If you've been hoping that the proliferation of 90s reunion tours will include one from NSYNC, don't hold your breath.
NSYNC member JC Chasez told The Hollywood Reporter, "It's just not in the cards... I'm sure that everybody in my group has been asked at one time or another - I know I get asked, I know the other guys get asked - but we're happy with what it was and we're happy to move on."
He continued, "We really feel like if you're going to do something like that, it has to be for all the right reasons. Everybody says, 'Oh you'll make a ton of money, you'll get a ton of people to come,' but that's not the reason we did what we did in the first place. We did what we did because we believed we had something to offer the entertainment world that was essentially fresh, and until we feel that way again, it's not gonna happen."
Since NSYNC went on a "temporary hiatus" in 2002, its members have continued their separate careers. Justin Timberlake has, of course, enjoyed huge success as a solo musician, actor and also an entrepeneur, with his ventures with MySpace and most recently, a homewares line. Chasez has released solo material and also judges the TV show America's Best Dance Crew. Joey Fatone has various media roles, while Lance Bass has done some producing and film cameos. Chris Kirkpatrick participated in CMT show Gone Country 2 in 2008 and recently appeared in a music video by A Day To Remember.