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It Looks Like Justin Timberlake Will Include *NSYNC on His Upcoming Album’s New Song, “Paradise”

It appears that *NSYNC will return for Justin Timberlake’s upcoming album, months after they collaborated on a new song for the first time in almost 20 years.

On the new song “Paradise,” which will be featured on his upcoming album Everything I Thought It Was, Timberlake, 43, appears to have confirmed that he will once more collaborate with JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Joey Fatone.

On Wednesday, the “Mirrors” singer subtly hinted at the project in response to a fan’s TikTok comment, which read, “Blink twice if *NSYNC is on a song called Paradise.” In a response video that he posted on Wednesday, Timberlake could be seen taking off his sunglasses, blinking twice, then putting them back on and grinning.

The star was shown clutching copies of the deluxe vinyl edition of his upcoming album, which is scheduled for release on March 15, when the comment was first made in a video.

He displayed all the extras that came with the deluxe edition in the first video, such as receipts, postcards, an air freshener, and a film strip.

Earlier in January, Timberlake hinted at new music from *NSYNC when appearing on The Kelly Clarkson Show. He said to Clarkson, “We’ve been in the studio, so there might be a little something in the future, too.”

The song “Better Place,” which was included on the soundtrack of the movie Trolls Band Together and published in September, marked the reunion of *NSYNC, and the appearance happened months after that. That was enjoyable, he said. “It’s kind of crazy, like, there’s so much that just picks up right where it left off as far as the chemistry.”

In November, Bass hinted to PEOPLE that there may be more from the trio. We had much too much fun performing this one song, so there are definitely plans for something enjoyable in the future, he stated. “It can’t stop now!”

In a recent interview with Apple Music 1, Timberlake talked about his next album and said that it will give listeners a “real” look into his life.

Because they constantly say, “I was able, on some of the songs, to look back at the past and have a real, not a refracted perspective of what it was because they always say … you always hear that thing about, well, there’s never any truth, there’s just everybody’s perspective of what happened,”

He added that the songs are “introspective and incredibly honest,” saying, “But to really look at it and be able to metabolize and verbalize my perspective on it, I don’t think I’ve ever really done that before.”

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