Justin Timberlake Seemingly Confirms *NSYNC Will Appear on New Song 'Paradise' on His Upcoming Album

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The new track comes months after *NSYNC reunited for "Better Place" off the 'Trolls Band Together' soundtrack

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty </p> *NSYNC in September 2023.

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*NSYNC in September 2023.

They’re not going “Bye Bye Bye” anytime soon!

Months after joining forces on a new song for the first time in more than two decades, it looks like *NSYNC will reunite once again, this time on Justin Timberlake’s new album.

Timberlake, 43, seemingly confirmed that he’s set to team up with JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick and Joey Fatone again on the new song “Paradise,” which will appear on his upcoming album Everything I Thought It Was.

The “Mirrors” singer slyly teased the project on Wednesday, when he responded to a fan’s TikTok comment that said, “Blink twice if *NSYNC is on a song called Paradise.” On Wednesday, Timberlake shared a response video that featured him pulling down a pair of sunglasses and blinking twice, before pulling them back up and smiling.

The comment was originally left on a video that showed the star holding copies of the deluxe vinyl edition of his new album, which is set for release on March 15.

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In the original video, he showed off all the goodies that come with the deluxe edition, including postcards, receipts, a film strip and an air freshener.

Timberlake previously teased new music from *NSYNC during an appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show in January. “We’ve been in the studio, so there may be a little something in the future, too,” he told Clarkson.

The appearance came months after *NSYNC reunited on the song “Better Place,” which was released in September as part of the soundtrack of the film Trolls Band Together. “That was fun," he said. "It’s kind of crazy, like, there’s so much that just picks up right where it left off as far as the chemistry."

<p>Theo Wargo/Getty</p> *NSYNC onstage at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards.

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*NSYNC onstage at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards.

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Bass similarly teased to PEOPLE in November that there was more to come from the group. “There’s definitely hopes for something fun in the future, because look, we had too much fun with just doing this one song,” he said. “It can’t stop now!”

Timberlake recently opened up about his forthcoming album in an interview with Apple Music 1, where he shared that it will provide a "real" perspective on his life for fans.

"I was able, on some of the songs, to look back at the past and have a real, not a refracted perspective of what it was because they always say ... you always hear that thing about, well, there's never any truth, there's just everybody's perspective of what happened,” Timberlake explained.

“But to really look at it and be able to metabolize and verbalize my perspective on it, I don't think I've ever really done that before," he said, adding that the songs are "introspective and "incredibly honest."

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