lance bass Thinks ‘NSync fans deserve a true reunion after their explosive – but brief – comeback earlier this year.
“We had to do it right this time, and unfortunately, ‘NSync had to burn in flames for that,” Bass, 44, said in an interview. Entertainment Weekly Published Tuesday, November 7. “But we had a lot of fun, I don’t see it as our last thing. Because of this strike, I feel like we owe it to the fans again to fix it and do something else.”
‘NSync – which includes bass, Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, joey fatone And chris kirkpatrick — reunited to present the best pop award at the 2023 VMAs in September Taylor Swift, Two days after the awards ceremony, the group announced that a new song of theirs, “Better Place”, would be released at the end of the month.
The single was ‘NSync’s first song after a gap of 23 years and was written for the film trolls band together, which stars Timberlake, 42, as the voice of Branch. However, the band could not promote the song due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike.
“Even just doing the VMAs, I didn’t expect that many people to really care, but it was great to see,” Bass said Tuesday. “Especially since we can’t even mention the song, the fact that it’s on the radio and people are streaming it like no other is pretty special and shows how much our fans love and [the love] We have it for our fans. We can’t thank them enough.”
While Bass hopes that he and his bandmates can work together on something else in the future, they cannot make any plans until the strike is officially over. One thing Bass shared was that he would love to go on tour with ‘Nsync again.
“We loved doing the show, that was our favorite, favorite thing,” Bass said. “We spent every penny we earned on our travels – which, [in] Looking back I probably would have changed a bit – so I thought it would be fun to remind everyone what we do on our show.
After arriving on the VMA stage, Bass, 46, and Fatone caught up us weekly To reflect on the reunion that took social media by storm.
“It was a very natural thing. Over the last 23 years, we’ve had all kinds of discussions, maybe doing something here, maybe doing something there,” Bais exclusively explained We in September. “We did Coachella and we did the VMAs 10 years ago, so it just made sense at that time.”
Meanwhile, Fatone shared that “Better Place” was “100 percent” a love letter to the fans who stuck with him after the group split in the early 2000s.
“It was one of those things, like, ‘Wow, okay, we’re doing this.’ So we’re very excited to see what happens,” Fatone said. We, “I mean, again, it’s been 25 years since we actually put out something or anything. So just to be able to be in the studio together [and] These are the vibes, it’s really good.”