Because it's gonna be May... get it?
Justin Timberlake and the rest of Nsync have received their first award in sixteen years by being honored with a star on the Hollyood Walk of Fame. It's the 2,636th star in fact, and came at the most appropriate moment as fans everywhere screamed 'It's Gonna Be May'.
The 90s boyband reunited for a truly star-studded ceremony yesterday (April 30th 2018), with Justin Timberlake joining bandmates Lance Bass, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick fresh of the back of his weekend shows at the Forum in Inglewood. NSYNC join the likes of other Boulevard Stars - Backstreet Boys, Boyz II Men, New Kids on the Block and New Edition - but the thing about this ceremony is the absolute perfect timing.
Nsync at the Walk of Fame ceremony where they are honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. The nineties boyband landed the 2,636th star on the Hollywood Boulevard, sixteen years after they split - Hollywood, California, United States - Monday 30th April 2018
Justin Timberlake has admitted he has accepted being known as a pop artist, but it motivated him to make music that just feels right to him
Justin Timberlake admitted he was inspired to be open with his music after realising he may not shake his 'pop star' label.
The 'SexyBack' singer was initially a little disappointed when reviews for his 2002 debut solo album 'Justified' kept him in the more mainstream genre despite his efforts in pushing for a more R&B-influenced sound after his time with boy band Nsync.
Speaking with Zane Lowe on 'Beats 1', he said: ''I was like, 'Wow I really made an R&B album.' I really wanted to make an R&B album.
Continue reading: Justin Timberlake Accepts Pop Label
Pearlman was sentenced to 25 years in prison in 2008 for conspiracy, money laundering, and making false statements during a bankruptcy proceeding.
Lou Pearlman, the music producer and manager who founded boybands including the Backstreet Boys and Nsync has died in prison aged 62. Pearlman had been serving a 25 year prison sentence, after being convicted of conspiracy, money laundering, and making false statements during a bankruptcy proceeding in 2008.
According to People, Pearlman died in prison on Friday from an undisclosed illness. Based in Orlando, Florida, Pearlman became one of the most successful music producers of the 1990s, thanks to bands the Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, LFO and O-Town.
A 90s kid's dream Valentine's - the guys of N Sync and The Backstreet Boys, all in one show.
Guys. N Sync reunion. It happened. As with most classic pop culture moments, it happened during an episode of SNL. And the Backstreet Boys were there too. It wasn’t a coincidence either, as Valentine’s Day marked SNL’s 40th anniversary episode, so they had to make it a bit more special.
Who even needs a Valentine, when you've got the full line-up of N Sync together again.
The N Sync guys tweeted about their appearance earlier in the day, from their official account: "'Together again...Gee, it's good to be together again' #SNL40.”
Continue reading: N Sync And The Backstreet Boys Made All Our 90s Dreams Come True On SNL
NSYNC will be reuniting on Sunday (15th February) for a special appearance on Saturday Night Live's 40th Anniversary show.
Nsync have announced they will be reuniting - but only for a one off appearance! The group, which was hugely successful in the 90s and early 00s, will be making a special guest appearance on Saturday Night Live's 40th Anniversary show. The show will be aired on Sunday (15th February).