Lance Bass Reveals That He Has Weekly Zoom Calls With All Four of His *NSYNC Bandmates

by Jeremy Spirogis

The first three months of 2020 could have marked the more serious begin to the yr ever, however Lance Bass simply made issues just a little higher by sharing some much-needed excellent news.

During a current video interview, The Daily Popcast with Lance Bass host shared that he and his *NSYNC bandmates are nonetheless shut buddies today and even dished on the place one member stands on a attainable reunion.

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The band has grown nearer in current months

It’s been 18 years since *NSYNC determined to interrupt up on the top of their profession, shattering followers’ hearts and leaving many questioning whether or not or not the group would ever get again collectively.

While it appeared just like the singers haven’t been taken with being a band once more, they’ve remained good buddies through the years and are nonetheless shut buddies to today.

During a current episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Bass revealed that he and his bandmates have grown quite a bit nearer lately, because of their particular person appearances on his podcast, The Daily Popcast with Lance Bass.

“The interviews really kind of even bonded us even more, especially during this quarantine,” the singer stated.

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Bass went on to disclose that the previous boy band has gotten so shut that they take pleasure in weekly video calls with one another amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“Your relationships, they get tighter, so now we have happy hours every week together on Zoom, which is fun,” he added

Though Justin Timberlake has opted out of getting collectively along with his bandmates previously, Bass confirmed that the “Cry Me A River” singer does take part on the digital completely happy hours together with Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, and JC Chasez.

“You did that, Lance Bass!” Cohen excitedly quipped.

“Bringing people together Andy, bringing people together,” Bass responded.

Will the band ever get again collectively?

When *NSYNC shaped in 1995, it wasn’t lengthy earlier than they turned arguably one of many biggest boy bands of all time.

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During their profession, the band launched a number of chart-topping hits and had an enormous world fan base. With their music profession on an upward climb, many had been left shocked when the group took a “temporary hiatus” in 2002, which changed into a full-on breakup.

Though they by no means formally introduced their break up, Bass revealed in his 2007 guide Out of Sync, “We’re definitely broken up. It’s not a hiatus. Justin made it clear that he wouldn’t be interested in discussing another album any time soon.”

A couple of years later, the band reunited briefly in the course of the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, which led many to imagine that an *NSYNC reunion was on the horizon.

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When the band got here collectively once more — with out Timberlake — throughout Ariana Grande’s 2019 Coachella efficiency, rumors of a reunion kicked into overdrive.

Members of the band even shared that they’re on board with the concept of reuniting. Though most of them have been fairly obscure on the matter, it seems that they’re all open to coming collectively once more if the chance presents itself.

As for Timberlake, he’s saved his emotions about an *NSYNC reunion below wraps, however because of Bass, we now know the place he stands on this concept.

While sharing particulars about his podcast episode with the “SexyBack” crooner, Bass revealed that his former bandmate “actually would be interested in talking about a reunion.”

Now that it’s been confirmed that every one members of *NSYNC are open to the concept of a reunion, we may very well be saying “Hi, Hi, Hi” to the band someday quickly!

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