16 years after the collapse of the popular group musicians Justin Timberlake, Chris Kirkpatrick, JC Chazes, Joey Fatone and lance bass met up again together to celebrate another achievement, getting the coveted stars in Hollywood.
On Monday Ellen presented the group with their long-anticipated star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
For the segment, host Ellen DeGeneres asked the five former bandmates (who split in 2002) a series of questions - and told them to answer by holding up a paddle which had "I Have Never" written on one side and "I Have" on the other.
A large line of fans clad in an array of *NSYNC concert T-shirts and custom made fan outfits camped out overnight for a flawless spot to watch Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick receive the 2,636th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The star for members of the iconic 90's boyband *NSYNC is viewed as they received the 2,636th Star in the category of Recording on April 30, 2018 in Hollywood, California.
It was "one of the highlights of our career, for sure", said Bass.
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First of all, a meme history lesson: if you remember the boy band's 2000 number one single "It's Gonna Be Me", you'll remember how Justin sang it so it sounded like "It's Gonna Be May".
Bass, now 38, revealed in a 2006 People magazine cover story that he's gay. She kicked off the questionnaire with "Never have I ever hooked up with someone twice my age", to which Chris and Joey admitted they had. I just didn't have the strength then.
In addition to sharing memories, Lance Bass also spoke to the crowd about the struggles he endured as he worked to understand and accept his sexuality while also grappling with the concerns that coming out would negatively impact the band's success.
'I thought if I had come out, *NSYNC would be over, ' he said at the ceremony that drew thousands of fans to Hollywood Boulevard.
NSYNC reunited at Walk of Fame induction.
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