Quickies: Lance Bass says NSYNC reunion talks are happening and more celeb news

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In today’s QuickiesLance Bass revealed the legendary boy band NSYNC have been discussing a reunion while playing Rent Free with Bilt Rewards founder and CEO Ankur Jain.

While taking part in the game show where users can get their rent paid for by guessing answers correctly, Bass was asked by the host about what it was like to reunite with his bandmates JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone, and Justin Timberlake at the MTV VMAs earlier this year—”it was nice to get back together with those guys.”

“We are talking about it, and I hope to have some good news at some point,” Lance, 44, said of a potential gathering.


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