Are *NSYNC Making A Comeback?

*NSYNC superfans unite!


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After years of anticipation, *NSYNC are back, back again.

The iconic boy band announced their long awaited reunion at the MTV VMAs earlier this week.

They revealed they will be returning with a single called Better Place, which will be included in frontman Justin Timberlake’s brand new movie, Trolls Band Together.

The song announcement came alongside a trailer for the new movie which is set for cinema release on November 17th. The trailer has generated excitement with kids as well as adults due to the iconic one time only comeback of the ‘It’ band of the late 90s and early 2000s.


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The band’s brand new song will give us the same vibes as previous tunes from JT that appeared in previous Trolls movies like Can’t Stop The Feeling! and The Other Side. You can pre-save Better Place now, ahead of its official release on September 29th.

This will be the boy bands first musical release in over 20 years since the Neptunes remix of ‘Girlfriend’, featuring Nelly, hit the charts back in 2002.

The announcement of new music comes after the iconic band reunited at the VMAs to present Taylor Swift with the award for Best Pop – yes, they even presented her with a friendship bracelet; if you know, you know!


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Their last performance at the VMAs was in 2013 during Justin Timberlake’s Video Vanguard Award medley.

Rumours of the band getting back together came after posters for the new Trolls movie, Trolls Band Together, appeared in New York.

A QR code was featured on the poster along with the first letter of the *NSYNC logo. Many saw similarities between the band’s reality and the plot of the new movie.

Trolls Band Together sees JT’s character Branch reunite with his brothers to revive their childhood boy band, BroZone. The four brothers will be voiced by Troye Sivan, Eric André, David Diggs and Kid Cudi.

Will the release of a new catchy pop tune catapult them to the success they felt back in the ’90s and early 2000s?

We guess we will just have to wait and see!