NSYNC Reunion? Lance Bass Teases Band Getting Back Together, 'We're Doing Something Cool' [VIDEO]
Could 90s girls be getting their dreams come true with one of the biggest bands of the decade reuniting after more than 10 years apart?
If something Lance Bass said in a recent interview can be believed, an NSYNC reunion may be in the works!
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Bass, 37, teased that the band was working on something coming up again, meaning there may be a reunion of sorts in the works.
"We're doing something. I don't know if I can announce it yet," he said. "We are coming out with a really cool vinyl edition of our Christmas album."
He also admitted that he and the other guys in the group-Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick and Joey Fatone-would definitely be reuniting later this year, when they receive their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
"We will all be there," he said. "We just have to decide on a date."
However, fans shouldn't get too excited by the idea of a reunion for the band that would involve them all getting back together and even making new music, because they would only reunite for the Walk of Fame and the re-release would only feature the old songs from the original Home for Christmas album.
But even though the guys don't have too much planned in terms of getting back together and making new music together, they do still keep in touch, and even text in a group chat daily to make fun of one another-with Timberlake's past hairstyles often being out on blast, in addition to other jokes.
"All we do is bag on each other all day long," he said. "Joey gets a lot of the brunt of our jokes. I mean, those guys are my brothers and so we act like immature brothers all the time."
Since the band went on hiatus 15 years ago, the guys have all found varying degrees of success, with Timberlake finding the most success post-group, with his own solo career as a musician and roles as an actor. He is currently nominated for an Oscar for his song "Can't Stop The Feeling" from the movie Trolls.
The band previously reunited for a performance at the 2013 MTV VMAs.