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Watch ‘NSYNC Reunite at Justin Timberlake’s Los Angeles Concert

The show marked the boy band's first live performance since 2013

By Emily Zemler

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The band is officially back together. ‘NSYNC reunited to debut their new song ‘Paradise’ at Justin Timberlake‘s show in Los Angeles last night. The former boy band also performed two of their ’90s hits, ‘Bye Bye Bye’ and ‘It’s Gonna Be Me’.

The group — Chris KirkpatrickLance BassJoey Fatone, Timberlake, and J.C. Chasez — previously reunited at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards to present the first award of the night, Best Pop, to Taylor Swift. It was the first time they had all appeared together publicly since they earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2018. The band hasn’t performed live together since 2013 when Timberlake received the Video Vanguard Award at the MTV Video Music Awards.

“Paradise” appears on Timberlake’s new LP, Everything I Thought It Was, out March 15 via RCA. The track marks the band’s second single that they’ve teamed up on recently, following “Better Place” from 2023’s Trolls Band Together soundtrack — their first in more than two decades.

Everything I Thought It Was is Timberlake’s sixth full-length and his first since 2018’s Man of the Woods. The singer has shared several singles, including “Selfish” and “Drown.” Beyond the ‘NSYNC collab, the 18-track set includes “Liar” featuring Fireboy DML and Tobe Nwigwe on “Sanctified.”

Timberlake’s Forget Tomorrow World Tour will kick off April 29 in Vancouver, Canada.

From Rolling Stone.