What better way to welcome May day, then to reunite one of the biggest boy bands in music history? Justin Timberlake and NSYNC are back – again!

In conjunction with their Hollywood Walk of Fame star, the former boy banders got together for a special surprise on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”. It was a real treat when Timberlake brought his bandmates – Lance Bass, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick – up on stage.

Source: Just Jared

It felt like the 90s all over again when we got to witness another rare NSYNC reunion. During the interview session, the group reminisced about their good old days when they were at the peak of their fame. The singers even poked fun at their own previous fashion choices (“This makes me highly uncomfortable,” quipped JT).


The last time NSYNC reunited for a public appearance, it was 5 years ago when Timberlake received his Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award in August 2013. “I was scared shitless,” Fatone recalled. He and Kirkpatrick assumed they were just going to sing during the award show. They were sadly mistaken.

Justin Timberlake NSYNC
Source: Warner Bros.

Prior to that, Timberlake a refreshingly relatable anecdote when he was talking about fatherhood. His 3-year-old son, Silas, crawled into bed with him and wife Jessica Biel on the morning of the interview. The little guy intended to his dad a hug and something else happened instead.

He’s a big boy now, which he will be happy to tell you. We’re getting really well down the line with the pee-peeing on the potty thing, but at nighttime, we give him a diaper,” the 37-year-old singer told DeGeneres. He continued, “I feel the hand and he comes in and he hugs me, and right on my back I’m like, ‘That’s really wet’.”

Watch the interview below:

Source: US Weekly.

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