We know why NSYNC isn’t a thing anymore


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So after years and years of speculation, we finally have the answer to the question that we have been waiting YEARS for. We finally found out how *NSYNC broke up. Literally, this has been the eating away at my and others souls the entire time. It’s like trying to figure an answer to a really hard math question. Sure, we all had “an idea” but everyone wants to know for sure.

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Justin Timberlake, the breakout star of *NSYNC, told The Hollywood Reporter in the Febuary 17th edition that he was the reason that *NSYNC broke up. Shocker….not really. We all pretty much knew he had something to do with the whole break up. Especially when he started to become a hot solo artist and actor. Justin told THR, that’s what they are called in the biz, that he was feeling overwhelmed by how big *NSYNC got.

We were on a stadium tour, and I just felt like the whole thing was too big. It started as a fun snowball fight that was becoming an avalanche. And, also, I was growing out of it.”

Justin then went on to say that he felt like he was the only one that cared about the music and that he wanted to make more music. Music other than what *NSYNC was making.

Pretty much, Justin was getting too old for the boys. Which is totally understandable. Literally every band goes through that and they “take a break.” It also looks like we will have to wait a little longer before we get a *NSYNC reunion. sigh. BTW: Justin did kill it in the Super Bowl Commercial with Christopher Walken. I made me want to try Bai Bai Bai. Also, can someone please confirm the correct spelling of *NSYNC? Is it *NSYNC, ‘NSYNC, N’Sync, or “NsYNC?

Here’s this until we get a full reunion:

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