No one quite understood you until they did.
Never be afraid to take the mic again.
Plus the most unbelievable movie survivals, 5 great pieces of advice from Tom Clancy, and a new Snapchat “story” feature.
THIS IS THE HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE. Until Sunday (when NSYNC reunites).
Our hopes and dreams have died. [UPDATE: all signs point to a reunion.]
It’s been over 10 years and the whole world has been waiting. Now it just may happen this Sunday in Brooklyn.
It was a testament to man’s ingenuity. And attaching one (or 17) of these bad boys to your Jansport backpack was a thing of status.
Back when N Sync’s No Strings Attached came out, top albums sold twice as many copies in their first week as they do now.
Change is the only constant.
We love you, Lance Bass. And your frosted tips.
Oh, the wonders of Twitter.
We quizzed Lance about the answers to his “favorite things” that he gave a teen magazine over a decade ago. He did pretty well, considering the question about his “favorite babes”!
Today happens to be Lance Bass’s birthday. In his honor, let’s take a look back at the fashions that Lance — and the rest of boys of N Sync — rocked throughout the ’90s.
Here’s a hint: the most popular and least popular members are both named Justin. The rest of our findings may surprise you.
As if you needed another reason to like Amanda Seyfried: she has a mini-horse, an owl named Beatrix, a chick named Linda, and some butterflies in her personal taxidermy collection. So Conan did what any gentleman would do: he gave her the show’s stuffed raccoon wearing a jet pack. Amanda flipped out.
Happy birthday, Justin Timberlake! To celebrate, let’s take a look back at his teenage years, specifically, that special time when his hair was gloriously bleached and looked an awful lot like ramen noodles. Ah, the 90s.
This week, Cake has the No. 1 album on the Billboard chart. I know, right? However, they made it there with the lowest-selling No. 1 opening of all-time: “Showroom Of Compassion” sold just 44,000 copies in its first week. In March of 2000, ‘N Sync set the record for the biggest-selling No. 1 opening of all time with “No Strings Attached,” which moved 2.4 million copies. Here, now, are three different Google charts about those numbers. It’s science.
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