*NSYNC: 30th Anniversary Celebration: We Want You Back!

Author Selena Fragassi (Epic Ink/Quarto) is set to release *NSYNC: 30th Anniversary Celebration.

Celebrate the history and memories of NSYNC with the ultimate tribute book—filled with amazing tour photography, band-member profiles, fan memories, and more.

With over 70 million records sold, NSYNC is one of the best-selling boy bands of all time—and arguably the most famous. Following their successful self-titled debut album in 1997, led by the single “I Want You Back,” NSYNC’s second album, No Strings Attached, became one of the fastest-selling albums in history, with over 1 million copies sold in just one day. The boy band completed five nationwide concert tours before going on hiatus in 2002. To the glee of NSYNC fans around the world, NSYNC reunited in 2023—after almost two decades apart—to release the single “Better Place.”

Now you can have the band back with this fully illustrated, definitive retrospective. Expertly curated by a fan, for the fans, this collection is overflowing with the band’s history, greatest moments in performance, and the evolution of each member. This is the ultimate NSYNC fan experience.

This memory-filled collection features:

  • Fun facts, like how the band got its name and how each member joined the group
  • Explorations of each of NYSNC’s albums and best-loved songs
  • Fan memorabilia and merchandise
  • Information on their global tours
  • and more!

Bring the band back to life with the NSYNC 30th Anniversary Celebration!

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Billboard: Justin Timberlake Gets in the Studio With His ‘Brothers’ *NSYNC for ‘Paradise’ Recording

Justin Timberlake is feeling nostalgic with *NSYNC.

Following the release of his sixth studio album, Everything I Thought It Was, on Friday (March 15), the star took to Instagram to share a behind-the-scenes clip of the making of “Paradise,” his collaboration with former boy band *NSYNC. In the video, the five-piece group are seen recording vocals on the unifying track, where the band comes together on the chorus to sing, “Everything is happening/ And it’s just what I imagined/ I imagine it would feel like paradise.”

“In the studio with my brothers. Thank you all for the PARADISE love,” he captioned the post. Watch the clip here.

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Billboard Podcasts: *NSYNC Reunion Is ‘Paradise’ for Hopeful Fans — But Will It Lead to Anything Else?

*NSYNC fans got what they’d been begging for last week, when the blockbuster boy band reunited at Justin Timberlake‘s one-night-only show at The Wiltern in Los Angeles to play snippets of four of their hits and perform their new song “Paradise” for the very first time. So now that we’ve seen the quintet back together — following their 2002 hiatus and their last performance at the 2013 MTV VMAs — what’s next?

On the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, Katie & Keith are talking all about the pleasant surprise of the reunion and what it could possibly lead to, from the band getting back together on Timberlake’s upcoming tour, to more new music, to their own stadium trek. (We can dream!) Plus, Katie was inside The Wiltern when it all went down, and she takes you inside the intimate venue for the history-making concert.

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Billboard: 8 Trendy Pieces of *NSYNC Merch That Are Essential for Every Fan’s Collection

Justin Timberlake is making an unforgettable comeback after reuniting with his *NSYNC bandmates for a one-night only concert in Los Angeles for his new album Everything I Thought It Was. The new set, which dropped on Friday (March 15), is not only his sixth studio album, but the first the “Selfish” singer has put out in six years following Man of the Woods — and already has fans clamoring to get tickets to the Forget Tomorrow world tour.

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Forbes: Is NSYNC Headed For Another Hit On The Billboard Charts?

On Friday (March 15), Justin Timberlake finally released his long-awaited new album Everything I Thought It Was. The pop set features a number of collaborations, and one was immediately singled out as the biggest of the bunch–and a likely next hit for the singer and the band that made him a star.

Everything I Thought It Was includes a duet with NSYNC, the boy band that helped propel Timberlake to household name status. The singer and his groupmates–who are credited as featured artists on the tune, even though Timberlake is still technically a member–teamed up for the tune “Paradise,” which appears later on the full-length.

Just hours after Timberlake’s new album arrived, “Paradise” has become a sales hit, on iTunes, at least. The song is up to No. 4 on the platform’s ranking of the bestselling tracks in the U.S. (as of publishing). The tune is on the rise, as just a few hours before, it sat just outside the top 10 on the tally.

“Paradise” is far and away the most successful song from Everything I Thought It Was on iTunes in the hours following the album’s release. At the time of writing, the lead single from the full-length, “Selfish,” is the only other top 40-seller on the platform from Timberlake. That track sits at No. 25.

Just one other cut from Everything I Thought It Was, “Drown,” is present inside the top 100 on iTunes. That tune was dropped before the album appeared in full as a promotional single. It became a middling sales hit, peaking at No. 11 on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales chart last week. This frame, it’s disappeared from that tally.

If “Paradise” can continue to sell well throughout the coming week, and rack up a healthy streaming sum as well, Timberlake and NSYNC may be headed for another hit on the Billboard charts. The singer reunited the boy band in 2023 for the single “Better Place” from the latest Trolls film, and it was a success for all involved. The track brought the group back to the Hot 100 for the first time in decades, and it rose as high as No. 25.


Billboard: ‘Ladies & Gentlemen, We Are *NSYNC’: Inside Justin Timberlake’s Historic One-Night-Only LA Concert

It finally happened.

Following all the rumors and cryptic memes last fall that led to an MTV VMAs appearance and a red-carpet group photo thanks to *NSYNC’s new song for the Trolls Band Together soundtrack, fans were left desperate for a live performance from the boy band. After all, it was a band that made its name with performative music videos, blockbuster stadium tours and iconic choreography, so when fans think “*NSYNC,” they think performance. Fans were clamoring for a full tour, sure, but they really would have settled for the band singing live together just one more time.

Well, on Wednesday night (March 13), we got that one more time. More than a decade after they last performed together at the 2013 Video Music Awards as part of Justin Timberlake’s VMA Vanguard Award medley, they once again hit JT’s stage, this time for a one-night-only concert at The Wiltern in Los Angeles ahead of the Friday (March 15) release of his sixth solo album, Everything I Thought It Was.

It all started with a trip down memory lane, when DJ Andrew Hypes played a series of hit Timberlake features, including Timbaland’s “Give It to Me,” Jay-Z’s “Holy Grail” and 50 Cent’s “Ayo Technology.” Justin had included this segment in his other two pre-release shows as well, at his hometown concert at Memphis’ Orpheum Theatre on Jan. 19 and his show at New York’s Irving Plaza on Jan. 31. Hypes had also played a handful of *NSYNC songs at those concerts, but on Wednesday night, when he dropped the first *NSYNC song — “Gone” from 2000’s Celebrity — the curtains opened behind Timberlake to reveal his four bandmates singing harmony on the chorus.

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ET: Justin Timberlake Delivers Surprise *NSYNC Reunion, Performs New Song ‘Paradise’ and ‘Bye Bye Bye’

*NSYNC is back, back, back. The boy band reunited for a surprise set during Justin Timberlake‘s show on Wednesday night in Los Angeles, California.

During his One Night Only stop at The Wiltern, JT delighted the audience by bringing out his former bandmates Joey FatoneJC ChasezLance Bass and Chris Kirkpatrick to perform the group’s new song, “Paradise,” which is featured on Timberlake’s forthcoming album, Everything I Thought It Was.

The group also delivered live renditions of their 2000 hits, “Bye Bye Bye” and “It’s Gonna Be Me.” 

Among those in the crowd were Chrissy Teigen and John Legend and, Travis Kelce sans Taylor Swift

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