Ladies of the 1990s, hold onto your panties.
Justin Timberlake and the pop boy band that helped launch his musical career, NSYNC, will be reuniting for a special performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards this Sunday, according to various reports.
All five members of the band – Timberlake, J.C. Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick – will reportedly come together at the Barclay’s Center this weekend for their first performance as a group in over a decade.
Timberlake is the only member that has seen a great amount of success since the group disbanded in 2002, and he will be a heavy focus of the VMAs on Sunday. In addition to his performance, Timberlake is nominated for six awards (tied with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis for the most of any artist) and will also receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, for his “pioneering and innovative impact” on music videos.
At this point nothing is confirmed, but it would make a lot of sense for an NSYNC reunion on a national stage, especially considering Timberlake has arguably never been more successful or influential in the music industry than he is right now. It certainly won’t hurt the show’s buzz or ratings either, that’s for sure.
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