It looks like Justin Timberlake had an absolute ball last night.
The singer reunited with his former N'Sync band mates for JC Chasez's birthday, and if the pictures are anything to go by, they had a great time all being back together again.
Justin took to Instagram to share a picture of him and the boys, writing: "JC's 40th… And, if you don't know now you know…"
A very cryptic message, but they all look happy nonetheless.
Could this be the start of a proper reunion? We'll have to wait to find out.
Look, maybe we're biased, but no one can do justice to a Backstreet Boys track unless they're an actual Backstreet Boy, so our hopes weren't exactly high when we heard Lance Bass and Joey Fatone had recently taken to the stage to perform I Want It That Way during a karaoke session.
And we were right to be nervous.
Murdering the track which managed to make airport runways alluring and white pants sexy, the two *NSYNC lads looked and sounded like two of our less popular uncles at a family wedding.
Unsurprisingly, YouTubers wasted no time slamming the hairy performance, with one writing: "Probably the two worst singers in NSYNC. Bad, just bad."
Flagging an issue which we're sure NSYNC management hoped would never get too much air-time, another YouTuber wrote: "This was the only time anyone ever heard the two of them sing!"
There may have been a reason for that…
If you (like us) were major fans of 90s boybands, then your teen dreamz are about to come true.
Boybands from the best decade ever are coming together to make a ZOMBIE movie.
Yep, you read that right. Members of The Backstreet Boys, NSYNC*, O-Town and 98 degrees have all signed on for the flick. Just think The Walking Dead mixed with heart throbs wearing matching outfits.
The movie is called Dead 7 and it's a Syfy made-for-TV flick. It will star Nick Carter, A.J. McLean, and Howie Dorough of the Backstreet Boys, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick of NSYNC*, and Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees and O-Town.
But wait a minute, we've copped on to something. The movie is set to debut on Syfy on April 1st. Is this just a massive April Fools Day prank?
We hope not, but sure only time will tell. It looks deadly, though.
If you never thought you would see your favourite 90s boyband members reunite to battle zombies in a post-apocalyptic Wild West, then today is your lucky day friends.
Yep, our favourite movers and shakers from our teenage years have regrouped to bring us a zombie Western in the form of Dead 7 and you'll be able to revel in its madness as soon as April.
Nick Carter, the brainchild behind the project, conceived the idea for a film which found backing from the Asylum, a US movie production company best known for it's gas Sharknado films.
Not only do we get Nick Carter as the gun-slinging hero of the film, but a whole host of your 90s pin-up heartthrobs are also getting in on the action.
A.J and Howie from Backstreet Boys are involved as well as Chris and Joey from NSYNC (but no Justin Timberlake? Devo).
Also joining the boyband ranks are Dan, Jacob, Trevor and Erik-Michael from O-Town as well as Jeff Timmons from 98 Degrees.
Airing on Syfy channel on April 1, get ready for a nostalgic night in.
Watch the mad trailer below:
It’s an exciting time for ‘NSYNC’s Lance Bass who is now officially a married man!
The former boyband member and TV presenter married Michael Turchin at the Park Plaza Hotel in L.A. yesterday it was confirmed.
The lavish event was planned by Sharon Sacks, the same wedding planner used by Kimye for their Florence wedding back in May. The 300 guests at the wedding were asked to dress as if they were attending “a royal wedding but at the Met Ball.”
Wow, we’re glad we didn’t have to deal with the pressure of getting our wardrobe right for those specific requirements!
While Lance’s bandmate Justin Timberlake didn’t make the big day, Joey Fatone, JC Chasez and Chris Kirkpatrick were all in attendance to see their friend walk up the aisle.
Unusually, the wedding was officiated by two actresses, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who played Meadow in The Sopranos, and JoAnna Garcia Swisher who plays the role of Ariel in Once Upon A Time. Talk about keeping it in the Hollywood family!
The wedding will be shown on E! as part of a special called Lance loves Michael: The Lance Bass Wedding.
N’Sync member, Joey Fatone, has some choice words for The Backstreet Boys!
The former member of N’Sync was speaking to Huffington Post when he spoke about The Backstreet Boys recent reunion saying: “I feel like they just need the money … No offense guys.”
But will N’Sync be reuniting like their ’90s counterparts?
No. The singer said: “Absolutely, 100% no … at this time.”
So, does that mean maybe then?
Somehow we doubt the lads from N’Sync will be invited on tour with The Backstreet Boys now!
Nice one, Joey.