In an exciting turn of events, the iconic boy band, NSYNC, is set to make a special appearance at the Video Music Awards (VMAs). While fans were hopeful for a much-anticipated reunion performance, sources have confirmed that the group will be presenting and not performing.
NSYNC will be reuniting for a special appearance at the VMAs, but they will not be performing.
Recent Sightings Fuel Speculation
Rumors of a reunion started circulating after sightings of NSYNC members in New York City. Justin Timberlake, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass were all photographed in the city in the past 48 hours. Justin Timberlake attended the US Open, Joey Fatone was seen wandering the streets, posing with fans, and Lance Bass enjoyed a night out in Manhattan.
Furthermore, JC Chasez was spotted boarding a private jet, as seen through photos his manager shared on social media. While it’s unclear where exactly he was headed, fans can’t help but wonder if it’s connected to the upcoming VMAs.
Chris Kirkpatrick is the only member who has yet to be seen in public, but he recently posted a tribute to 9/11 and even managed to secure a NYFD firetruck. Whether he was onboard himself remains uncertain.
NSYNC’s Appearance at the VMAs
Sources close to the band have confirmed that NSYNC will be making an appearance during the VMAs show at the Prudential Center in New Jersey. Although it’s uncertain whether they will also be performing, fans are excited to see them back together on stage once again.
It’s been a long time since NSYNC last performed together, with their last appearance being at the VMAs in 2013. As the reunion coincides with the 10-year anniversary of that event, it adds an extra touch of nostalgia and excitement.
The group hasn’t released any new music since the early 2000s, so a reunion would undoubtedly be a treat for their loyal fans who have been yearning for this moment for years.
With only a few hours left until the VMAs, the anticipation is building. Everyone is eager to see if NSYNC will bring back their electrifying performances and captivating harmonies. The industry has changed significantly since their last major stage appearance, but we can only hope that they still have plenty of magic up their sleeves.
Original Article – Published: 7:11 AM PT