Appearances Update!

Hi *NSYNC fan friends! It’s been a busy few months but I have spent the last hour or so updating the appearances page.

Not only did the announcement of Pop2000 Dates come as well as Joey & AJ Presents A Legendary Night, we also have the announcement of Justin Timberlake’s solo Forget Tomorrow tour.

Be sure to check out our appearances page and see where you can find 3/5 of *NSYNC on the road now through July! (Phew!)

Tiger Woods, Justin Timberlake set to open golf-infused New York City sports bar

The golf life of a New Yorker isn’t always glamorous.

Tee times are hard to come by and difficult to reach. Practice opportunities are few, and interest from your non-sicko friends is limited. The places that are worth the journey — schlepping your clubs out of your closet, down three flights of stairs and through crowded streets — are often only seen alone.

But the Big Apple golf scene is about to get a jolt, thanks in part to the most electric player the game has ever known — Tiger Woods — and the sport’s new celebrity patron saint, Justin Timberlake. 

On Monday morning, Woods and Timberlake announced the creation of a sports bar and indoor golf experience in the heart of Manhattan, just a few wedge shots from Grand Central Station. It’s called T-Squared Social Club — a nod to Tiger’s first name, and Timberlake’s last — and it is unlike any other hangout in the city. (Click here for a full photo tour.)

It’s hard to know where to begin with T-Squared, but perhaps a good place to start is the floor. Shoebox-living New Yorkers will be awed by the bar’s cavernous, 22,000-square-foot footprint, which spans an entire city block between E. 42nd St. and 43rd St. (In a feat beyond the comprehension of most New York City eaters, the bar is large enough to have entrances on both streets.)

T-Squared, formerly an Emigrant Savings Bank branch, is prime Midtown, but a tourist trap it is not. The space is befitting both Woods and Timberlake’s investment in the sport, which has expanded tremendously in recent years. Timberlake, a golf nut, worked closely with his strategic partners at 8AM Golf (also the holding company behind to conceptualize and execute the vision behind T-Squared. The new space joins 3’s Golf as one of JT’s recent investments into the exploding golf entertainment space. Woods, meanwhile, leaned on his partners with the hospitality management company the Nexus Club to help modernize the space, which features an open concept, 24-foot ceilings and four separate dining areas. 

-Squared sports fans will be enticed by the space’s suite of gaming goodies, which include four multi-sport Full Swing golf simulators and state-of-the-art hitting bays, a duckpin bowling alley, and dart boards. T-Squared immediately becomes one of the city’s only indoor golf entertainment offerings, not to mention one of its glitziest. As Woods said in a release, “Justin and I thought it would be cool to create a place that combines our favorite things.”

Speaking of sports, it’d be a good idea to keep your fall weekend schedule clear. Commandeering the wall in T-Squared’s main dining room is New York City’s largest indoor television — a 200-inch behemoth that can be split into four separate telecasts or, in the case of a really big game, tweaked to beam in one movie theater-sized broadcast. It’s hard to have a bad view of the mega-screen from anywhere in the dining room — I tried — but T-Squared installed 35 other flatscreen TVs just in case of any issues.


PEOPLE: Timbaland, Justin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado Drop First New Song in 16 Years — Listen to ‘Keep Going Up’

TimbalandJustin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado are back!

16 years since their hit 2007 collaboration “Give It to Me”, the trio released a new single on Friday, an upbeat tune titled “Keep Going Up,”

“It’s here ⬆️🆙💕 ‘Keep Going Up’! Now available everywhere @timbaland @justintimberlake,” Furtado, 44, wrote on Instagram as she shared a snippet of the song, while Timbaland’s, 51, Instagram announcement read: “Let me be your DJ Labor Day Weekend🔥🚀 🔊 SONG OUT NOW 🎶 we finally here!”

The song captures the high of celebratory positive energy one feels when finding happiness after a personal struggle. “My new life’s much better than the old one,” Furtado sings on the track. “Now I’m laughing, remember I was broken.”

“I keep goin’, I keep goin’, I keep goin’ up,” Timberlake, 42, and Furtado harmonize on the catchy chorus.

There’s also a reference to Furtado and Timbaland’s hit “Promiscuous” on the new tune. Making a nod to his “How you doing, young lady? That feeling that you giving really drives me crazy,” opening lyric from the 2006 track, Timbaland opens “Keep Going Up” by asking, “How you been young lady? Does the feeling still drive you crazy?”

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Timbaland, Justin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado performs at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards at the Palms Casino Resort on September 9, 2007
Timbaland, Justin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado performing at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards. 


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Alongside the song, the trio also released a visualizer music video of the track on Friday compiled of footage of Timbaland, Timberlake and Furtado in the recording studio.

The behind-the-scenes clip captured each artist behind the mic, with Furtado sporting a dark jean jacket, white cropped top and a gold chain. Timbaland and Timberlake both rocked T-shirts and caps.

While all are together on the song, the three weren’t in the same room to make it. Furtado laid down her vocals remotely, while her male collaborators were together in another space across the globe.

Justin Timberlake Timbaland Nelly Furtado drop new single Keep going up
Nelly Furtado in “Keep going up” visualizer. 


That didn’t mean the three didn’t see one another. The visualizer ended with Timbaland FaceTiming Furtado and surprising her by turning the phone to Timberlake. 

“Oh my god! Woah, what’s going on?,” Furtado gasped, to which Timberlake responds, “What up, killa?”

“What! No way. How are you? This is crazy,” Furtado said at the video’s end.

Justin Timberlake Timbaland Nelly Furtado drop new single Keep going up
Justin Timberlake and Timbaland. 


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In August, Timbaland revealed “Keep Going Up” would be released on Sept. 1

Timbaland has previously produced for Furtado, such as her 2006 song “Say It Right”. He’s also produced many of Timberlake’s singles such as his 2002 “Cry My A River” and his 2006 track “My Love,” He also worked with the former *NSYNC member on his 2018 album, Man of the Woods, and his upcoming album.


Timbaland & Justin Timberlake Team Up With ESPN for Season-Long Monday Night Football Collaboration

Football season is back, and ESPN is taking Monday Night Football up a notch with a star-studded musical collaboration.

The network revealed on Monday (Aug. 28) that it’s teaming up with Timbaland and Justin Timberlake throughout the 2023-24 NFL season to curate music for select Monday Night Football games. The curated music from the superstar duo will run in Monday Night Football promotional spots, live telecasts and pre-game shows for seven weeks this season, starting with week one’s Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets game. Beatclub, a music creator platform founded by Timbaland, will have its users and A&R team supporting the duo in the music creation for the season.

“Football and music go hand-in-hand, like the iconic Timbaland and Justin Timberlake duo, who collaborate on music to near perfection,” said ESPN Senior Director of Sports Marketing, Curtis Friends, in a press statement. “ESPN’s Monday Night Football music curatorship is popular with fans given the access this partnership provides to new and unexpected combinations of music with sport. We’ve had Diplo, DJ Khaled, Drake, and Marshmello and this fifth season, for the first time, we have two curators in Timbaland/JT we know will energize all us fans for this NFL football season.”


Justin Timberlake Reunites With *NSYNC Bandmate In The Studio

By Rebekah Gonzalez

August 10, 2023

Photo: Getty Images

Justin Timberlake gave a birthday shout-out to one of his former *NSYNC bandmates and it also came with an exciting reveal. Earlier this week, on August 8th, JC Chasez celebrated his 47th birthday. “And happy birthday to my brother @jcchasezofficial,” Timberlake wrote on his Instagram story.

The upload also included a short video showing JT and JC vibing together in the studio. The former boy band stars nod their heads while listening to something before sharing a fist bump. Timberlake added an eyes emoji at the bottom of his post, clearly teasing that the two have something in the works.

Photo: Instagram/@JustinTimberlake

Fans have been holding out for an *NSYNC reunion for years. In 2022, the reunion rumors were reignited after recent birthday boy JC joined TikTok and tagged his former bandmates Timberlake, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Lance Bass in one of his first posts. The post followed three of the five members having a mini-reunion at a wedding and giving guests an impromptu performance of their biggest hits “Bye Bye Bye,” complete with the iconic choreography.

Earlier this year, Bass opened up about the possibility of a full reunion. “I think it just has to be the right time; we all have to be inspired in the moment,” he said. “But I do think the world needs something again from *NSYNC. I always feel bad that there was no ending, because we didn’t have a final show, we didn’t have a final tour, because we didn’t know it was the final days.” The singer added, “we owe it to the fans to give them something at some point.”