The '90s boy band has recorded their first song in more than 20 years, "Better Place," for the upcoming 'Trolls Band Together' movie
The members of *NSYNC are strolling down memory lane.
In a hilarious new social media video posted Tuesday, the iconic boy band recreated a memorable 2001 photo of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick and Joey Fatone making silly faces to each other.
Soundtracked by Simple Plan's "I'm Just a Kid," the clip sees all five performers walking into the camera frame before assuming their more than 20-year-old poses.
Bass, 44, bites his finger while Chasez, 47, looks at him, both Kirkpatrick, 51, and Timberlake, 42, make shushing facial expressions, and Fatone, 46, holds his hands up over his face in shock.
The "Bye Bye Bye" performers clearly look back on the photo in jest, as they wrote in the social media post's caption, "Who had us pose like that?!"
*NSYNC surprised fans with a reunion at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards last week, and the group has since announced plans to release a new single, "Better Place," for the upcoming movie Trolls Band Together.
At '90s Con Florida over the weekend, Fatone spoke about how it's felt to get back together with his fellow boy band members.
“It was fun!" said the My Big Fat Greek Wedding star. "MTV Awards was really cool. It was fun for me and the guys to get back together. It was surreal in the sense of we kind of just stepped back from each other. Literally, we fell into place."
He also spoke about preparing to release the new track. "We’re excited for *NSYNC to come out with a song, which is crazy to say after 25 years," he told panel moderator and PEOPLE Senior Editor Breanne L. Heldman. "And no, I don’t know if there is a tour!"
Fatone offered his advice on how to make an *NSYNC tour happen. "If the fans want it that much yell at the companies, yell at Sony, yell at them," he said.
In a behind-the-scenes clip posted by Timberlake last week, he explained how the reunion came to be. "So many stars aligned," he said in the clip, speaking to his bandmates.
"That's why I hit y'all, I was like, 'Hey, something came up.' If we do this song, it's a love letter to our fans. I would be honored to have the group on this song," added the "SexyBack" musician.
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