to fashion a look and they were talking about putting a showcase together for Disney's Pleasure Island. They even took a field trip to Shaquille O'Neal 's house to check out his home studio in Orlando, but they had not yet recorded any music. And, more consequentially for Galasso, they hadn't yet signed any contracts.

Pretty soon, both groups were trying to get him to sign. Galasso said he took the dueling contracts to a lawyer and, while the deal with the trio was pretty standard issue, Pearlman had himself written into the 'N Sync contract as a sixth member, and that contract was "thick as a phone book." He felt that the other members of 'N Sync were more gung-ho than he was about the deal—which was true, because they all proceeded to sign it, whether they truly understood what it entailed or not.

So Galasso ultimately went with the group that wasn't 'N Sync.

3. Aside from Timberlake's mom complimenting that they sounded so "in sync," the group's name—sometimes NSYNC, other times *NSYNC, but for our purposes, 'N Sync—incorporates the last letter of their first names: Justi n , Chri s , Joe y , Jaso n and J C .

Oh, wait...The guys asked Lance if he wouldn't mind tweaking his name a bit to make the whole 'N Sync thing still work. And so, Lanceton was born. "They did call me Lanceton for a good year, just basically as a joke," Bass told in 2015. "I think it was Justin who first was like, 'Okay, Lanceton.' Then it kinda faded out once we got a deal and then came out. It didn't stick very long. It was either Lanceton or Landon."

4. After a couple of years in which their biggest following was in Germany, ahead-of-their time fans of the  Max Martin -penned "I Want You Back" and "Tearing Up My Heart" ("In Europe, we were on the cover of every magazine," Bass recalled), 'N Sync finally got its big break in the U.S. when the Backstreet Boys turned down a "Disney Channel in Concert" gig.

Instead,  NSYNC   in Concert  came out in 1998 and—thank you, cable—Disney Channel aired it over and over again. "The Disney Channel concert really changed our career," Bass told  20/20 . "It was incredible, and that one gig right there, to me, is what made us in America." 

5. While they were all in Miami to play in their Challenge for the Children charity basketball game, the guys ordered room service to their hotel room not long before they were due at a press call. Fatone showed up at least 15 minutes late because, as it turned out, he had been waiting for a fresh burger—because the one on his plate had a bite taken out of it! But it wasn't delivered that way, Bass  recalled  on the  Inside of You With Michael Rosenbaum  podcast. Timberlake had totally taken a bite out of it to screw with his pal.

"It was so funny. I've never seen Joey get so upset about something like that," Bass said. He "was probably tired or something," but "we make fun of him all the time for that outburst. All the time."

6. Fatone may have blown up over a partially eaten burger, but Bass admitted he wasn't always the picture of patience. He told Rosenbaum that he sometimes lost his cool when Kirkpatrick would take his resident funnyman persona too far during interviews. "Chris, you know, he's very animated," Bass said, "and he's funny and he's always cracking a joke. But when someone is always cracking the joke in every single interview, and you do like 20 a day and there's five guys, your days get long and long and long."

"So, there have been many times I'm like, 'Shut up. Just answer the question so we can move on because we are so tired right now.' So, he would always make all our interviews at least double the time."

7. At one point they were too busy to even stop by a barbershop for haircuts (or bleach jobs), so, Bass said, "that's when I started just kind of getting this bleach and putting it in my hair and just putting my fingertips in it, and that's how the frosted tips were born."

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8. In 2000, to celebrate the diamond-selling status of their 1997 debut  'N Sync , meaning 10 million copies sold, their manager  Johnny Wright  (who had previously been the road manager for  New Kids on the Block  along with his wife  Donna ) gifted the five with diamond-and-platinum pendants. "We are diamond," Timberlake announced, mostly facetiously,  according to  Rolling Stone . "Screw all of you. I'm done. Forget this boy-band thing."

9. The members of 'N Sync did get rich—but not right away, and not until they took matters into their own hands. As it turned out, Pearlman, who died in prison in 2016 while serving a 25-year sentence for money laundering and other crimes committed in the running of a Ponzi scheme, was seemingly screwing them  and  the Backstreet Boys (and  O-Town  for that matter) out of money.

Talking to ABC News'  20/20   in 2019, Bass recalled Pearlman flying the members of 'N Sync and their families to Los Angeles in 1998 for a promised check-presentation party. The amount: $10,000 apiece.

"I was in the biggest band in the world and selling millions of records…but I can't even afford my apartment in Orlando. I couldn't even get a car," said Bass, who tried to be polite but then ripped up his check when he got back to his hotel room. Added Kirkpatrick, "With all the success you would think that we were making hand-over-fist money and we were printing money and whatever, and it just wasn't the case."

After realizing their contracts, like the members of BSB, treated Pearlman as a sixth member, meaning he got one-sixth of the group's profits as well as management fees, 'N Sync jumped ship for Jive Records—and were promptly sued by TransContinental Records and RCA parent BMG Entertainment, which had distributed their first album. It was a $150 million lawsuit, but Pearlman's big goal was to prevent them from continuing to use the name 'N Sync. They countersued for $25 million and settled for an undisclosed amount in 1999—and, most importantly perhaps, they retained the right to press on with their name intact.

10.  No Strings Attached , their smash-hit sophomore album released in March 2000, was metaphorical AF.

" No Strings Attached  just became the theme," Kirkpatrick, who thought of the concept after "I've Got No Strings" from Disney's  Pinocchio  popped into his head, told  20/20 . "It became our battle cry of, 'We don't owe anybody anymore…we have no ties to anything but each other...and our fans."

Chasez, who won a talent show in the seventh grade singing  Richard Marx 's "Right Here Waiting" only to have Marx write and produce "I Promise You" for  No Strings , told  Rolling Stone , "This album is really in your face. Nothing is sang passively; everything is chopped and punched. You can definitely hear a  Michael Jackson  influence in the way the words chop off—that's the way Michael delivers a line."

Added Timberlake, "We're pissed off now—that's what it is. We're angry white boys who didn't get our props. No, I'm kidding—I'm kidding."

Moreover, they were musically homeless for most of the time they were making it, unhappy with TransContinental and not yet ensconced at Jive, whose artists included Timberlake's then-secret (albeit a poorly kept one) girlfriend  Britney Spears  and the Backstreet Boys.

No Strings Attached  sold 2.4 million copies in its first week out, including 1.1 million on day one.

11. A year later, Jackson was delivering  on stage with them— first at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards, appearing just as 'N Sync was winding down its performance of "Pop" and sending the crowd into a frenzy even though he didn't sing—and then for real all together days later on "Dancing Machine" at the  Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration . The two-day concert event held at Madison Square Garden aired on CBS that November.

In 2016, Bass  revealed on  The Meredith Vieira  Show  that Jackson didn't speak to him for a year after the MSG show because, when Jackson insisted that Bass and Fatone (who had a movie premiere to attend) stay until the end for a group rendition of "Heal the World," saying it was "for the children," Bass giggled, not realizing the King of Pop was perfectly serious.

12. Once they all had more money in the bank, naturally they started spending it. In March 2000, Timberlake bought a Mercedes jeep (his first big purchase) and a BMW M Roadster, and would add a Dodge Viper, an Audi TT, a Porsche 911 and a Cadillac Escalade to his collection by the following year. Fatone treated himself to a black Cadillac truck and homes and cars for his parents and siblings. Several of them purchased homes in Orlando, and Kirkpatrick bought a house for his mom, too. Bass got a house in Orlando, one in his home state of Mississippi, and one in the border area known as Floribama.

"There's a white grand piano, a white couch and a tapestry of knights on horses, and I have this beautiful acrylic statue of a nude man and woman that my friend got me," Timberlake described the decor in his Orlando bachelor pad to  Rolling Stone . "It's a beautiful piece: You shine a light on it and it shines right through. I've got a game room that we call the  Jimmy Buffett  room, because it's Orlando tropical, and I have a country kitchen to remind me of where I grew up. The bedroom is a whole safari motif, with a Japanese screen and a big sleigh bed."

The following year, Chasez revealed he'd become a red wine aficionado, and had sprung for a $2,500 book of Helmut Newton photographs.

13. In 2000, just before No Strings Attached came out, Kirkpatrick was dating the girlfriend he'd had for about a year before 'N Sync became a global phenomenon. They weren't meant to be, as he married Karly Skladany in 2013 after three years together, with all of his former bandmates in attendance. 

Timberlake was still playing coy about whether he and Spears were actually dating ("Britney's a good friend of mine"), informing  Rolling Stone , "If I do decide to have a personal relationship with someone, I think it's best to keep it that—personal."

Bass had previously dated  Boy Meets World Star Danielle Fishel , even accompanying her to her high school prom. He'd choose to wait until 2006 to publicly come out as gay, and he's now been married to Michael Turchin since 2014.

Fatone had been on and off with high school sweetheart Kelly Baldwin since 1993—but they were decidedly back on when they welcomed daughter Briahna in March of 2001. They got married in 2004 and had second daughter  Kloey Alexandra  in 2010, but as of 2019 they were divorcing and Fatone was dating Izabel Araujo .

Chasez, meanwhile, usually had girlfriends around (in 2001 he was dating Bobbie Thomas , who was  inspired to start her own blog when she saw how the media treated Spears), but he has kept an impressively tight lid on his private life.

14. By 2000, Bass had started Freelance Management, hoping to develop country artists. Timberlake launched his eponymous foundation to benefit music and arts education in public schools. Chasez was producing music for girl group Wild Orchid and Kirkpatrick had started his own fashion and music production company called Fuman Skeeto.

15. Legions of screaming tween fans aside, they weren't  trying  to be extra adorable to appeal to as many kids (and their moms) as possible.

"We don't try to make ourselves do cute, we just are who we are," Timberlake told  Rolling Stone  in 2000. "We're boys. We burp and fart, just like boys."

16. Kirkpatrick considered himself the stereotypical guy's guy among them, telling Rolling Stone in 2001, "I'm like a bunch of college guys got together and said, 'Let's make a dude, a crazy dude.' And they made me."

The writer described Bass as a "supernice, humble, patient guy who's so pretty he almost looks like a girl, and who never, ever stops smiling." Chasez was said to be the one whose offstage personality was furthest from his onstage persona, "the one most likely to meander right past you so silently you wouldn't even notice him."

Fatone was "a giant wild boy with a rambunctious electricity bubbling constantly beneath his skin, as if he's about to make a party break out anytime, anywhere." 

17. During rehearsal in New Orleans in 2001, a platform shot up too early and Fatone's lower leg was caught between it and the stage, somehow not breaking the bone but exposing a  lot  of the interior of his leg.

"There was a hole," Bass told  Rolling Stone . "You could see the bone, you could see everything. So we applied pressure on it, and the fat was coming out, and it was not good. He can take pain good, but he was in pain. Oh, he screamed. It looked like a bullet went through his leg."

Added Chasez, "He ended up going to the hospital and they cut a piece of his leg out and had to rinse the metal out because his leg was caught between two pieces of metal. I don't know how it didn't break. He's a tough kid."

A few weeks later, Fatone, who had been using a cane to get around, was back on stage dancing. "He's in pain," Chasez observed. "But Joey's got great showmanship. He knows how to cover his steps 'cause he's been onstage longer than any of us."

18. When you think about it, 'N Sync had a relatively tame run. They're first to admit they had their fun, but they were  not troublemakers, nor did trouble have a habit of "finding them." Bass liked a Jack and Coke, but would more likely volunteer to be the evening's designated driver.  "If some twelve-year-old sees on the news that I got arrested for cocaine, that affects a lot of people," he told Rolling Stone . "I remember when I was ten and I caught my sister drinking. It was so devastating to me." He added, "I can have water and feel like I'm getting drunk."

19. Fame hadn't come overnight, but once it did, it was a whole new world.

"You realize what hard work it is and that it's not glamorous," Bass told  Rolling Stone . "It's like going to Disney World, going into the tunnels and seeing Cinderella smoking a cigarette. The whole magic is gone."

Timberlake admitted, "It's been a little tough There's definitely been times when I was totally depressed. But, you know, my spirituality helped me through that. I just feel like there's two of me: the public-eye me and the guy-who-brushes-his-teeth-twice-a-day me. They're getting along all right now. Sometimes brush-his-teeth doesn't get enough attention, but it's worth it."

"You don't want to say or do too much," acknowledged Fatone. "You know, it's like breaking the fans' hearts if there's something out there that they don't know about and might get upset about."

20. In case anyone was under the impression that 'N Sync was composed of five disparate parts who just got lucky, they'd be wrong.

"We started out as best friends, and you know, I think it shows—it shows in everything we do," Kirkpatrick, sitting down on CNN's  Larry King Live   with the rest of the group, said in January 2001. "From when we're on stage, when we're clowning around, we do, like, so many shows that each show is so different because of the interaction amongst each other. And we'll goof around with each other."

In response to King's observation that a lot of band members don't really get along behind the scenes, Timberlake added, "Well, the chemistry we have is unreal. I can't tell you, you know even with this tour last summer, I could just look at Chris and it could say 10 things at the same time, and he would know exactly what I meant just by looking at him, because we've been together...Even before everything took off, we were together, some of us working 9:00 to 5:00. But every day, singing, and you know, trying to get our act together."

21. The channeled their misgivings about living life in a fish bowl to varying effect with their third album, 2001's  Celebrity .

By then, Timberlake was openly dating Spears ("When we get together, that's just my girl, and I love her, and that's it. I don't think about what everybody's thinkin' about. She makes me happy. She's like salvation," he  told  Rolling Stone ; Bass added, "They're so perfect for each other, it's scary") and the group was making a reported $2.5 million a night on their PopOdyssey stadium tour.

22. In 2000, Timberlake told  Rolling Stone , talking about the influx of boy bands onto the music scene, "I think the next couple of years will separate the boys from the men. What worries me is the oversaturation of the market."

Well, the other boy bands wouldn't have to worry about it for long.

23. 'N Sync went on so-called "temporary hiatus" in 2002 after wrapping up their Celebrity Tour, mainly so Timberlake could focus on his solo career, and that turned out to be it. Though no one came right out and said it and the group never officially announced that they were disbanding. One Direction fans know the concept well.

"After you do something for a certain amount of time, you get into a rhythm of it and then new things spark your curiosity; you need new brain food," Chasez, who had a solo hit that year with "Blowin' Me Up (With Her Love),"  reflected to Huffington Post in 2019. "At that time, we just felt like we had exhausted every kind of idea for what we were doing and we just felt like, 'OK, let's do something different.' So, that's what we did." 

As for Bass, he said, "me and the guys were never on bad terms at al...The thing I was most disappointed in was not just Justin leaving the band. It's that our whole team, our record label, our management, everything like that, they all knew. They all knew it was over for three years before they told me.

"So, for three years, I'm sitting there getting ready for a new album as everyone else knows we're moving on."

24. The guys from 'N Sync pretty much went their separate ways as they embarked on their solo aspirations and Timberlake became a superstar in their own right (though that's not why none of them went to JT's wedding in Italy when he married Jessica Biel in 2012), having released  Justified  in November 2002 and never  really  looking back.

So could their reunion performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards have  been  more hyped?!

It was short but sweet, and their moves were intact.

25. Reflecting on why he didn't come out while he was in 'N Sync, Bass said at the group's Hollywood Walk of Fame induction in 2018 that "at the time, I thought that I would never be able to tell anyone because not only was I terrified of the lasting rejection—I was certain that that would happen—but more than that I didn't want to jeopardize the careers of these guys up here, much less the hundreds of amazing people who worked tirelessly to bring 'N Sync to the world."

Bass continued, "I thought if I had come out, 'N Sync would be over. So I kept my secret. And our wildest dreams were coming true and we were so incredibly thankful—and I still am. But so many nights onstage, I'd see so many young, gay fans singing their hearts out and I wanted so badly to let you know, I was you. I just didn't have the strength then. But I do today and so let me say loud and proud to all my LGBT brothers and sisters, who embrace me and show me the way to be who I am, thank you so much."

We can only imagine he's gained plenty of new fans since going public with his true self. And if he lost any, those people never deserved him in the first place.

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NSYNC (, / ɪ n -/ ; also stylized as *NSYNC or ' N Sync ) was an American boy band formed in Orlando, Florida, in 1995 and launched in Germany by BMG Ariola Munich. NSYNC consisted of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass. Their self-titled debut album was successfully released to European countries in 1997, and later debuted in the US market with the single "I Want You Back".

After heavily publicized legal battles with their former manager Lou Pearlman and former record label Bertelsmann Music Group, the group's second album, No Strings Attached (2000), sold over one million copies in one day and 2.42 million copies in one week, which was a record for over fifteen years. NSYNC's first two studio albums were both certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Celebrity (2001) debuted with 1.8 million copies in its first week in the US. Singles such as "Bye Bye Bye", "This I Promise You", "Girlfriend", "Pop" and "It's Gonna Be Me" reached the top 10 in several international charts, with the last being a US Billboard Hot 100 number one. In addition to a host of Grammy Award nominations, NSYNC has performed at the World Series, the Super Bowl and the Olympic Games, and sang or recorded with Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Phil Collins, Celine Dion, Aerosmith, Nelly, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Mary J. Blige, country music supergroup Alabama, and Gloria Estefan. The group has received eight Grammy Award nominations.

NSYNC last recorded new material in 2002. The five members have reunited a couple of times, including at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards and to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The band completed five nationwide concert tours and has sold over 70 million records, becoming one of the best-selling boy bands in history. Rolling Stone recognized their instant success as one of the Top 25 Teen Idol Breakout Moments of all time. Justin Timberlake went on to become a ten-time Grammy Award winner throughout his solo career.

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Over the past few months, Justin Timberlake has been staging one-off shows across the United States in anticipation of his new album “Everything I Thought It Was,” out this Friday, bringing lively performances to his native Memphis and New York City. But those who were lucky enough to snag a free ticket to attend his “One Night Only” show on Wednesday (March 13) at The Wiltern in Los Angeles got a once—or, technically, twice—in-a-lifetime experience, as the pop singer reunited with his group NSYNC to perform for the first time since 2013.

NSYNC reunites at Justin Timberlake's "One Night Only" L.A. show. — Variety (@Variety) March 14, 2024

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But nothing came of it, other than a few press appearances and some TikTok videos featuring the band. Pleas for an NSYNC tour went unacknowledged. So the NSYNC performance at The Wiltern held weight, even if lasted for a few moments.

the new NSYNC song “paradise” performed live for the first time — steven j. horowitz (@speriod) March 14, 2024

Of course, there was more to the show than just the NSYNC reunion. Timberlake gave a greatest hits performance for an hour-and-a-half, running through “Suit & Tie,” “Rock Your Body,” “My Love,” “Señorita” and “Cry Me a River.” He brought out Grammy-winning R&B singer Coco Jones for their remix of her song “ICU,” explaining that he was shocked when he reached out and she agreed to join. He also gave shine to “Everything,” giving renditions of single “Selfish,” “No Angels” and “Sanctified,” where featured artist Tobe Nwigwe joined him.

Justin Timberlake brought out coco jones tonight at his la show 😭 — steven j. horowitz (@speriod) March 14, 2024

But even Timberlake knew the NSYNC reunion carried far heavier weight. “I don’t know what to do after that but this,” he said as his bandmates left his side, sliding into his closing song, “Mirrors.” The energy was palpable, and Timberlake went out with a bang. Those hoping for another NSYNC reunion may have to keep their fingers crossed that lightning strikes a third time, as Timberlake gears up to head out on a global tour for his new album. But, for one night, he gave attendees everything they wanted.

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*NSYNC Reunite For the First Time in 10 Years at the MTV VMAs

Published on 9/13/2023 at 9:15 PM

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY - SEPTEMBER 12: (L-R) Joey Fatone, Lance Bass, Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez and Chris Kirkpatrick of NSYNC speak onstage the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards at Prudential Center on September 12, 2023 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Jeff Kr

*NSYNC are in the building. For the first time in 10 years, all five members of the band — Justin Timberlake, Joey Fatone, Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick, and JC Chasez — reunited at the MTV VMAs in Newark, NJ, on Sept. 12. Nearly 16 years since they officially disbanded in 2007, *NSYNC surprised fans by presenting the first award of the night: best pop, which was awarded to Taylor Swift for "Anti-Hero."

After being introduced by Nicki Minaj, the band walked out to the tune of "Bye Bye Bye." Fans greeted the pop superstars with an uproar of cheers and applause, which later increased when Swift took the stage to accept her award. "I'm not doing well pivoting from this to this," Swift said in her speech, referring to her win and the opportunity to meet the band.

As she accepted her award, Bass also stepped forward to gift Swift a set of friendship bracelets. "I had your dolls," she said. "Are you doing something? What's gonna happen now? They're gonna do something, and I need to know what it is." Swift added, "You guys are pop personified, so to receive this from your golden pop hands — it's too much. Thank you for the friendship bracelets."

Shortly before they stepped on stage, Timberlake shared a video of himself and his fellow *NSYNC members in the elevator gearing up for their presentation. "So five guys walk into an elevator . . . ," he captioned the Twitter video.

For those who have been following the beloved boy band since the late '90s and early 2000s, *NSYNC's reunion comes as a long-awaited surprise. Though it's been nearly two decades since their breakup, the fan base hasn't wavered, keeping up with each band member's solo projects musically and otherwise. Most notably, Timberlake has carved out a successful acting career for himself and raked in 10 Grammy Awards. Since their "Bye Bye Bye" days, the band members have also gotten married and started families.

From the release of their debut album, "'N Sync," in 1997 to "No Strings Attached" in 2000, *NSYNC have had an undeniable influence on pop culture and the modern zeitgeist. Ahead, we've provided a refresher on the boy band's history, rise to fame, and breakup and a few details on their rumored tour in 2024.

How Did *NYSNC Start?

*NSYNC were first founded in 1995 with the help of notorious fraudster and talent manager Lou Pearlman . The band's name was inspired by a comment Timberlake's mother made about how "in sync" all of the band members' voices were, per a 2001 interview on "Larry King Live." In December 1997, the group released their debut American single, "I Want You Back," which reached No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. *NSYNC continued to rise in popularity as they released singles like "Tearin' Up My Heart" and "Bye Bye Bye," as well as their first two studio albums, "N' Sync" and "Home For Christmas."

In 1999, *NSYNC entered a highly publicized legal battle with Pearlman, due to claims that the producer was dealing in illicit business practices, per USA Today . The band sued Pearlman for defrauding them of more than 50 percent of their earnings and threatened to leave his record company, Trans Continental. In response, Pearlman filed a $150 million suit to prevent the band from switching production companies and to stop them from performing under the name *NSYNC, per Rolling Stone . In December 1999, *NSYNC and Pearlman reached an undisclosed settlement out of court, allowing the band to continue releasing music under their new production company, Jive Records, according to MTV News .

Following the legal proceedings, *NSYNC released their third and fourth studio albums, "No Strings Attached" and "Celebrity," respectively.

Why Did *NYSNC Break Up?

In 2002, the band promoted their fourth studio album with the "Celebrity" Tour. After the tour, the group took a hiatus to allow the members to rest and to give Timberlake time to work on his first solo album. Though the hiatus was meant to be temporary, *NSYNC have not toured or recorded together since.

"It started as a fun snowball fight that was becoming an avalanche," Timberlake told The Hollywood Reporter of his decision to leave the band in 2017. "And, also, I was growing out of it. I felt like I cared more about the music than some of the other people in the group. And I felt like I had other music I wanted to make and that I needed to follow my heart."

Timberlake's fellow bandmates, however, were under the impression that the hiatus would be brief. It was only after the success of Timberlake's "Justified" album and subsequent tour that the other band members expressed their frustration over the lack of communication about the band's future.

"Me and the guys were never . . . on bad terms at all, it's just life goes on and you have more interests; you have to focus on your career and it's great," Bass said in a 2020 interview on "Inside of You With Michael Rosenbaum." "The thing I was most disappointed in was not just Justin leaving the band, it's that our whole team — our record label, our management, everything like that — they all knew. They all knew it was over for three years before they told me. And so for three years I'm sitting there getting ready for a new album as everyone else knows we're moving on." Bass went on to say that he turned down opportunities to act and expand his résumé under the impression that *NSYNC would be reuniting again soon.

In a 2019 interview on "The Jenny McCarthy Show," Fatone echoed Bass's sentiments. "I said, 'Listen, I'm all good with everybody doing their own sh*t," Fatone told McCarthy. "'I'm totally fine with it, just let us know next time.' Meaning: I could've done a lot more sh*t than sit around waiting for your dumb ass while you're going out on tour."

Following their unintentional breakup, the band made sporadic appearances together. Notable appearances include the 2003 Grammy Awards, where they performed a tribute medley to the Bee Gees; a one-off performance at the 2013 MTV VMAs; and a 2018 reunion to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2019, Fatone, Bass, Chasez, and Kirkpatrick also reunited to perform at Coachella with Ariana Grande.

What Are the Members of *NSYNC Doing Now?

*NSYNC last performed together at the 2013 MTV VMAs in celebration of Timberlake's Video Vanguard Award. Since the release of their last album, "Celebrity," in 2001, the band have also dropped three compilation albums; the most recent album, "The Essential *NSYNC," made its debut in 2014. Following their disbandment, the members have found success in multiple pursuits.

Timberlake, the most decorated of the group, has won 10 Grammy Awards since beginning his solo career. He has also won seven American Music Awards, nine Billboard Music Awards, and 11 MTV Video Music Awards. In addition to his musical successes, Timberlake, who is currently working on his sixth studio album, has made a name for himself in the acting world. Most notably, he's starred in films such as "The Social Network" (2010), "Bad Teacher" (2011), "Friends With Benefits" (2011), and "Reptile" (2023), Grant Singer's upcoming crime thriller . Timberlake and his wife, Jessica Biel, whom he married in 2012 , also share two sons, Silas and Phineas .

Meanwhile, Bass has carved out his own acting career with films like "Zoolander" (2001), "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" (2007), and "Tropic Thunder" (2008). He also had a six-month run in the Broadway musical "Hairspray" and finished third on "Dancing With the Stars" season seven in 2008. In 2006, the singer also came out as gay and later married his husband, actor Michael Turchin, in 2014. The couple welcomed twins Violet and Alexander via surrogate in 2021.

Fatone has also been busy appearing on Broadway in musicals like "Rent" and "Little Shop of Horrors" and in films including "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." In addition to his work on stage and screen, Fatone has taken on several hosting gigs for shows like "The Singing Bee" and "Celebrity Circus" and as an announcer for Steve Harvey on "Family Feud." Fatone also earned second place on season four of "Dancing With the Stars" in 2007, and he is father to daughters Briahna and Kloey, whom he shares with his ex-wife, Kelly Baldwin.

Since his *NSYNC days, Chasez has had a successful career as a producer and songwriter, writing songs for artists such as the Backstreet Boys. Chasez also judged seven seasons of MTV's "America's Best Dance Crew." Though he makes a point of keeping his personal life private, it seems the producer is in a relationship with Jennifer HuYoung.

Kirkpatrick has also been busy appearing on shows like the reality show "Mission Man Band" and the CMT reality show "Gone Country." Kirkpatrick and his longtime girlfriend, Karly Skladany, share one son named Nash.

Even with so much evidence pointing to a reunion, some fans still think the rumors are too good to be true. In a January 2021 interview with Radio Times , however, Timberlake said he would "never say never" to reuniting with his bandmates, leaving the door open for future collaborations.

Are *NSYNC Going on Tour?

Rumblings of a potential *NSYNC reunion tour have been circulating recently, prompting several fans to share their excitement on social media. "If NSYNC goes on a reunion tour, I will never shut up! NEVER!" one fan tweeted . Another fan on Twitter added, "So do we start making our Nsync friendship bracelets now or later?" The popularity of the band's 2000 hit "It's Gonna Be Me" and the subsequent memes have also inspired fans to manifest a May 2024 start date for the tour.

In August, posters featuring the band's logo began popping up in New York City to promote "Trolls Band Together," which is scheduled to make its debut on Nov. 17. A QR code on the posters linked to a website teasing what appears to be an upcoming *NSYNC song made specifically for the film. If the five trolls on the website are any indication, the song, titled "Take You to a Better Place," will mark the first time the entire band have recorded a song together since 2001.

Though these rumors remain unsubstantiated, the band's reunion at the MTV VMAs gives us hope that they have more exciting announcements up their sleeves.

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Boy band icons will unite for opening night NYS Fair concert

  • Updated: Apr. 26, 2024, 7:41 p.m. |
  • Published: Apr. 26, 2024, 1:39 p.m.

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Members of two of the biggest boys bands of all-time will come together for an opening night concert at the New York State Fair .

Longtime friends Joey Fatone of NSYNC and AJ McLean of The Backstreet Boys will play on the Suburban Park Stage at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 21. The show is free with admission to the NYS Fair.

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Pop sensation Justin Timberlake coming to SC for concert in June. Here's what to know.

NSYNC fans everywhere know it's gonna be May, but former lead singer Justin Timberlake will be making his South Carolina tour stop a month later.

It was announced April 22 that the pop singer would be coming to Columbia's Colonial Life Arena on Saturday, June 8, as part of his The Forget Tomorrow World Tour .

"The news follows a phenomenal response to the initial tour announcement, with multiple sell outs and incredible fan demand that garnered the addition of numerous second and third shows across the globe." said the news release.

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The tour will be Timberlake's first in five years in support of his new sixth studio album, Everything I Thought It Was .

About Justin Timberlake

Timberlake first broke into fame as one of the lead singers of the all-boy pop group NSYNC, selling 70 million records. Globally, the recording artist, recording producer, songwriter and actor has sold over 54 million albums and 63 million singles throughout the length of his career, according to the news release.

The pop sensation is known for his upbeat, catchy tunes like "Cry Me A River," "Rock Your Body," "Mirrors," and "Can't Stop the Feeling!" Across the dance, pop, and R&B genres, Timberlake has won a total of 10 Grammy Awards. In the music industry, his solo albums "Justified" "Future/Sex/LoveSounds," and "The 20/20 Experience" were all instant hits.

Globally, the singer has garnered over 23 billion audio and video streams. He has also won four Emmy Awards for his "Saturday Night Live" appearances. At the 2017 Academy Awards, his song "Can't Stop the Feeling!," from "Trolls" was nominated for Best Original Song.

What hit songs will play on the tour?

The tour's concert setlist will feature hit songs from Timberlake's career and new album:

∎ "Sanctified"

∎ "SexyBack"

∎ "LoveStoned"

∎ "Like I Love You"

∎ "My Love"

∎ "Señorita"

∎ "Summer Love"

∎ "Rock Your Body"

∎ "Suit & Tie"

∎ "Holy Grail" (JAY-Z song)

∎ "Cry Me a River"

∎ "Ayo Technology" (50 Cent song)

∎ "Carry Out" (Timbaland song)

∎ "FutureSex/LoveSound"

∎ "Give It to Me" (Timbaland song)

∎ "Signs" (Snoop Dogg song)

∎ "Brand New" (Pharrell Williams song)

∎ "Gone" (NSYNC song)

∎ "Girlfriend" (NSYNC song)

∎ "My Favorite Drug"

∎ "Selfish"

∎ "My Cherie Amour" (Stevie Wonder cover)

∎ "What Goes Around… Comes Around"


∎ "Mirrors"

What to know about tickets

Tickets for the newly added Columbia show will be starting with Citi and Verizon pre-sales at 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 23, through Thursday, April 25. The general on-sale begins this Friday, April 26, at 10 a.m. at . and .

Tickets are available online only on Friday, April 26, which is the first day of the general public on sale. Any remaining tickets for any event following the first day of general public ticket sales will be available for purchase online at and at the Prisma Health Box Office on the next ticket Tuesday, said the press release.

∎ Citi Presale: Citi is the official card of the "Forget Tomorrow World Tour." Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets for the Columbia, S.C., show beginning on Tuesday, April 23 at 10 a.m. until Thursday, April 25 at 5 p.m. through the Citi Entertainment program. For complete presale details visit . 

∎ Verizon Presale: Verizon will offer customers presale access for Timberlake's "Forget Tomorrow World Tour" for applicable U.S dates through Verizon Up. Customers will have access to purchase presale tickets for the Columbia show beginning on Tuesday, April 23 at 10 a.m. to Thursday, April 25 at 5 p.m. For more details visit Verizon Up .

The tour will also offer a variety of VIP packages and experiences for fans to take their concert experience to the next level, said the press release. Packages vary but include tickets in the exclusive VIP Stage Bar section with in-seat service throughout the night, specially designed VIP gift item, early entrance into the venue & more. For additional information, visit .

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Justin Timberlake will perform in Seattle May 2 and 3, tickets still available for his arena tour

  • Updated: Apr. 25, 2024, 3:09 p.m. |
  • Published: Apr. 25, 2024, 3:08 p.m.
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Pop sensation Justin Timberlake is coming to Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena on Thursday and Friday, May 2 and 3 at 7:30 p.m. as part of The Forget Tomorrow World Tour. Tickets are still has tickets available at a variety of price points starting at around only $25 each , an insanely low cost for ticket prices these days. But don’t delay, seats for this show are going fast. For a look at what you may see, check out the video provided below.

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Justin Timberlake is an American singer, songwriter, and actor commonly referred to as the “Prince of Pop”. He rose to fame with his ‘90s era boyband, N*SYNC, with whom he still does shows and appearances. Timberlake is known for his songwriting, showmanship, music production, and acting. On May 2 and 3, he will be in Seattle as part of his international tour .

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