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Wednesday 28 January 2015

Timberlake/N Sync reunion at VMAs

Justin Timberlake looks set for an N Sync reunion
Justin Timberlake looks set for an N Sync reunion

Justin Timberlake is reportedly set to reunite with boyband N Sync at the MTV Video Music Awards.

The Suit And Tie singer has not performed with the band since they took a break in 2002 so Justin could focus on his solo career.

Justin is due to perform at the awards ceremony at Brooklyn's Barclays Centre on August 25 and the New York Post's Page Six has reported he will be joined by former bandmates JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick.

Justin is due to be presented with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award and the special reunion performance will be part of his celebration.

The N Sync crew were all apparently spotted in the singer's VIP section at his concert with Jay Z at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami, along with Jessica Biel and Justin's mother, Lynn Harless.

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