*NSYNC Reunites to Release New Song for "Trolls Band Together" Movie

In a surprising turn of events, 'NSYNC, the iconic boy band of the late 90s and early 2000s, has announced their reunion to release a brand-new song titled "Take You to a Better Place." This exciting development marks the first time all five original members, Justin Timberlake, Joey Fatone, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, and Chris Kirkpatrick, have come together to record new music since their heyday in 2001.

The song, set to be featured in the upcoming "Trolls Band Together" movie, has generated significant buzz among fans and the media alike. A clip of the track is already available on the Dreamworks website, offering a tantalizing taste of what's to come. The official release date for "Take You to a Better Place" is scheduled for September 29, and a snippet of the song can also be found on TikTok.

Speculation about a potential 'NSYNC reunion began circulating late last month when posters featuring the iconic 'NSYNC logo started appearing throughout New York City, promoting the "Trolls Band Together" movie.

Justin Timberlake, who embarked on a successful solo career in 2002, has a history with the "Trolls" franchise, having previously released "Can't Stop the Feeling" for the 2016 "Trolls" movie. This track earned him a Grammy award and an Oscar nomination in the original song category. Timberlake also lends his voice to a leading character in the "Trolls" film series, which saw its second installment in 2020. The upcoming third movie, "Trolls Band Together," is expected to revolve around a boy band-themed storyline.

This exciting reunion comes hot on the heels of the band members' appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards, where they presented Taylor Swift with the award for Best Pop for her 2022 hit, "Anti-Hero." Notably, the last time all five 'NSYNC members shared a stage was at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, where Timberlake was honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award and surprised the audience with performances of their classics "Bye Bye Bye" and "Girlfriend."

'NSYNC's rise to fame in the late 90s catapulted them into the boy band craze, alongside groups like 98 Degrees and the Backstreet Boys. Their self-titled debut album in 1998 and the subsequent release of "No Strings Attached" in the early 2000s solidified their chart-topping success on the Billboard charts.