Justin Timberlake New Album Will Feature NSYNC On Song: Justin is passionate about it.

Justin Timberlake New Album Will Feature NSYNC On Song

Justin Timberlake New Album Will Feature NSYNC On Song

The music world is exciting as Justin Timberlake, the multi-talented artist, hints at a reunion with the iconic boy band NSYNC.

Justin Timberlake has seemingly confirmed that the rest of his NSYNC bandmates are featured on at least one song on his new album Everything I Thought It Was.

The 43-year-old singer had previously hinted that he was working in the studio with the rest of his NSYNC bandmates on The Kelly Clarkson Show last month.

Justin Timberlake New Album Will Feature NSYNC On Song

Timberlake took to TikTok on Wednesday, responding to fan Briana Resendez who said, ‘Blink twice if NSYNC is on a song called Paradise,’ which comes just after he canceled a London show after coming down with the flu.

The singer responded with a video, which featured Briana’s comment, with Timberlake wearing a baseball hat and sunglasses.

He slowly lowers his black sunglasses and very delibrately blinks twice before pushing his glasses back up and offering a sly smile for the camera.

Justin Timberlake New Album Will Feature NSYNC On Song

His fellow NSYNC singer Lance Bass even poked fun at the video, commenting, ‘Got something in your eye?’

The revelation comes just a month after Timberlake teased another NSYNC reunion during an appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

‘We’ve been in the studio, so there may be a little something in the future, too,’ he said on the talk show, though he wouldn’t reveal any further details.

Justin Timberlake New Album Will Feature NSYNC On Song

That tease came just months after the group came together for the first time in many years at the MTV Video Music Awards.

They revealed they all worked together on their first song in 20 years called Better Place, which was featured on the soundtrack for Timberlake’s movie, Trolls Band Together.

Timberlake added of that song on Clarkson’s show, ‘That was fun. It’s kind of crazy, like, there’s so much that just picks up right where it left off as far as the chemistry.’

He was scheduled to perform at The Roundhouse in Camden, though he was forced to bow out due to illness.

‘This is an unfortunate video I have to send out. But I’m sure you can tell from the sound of things that I am not going to be able to make it to the show on Friday, which I’m gutted about,’ he admitted.

‘I’ve been here in London all week and was so excited to perform Roundhouse. But… I’ve been battling some kind of bug and I thought it was getting better but it took a turn for the worse.’

The Cry Me A River star will appear on The Graham Norton Show on Friday in a pre-recorded interview.

Justin admitted he ‘amost didn’t make it’ onto the show due to being ill but ‘was able to power through’.

The cancelled performance comes as Justin announced his new single Drown, the follow-up to his first single off the new album, Selfish.

His tour is beginning in North America this summer with 30 shows before coming to Europe in late July. He is due to perform in Birmingham, Manchester and London.

It comes after Justin seemingly hit back at Britney Spears’ recent apology to him for writing about their relationship in her memoir.

The singer showed little remorse for his part in the feud, as he told fans at his concern: ‘I’d like to take this opportunity to apologise, to absolutely f***ing nobody.’

Justin Timberlake New Album Song “Paradise”:

Timberlake, now 43, has slyly confirmed that he will team up with JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Joey Fatone once again.

The new track, titled “Paradise,” will appear on Timberlake’s upcoming album, “Everything I Thought It Was.”

Fans are eagerly anticipating this reunion, especially after the group’s recent collaboration on the song “Better Place” for the “Trolls Band Together” soundtrack.

The TikTok Tease:

In a TikTok Live broadcast, Timberlake responded to a fan’s comment that playfully asked him to blink twice if *NSYNC was on a song called “Paradise.”

In a candid video, Timberlake pulled down his sunglasses, blinked twice, and then smiled, confirming the exciting news.

The original comment was left on a video where Timberlake showcased the deluxe vinyl edition of his new album, set for release on March 15.

Justin Timberlake New Album Will Feature NSYNC On Song

Past Hints and Reunion:

Timberlake had previously teased new music from *NSYNC during an appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show in January.

He mentioned that they had been in the studio, hinting at more to come.

The group’s chemistry picked up right where it left off during their recent collaboration on “Better Place.”

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Timberlake’s Honest Perspective:

In an interview with Apple Music 1, Timberlake shared that his forthcoming album would provide a “real” perspective on his life.

He reflected on the past, offering an introspective and candid take on his experiences.

Fans can expect a deeper dive into Timberlake’s journey through his music.

As the release date approaches, fans eagerly await the magic that Timberlake and *NSYNC will create together once again. Get ready for a musical paradise!

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