*NSYNC Recreate Old Photo in Celebration of Their Reunion

Ever since *NSYNC announced their official reunion, they have been feeding fans with content. Their latest comes in the form of a throwback TikTok trend.

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In 2020, Simple Plan’s “I’m Just a Kid” had a resurgence from people using it to recreate their childhood photos. The boyband used the same trend in a recent post made by Lance Bass. The video sees the fivesome–Justin Timberlake, Chris Kirkpatrick, JC Chasez, Bass, and Joey Fatone–walk into the room in their modern duds before fading to an older photo of the group in their heyday.

“Who had us pose like that,” Bass wrote in the caption, commenting on the fun poses each of the members is hitting in the photo. Check out the video, below.

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*NSYNC announced their comeback at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards. The group presented an award to Taylor Swift together, exciting fans for their future as a group.

Soon after, Timberlake revealed he tapped his bandmates for a song set to be featured in the impending Trolls Band Together.

“If we do this song, it’s a love letter to our fans,” Timberlake said in an Instagram post about the song, “Better Place.” “I would be honored to have the group on this song.

“So many stars aligned,” he continued. “That’s why I hit you. I was like, hey, something came up.”

A snippet of the impending release showcases the group’s classic harmonies. I don’t mind if the world spins faster, faster, faster / Just let me take you to a better place / I’m gonna make you kiss the sky tonight / Now if you let me show the way / I’m so excited to see you excited, they sing in tandem.

“Better Place” is set to arrive on September 29. Timberlake has written several songs for the Trolls franchise, including “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” and “The Other Side.”

“Better Place” will be the group’s first release since 2014. That year, *NSYNC shared a compilation album, The Essential *NSYNC.

Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images for MTV

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