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alert-–-justin-timberlake-reveals-nsync-‘may’-release-more-music…-after-reuniting-for-first-time-in-19-years-for-last-year’s-song-better-placeAlert – Justin Timberlake reveals NSYNC ‘may’ release MORE music… after reuniting for first time in 19 years for last year’s song Better Place

Justin Timberlake revealed on Tuesday that NSYNC, the boy band that catapulted him to worldwide fame, are working on new music.

He and his old bandmates Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and JC Chasez all rocketed to stardom together in the 1990s.

In 2004, they went on a temporary hiatus that stretched into an indefinite breakup, but they remained personally friendly with one another.

Last year they sent their fans into a frenzy of delight when they got back together for the song Better Place in the animated movie Trolls Band Together.

Now, Justin has appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show and let slip that the band might have even more music in the pipeline.

Justin Timberlake revealed on Tuesday that NSYNC, the boy band that catapulted him to worldwide fame, are working on new music

Justin Timberlake revealed on Tuesday that NSYNC, the boy band that catapulted him to worldwide fame, are working on new music

(from left) Justin and his old bandmates Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, Lance Bass and JC Chasez all rocketed to stardom together in the 1990s; pictured 1998

(from left) Justin and his old bandmates Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, Lance Bass and JC Chasez all rocketed to stardom together in the 1990s; pictured 1998

‘Yeah, we’ve been in the studio, so there may be a little something in the future too,’ he said, eliciting a rapturous round of applause from the studio audience.

Better Place came seven years after Justin had a solo global mega-hit with the song Can’t Stop The Feeling! for the original Trolls movie.

Can’t Stop The Feeling! became the bestselling song of the year in its native America and netted Justin, who co-wrote it, an Oscar nomination for best original song.

Years later, Justin returned to perform a song for the same franchise and got his old NSYNC pals back together, with Better Place as a result.

At the moment, Justin is rolling out his new album Everything I Thought It Was – the first since his widely derided 2018 offering Man Of The Woods.

The pop hunk released the new album’s first two singles last week, beginning with a sonorous romantic ballad entitled Selfish.

Selfish shares its title with a 2011 song by Justin’s ex Britney Spears, who gave a scathing account of their doomed romance in her memoir last year.

Britney’s devoted fanbase sabotaged Justin’s new song Selfish by sending Britney’s song of the same name soaring to the top of the iTunes charts.

Last year they sent their fans into a frenzy of delight when they got back together for the song Better Place in the movie Trolls Band Together; they are pictured at the film's premiere

Last year they sent their fans into a frenzy of delight when they got back together for the song Better Place in the movie Trolls Band Together; they are pictured at the film’s premiere

Now, Justin has appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show and let slip that the band might have even more music in the pipeline

Now, Justin has appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show and let slip that the band might have even more music in the pipeline

At the moment, Justin is rolling out his new album Everything I Thought It Was, which includes his new single Selfish; pictured in the Selfish music video

At the moment, Justin is rolling out his new album Everything I Thought It Was, which includes his new single Selfish; pictured in the Selfish music video

His return to music comes months after his ex Britney Spears released her memoir The Woman In Me, serving up a scathing portrayal of their relationship

His return to music comes months after his ex Britney Spears released her memoir The Woman In Me, serving up a scathing portrayal of their relationship 

She also wrote that she fell pregnant by Justin in 2000, and although she wanted to keep the baby, he persuaded her to have an abortion because he 'wasn't ready to be a father'

She also wrote that she fell pregnant by Justin in 2000, and although she wanted to keep the baby, he persuaded her to have an abortion because he ‘wasn’t ready to be a father’

Then this past weekend, Justin went on Saturday Night Live and performed Selfish – as well as giving a live debut to the album’s second single Sanctified. 

In an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music, Justin dished that John Lennon’s song Jealous Guy was an influence on his Selfish. 

Referring to his own pop ballad, Justin said: ‘We were talking about the song itself and just breaking down the idea that you just don’t hear that from men often, that they would express an emotion that makes them vulnerable,’ via ABC.

Justin, who was a child star in the Mickey Mouse Club, added that ‘growing up the way I grew up, you’re taught not to do that.’

His return to music comes months after Britney released her memoir The Woman In Me, serving up a blistering portrayal of their relationship.

Among other bombshell revelations, she wrote that she fell pregnant by Justin in 2000, and although she wanted to keep the baby and ‘dreamed of having a family,’ he persuaded her to have an abortion because he ‘wasn’t ready to be a father.’ 

Desperate to keep the matter under wraps, Britney suffered through an ‘excruciating’ at-home procedure that she described in the memoir as ‘one of the most agonizing things I have ever experienced in my life.’

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