The Other Dudes In NSYNC Are Mad At Justin Timberlake

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I don't know where the apostrophe is supposed to go in the name, but the other dudes in NSYNC (Google them) are reportedly mad at Justin Timberlake because their reunion performance at the MTV VMAs only lasted two minutes. Chris Kirkpatrick got somebody to cover his shift at Applebees and everything. I guess Justin wasn't in synch with that plan. BOOM NAILED IT.  Us Weekly reports:

….Timberlake's brothers in song Joey Fatone, Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick and JC Chasez were initially "upset" that Timberlake nixed earlier plans to include more 'N Sync songs for the VMA show, a source tells Us Weekly.  "They were pushing for more," the source says. "While he was thrilled they could come for him, he didn't want the reunion to be the whole thing. They originally were told that it was going to be more of their old hits, not just Bye Bye Bye — but then Justin reworked it." "The guys wished it could have been more songs," continues the insider. "He told them to trust him, he was going to make it great." (During the show-stopping segment, Timberlake sang snippets of his solo hits "Take Back the Night," "Sexy Back," "My Love," "Cry Me a River," "Señorita," "What Goes Around Comes Around" and "Rock Your Body" before his bandmates joined him for a few bars of "Gone" and "Girlfriend" before rocking out to "Bye, Bye, Bye." After about two minutes, Fatone, Bass, Kirkpatrick and Chasez departed the stage, and Timberlake sang one final song.

Whatever, it sucked. Wouldn't have mattered if it was thirty minutes. It would have been Justin Timberlake and four unattractive backups dancers. The only good to come of this is that One Direction got a front your seat to their enevitable future except their future looks like an empty stage and a stop at Radio Shack to pick up some microphones because the Indiana State Farm doesn't have enough in the budget.

 

Justin, I don't understand just why we can't sing longer. Also, loan me $50.

 

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