The Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees and New Kids on the Block have all reunited — but don't count on 'N Sync getting together anytime soon.
"I don't think we're doing anything," former member Lance Bass told Life & Style at the SVEDKA Vodka's 90s Throwback Valentine's Day bash in LA on Jan. 31. "I don't think [a reunion] would happen. Everyone is doing their own thing."
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Which makes sense, considering Justin Timberlake's busy working on his new album — and he's also one of the main reasons why Lance can't foresee a future get together.
"Justin's doing his thing," he says. "I don't think he would have a moment off to do an 'N Sync album. He's the busy one."
As it's been reported, none of the members attended JT and Jessica Biel's Oct. 19 nuptials. "He didn't want the wedding to be an 'N Sync reunion, and I totally understand that," Chris Kirkpatrick explained. "I already had plans to be in Italy anyway. It was just a coincidence that I was there when Justin got married. There's really nothing negative about any of it."
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But there are no hard feelings — in fact, Lance can't wait to see his pal's Grammys performance this month. "I won't be there, but I'm excited to see a little 'Suit & Tie' performance. It's going to be good."
As for the 90s and his time with the extremely popular boy band, he only has fond memories.
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"The 90s were very good to me!" he tells Life & Style. "Being a teenager in the 90s was a very easy thing. It was the best in the world. You had no worries. That decade was amazing."
Though a reunion doesn't seem likely in the near future, we still have hope. Never say never!
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