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An *NSYNC Reunion May Be In The Works And We Can't Deal

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Back in 2013, *NSYNC took to the stage at the MTV Video Music Awards for the first time since they broke up. The band members rose out of the stage to join Justin Timberlake, who was being honored with the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award.  

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The reunion performance lasted only a little over a minute, but as you can imagine our teenage hearts exploded, and we couldn't help but wonder when the iconic 90s band will bring us that much nostalgia again.

Fast forward to four years later, Lance Bass teased us with some details about the band being commemorated with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, as well as plans for a vinyl version of their 1998 Christmas album.

"Yeah, we'll be getting back together in a few months when we get our star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame," he told InStyle. "We're just planning that celebration right now. It’ll be really fun!"

The band's Christmas album, Home for Christmas, is scheduled to be re-released on vinyl this month exclusively via Urban Outfitters. Lance joked that he's "sure you'll see some cheesy *NSYNC Christmas sweaters too."

But the most exciting news came from Joey Fatone who told TMZ Sports that the boy band may be getting back together one more time for a very special performance.

So where and when will this take place?

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