Once upon a time, there was a boy band called NSYNC, consisting of Justin Timberlake, Chris Kirkpatrick, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, and Joey Fatone. A “boy band” is a group of male singers who perform together, usually dancing and singing pop music and recently they appeared on a YouTube series called Hot Ones.
In the past, NSYNC would visit music TV shows and radio stations to promote their music and talk about their experiences. However, times have changed, This show is known for having guests eat very spicy chicken wings while answering questions from the host, Sean Evans.
The episode with NSYNC was very entertaining. Justin and Joey chose not to drink any milk or water, making the spicy challenge even tougher! They tried to answer questions and keep their cool, but it was clearly a struggle as the wings were super hot!
Sean Evans asked them about their approach to music now compared to 25 years ago. Justin explained that they try to mix the old and new, creating music that feels familiar to their long-time fans. It means they want their fans to feel a connection to their past music while enjoying their new songs.
Chris discussed how boy bands operate, mentioning how each member has unique singing abilities and must find their special place in the group. For example, he compared NSYNC to One Direction, another boy band, saying that each member of One Direction is a great singer and soloist. Chris joked that they knew they weren’t good at singing certain things, and Joey humorously pretended to be insulted.
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While dealing with the increasing heat from the spicy wings, they shared funny stories from their past, like technical mishaps during performances and their first experiences hearing their songs on the radio. They laughed about fans’ intense love and revealed some were even cast in a Star Wars movie, although their parts were eventually cut.
They also shared an interesting tidbit about their song “It’s Gonna Be Me.” Their Swedish producers, including a famous one named Max Martin, wanted Justin to pronounce “me” as “may” in the song. It turned out to be a good choice and became quite popular, even sparking jokes and memes years later.
As the challenge progressed, things got hotter, and the band started swearing quite a bit, trying to outdo chef Gordon Ramsay’s record on the show. They look back on their wild fashion choices and ended the show with lots of laughs, even though some of them were sweating profusely due to the spicy wings.
In summary, the *NSYNC episode on Hot Ones was a hilarious mixture of spicy challenges and nostalgic conversations, giving fans a peek into the lives and experiences of this iconic boy band. It highlighted how they harmonized their unique talents and faced funny and tough situations together, all while creating memorable music for their fans.
NSYNC, a famous boy band from the 90s and early 2000s, has reunited and is taking on a spicy challenge!
If you’re not familiar, *NSYNC consists of five guys: Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, and JC Chasez. They recently surprised everyone with an appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards, and now they’re about to face “the wings of death.”
The wings of death
What’s “the wings of death”? It’s a challenge on a show called “Hot Ones,” where guests eat super spicy chicken wings while answering questions. The hotter the wing, the harder it is to stay composed!
On the upcoming episode, the host, Sean Evans, doesn’t go easy on them. He asks some pretty interesting questions. For example, he brings up that some members of *NSYNC had short roles in the 2002 movie “Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones.” Justin Timberlake shares that he and Lance were a bit upset because they weren’t included. Justin humorously told Sean, “We’re getting to the nitty-gritty questions.”
When Sean asks about the band’s singing roles, Chris Kirkpatrick talks about how they chose who would sing which parts. They knew their strengths and weaknesses, so they each took on roles that suited their voices. Chris sings the high notes, some of them take the lead parts, Joey is in the middle, and Lance is the bass, which means he sings the deepest notes.
By the end of the teaser clip, Justin jokingly says that Sean is like the “new official sixth member” of *NSYNC. But Justin also teases him by saying, “But we’re not going to split anything with you.”
Now, here’s some cool news for NSYNC fans: They’re releasing a new song! It’s their first in 20 years. The song, named “Better Place,” will be part of the “Trolls Band Together” movie soundtrack, and it’s set to come out on Sept. 29.
Make sure to catch the full NSYNC episode on “Hot Ones.” It airs 11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT Thursday on YouTube. It’s sure to be a blend of spicy challenges and fun nostalgia!