Here's What *NYSYNC Looks Like 20 Years Later

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It has been 20 years since Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass teamed up to become the seminal boy band of the late ‘90s and early 2000s: *NSYNC. (No disrespect to BSB, we’re just being honest.)

Let's celebrate our boys coming together 20 years ago today by commenting with a picture of your most prized NSYNC possession! All photos will be put into an album here on their page! It's #NSYNCDay 󾌧󾌧

Posted by *NSYNC on Thursday, October 1, 2015

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Here is what each bandmate has been up to in the two decades since then:

Justin “J.T.” Timberlake

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Justin released three solo albums, brought sexy back, and won nine Grammys. He's also an actor, in The Social Network and Friends With Benefits. Recently, he had a baby son, Silas, with wife Jessica Biel. (Or for you ‘90s babies, Mary from 7th Heaven.)

JC Chasez

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JC released his own solo album, Schizophrenic -- remember "Blowin' Me Up (With Her Love)"?! He was also a judge on America’s Best Dance Crew for seven seasons and sometimes acts. Last year, he was in a straight-to-DVD action movie called Red Sky.

Chris Kirkpatrick

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Chris appeared on season two of CMT’s Gone Country, where he competed to become a country singer. He also played “Lifeguard” in Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! and has been cast in Nick Carter’s zombie western, Dead 7. In 2013, he married Karly Skladany.

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Joey Fatone

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Joey came in second place on Dancing With the Stars during the fourth season, and mostly does hosting gigs now, like on NBC’s The Singing Bee and Food Network’s Rewrapped. Fun fact: He’s the announcer on Family Feud. Joe is also married and has two daughters, Brianna and Kloey. (And Lance is their godfather!)

Lance Bass

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Lance came in third place during DWTS’ seventh season, and is now a radio host and actor. After coming out in 2006, he wrote an autobiography, Out of Sync, and eventually married Michael Turchin, which they filmed for a TV special called Lance Loves Michael: The Lance Bass Wedding. He has still not gone to space.

Anyway, Justin and Lance recently had a mini *NSYNC reunion! Find out what Lance had to say about how being a father changed Justin: