Justin has undoubtedly had the most success since the end of *NSYNC, having released three solo albums: Justified (2002), FutureSex/LoveSounds (2006) and The 20/20 Experience (2013). Not only has Justin brought sexy back with his singing, but also broke into acting, with lead roles in films such as Bad Teacher, Friends With Benefits and the Oscar-winning The Social Network.
Last year, Justin broke hearts worldwide when he married long-time girlfriend Jessica Biel.
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Like Justin, JC also released a solo album, though found more success working behind the scenes as a producer and songwriter. JC spent seven seasons as a judge on MTV’s hit show America’s Best Dance Crew. Most recently, JC gave back to the pop music community by helping to create an all-girls group, known as Girl Radical.
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After parting ways with *NSYNC (and a failed attempt at going to space), Lance Bass has had a versatile career. In addition to small roles in film and television, Lance appeared on the seventh season of Dancing with the Stars, on which he placed third.
In 2006, Lance publicly came out as a gay man, and has since been active in LGBT advocacy and awareness.
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Although singing and dancing may have been what got Joey Fatone into *NSYNC, he has since taken on roles on several game shows and reality programs. In 2007, he appeared on Dancing with the Stars, and went on to place second. Additionally, he served as the host for the karaoke competition show The Singing Bee and currently serves as the announcer for Family Feud.
Joey has been married for almost 9 years, and has two daughters aged 12 and 3.
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Chris Kirkpatrick has been a lot less active than his fellow *NSYNC band mates. He appeared on CMT’s country music-themed reality program Gone Country 2. From 2002-2005, Chris also provided the voice of Chip Skylark, a pop singer, on the cartoon show The Fairly OddParents.
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With a new Twitter account and a rumored reunion performance at the VMAs, everyone is talking about the 90s chart-topping boy band. While some members have stayed more active, all five guys have been up to exciting things since *NSYNC went on “temporary hiatus” in 2001. See what Justin, Lance, Chris, JC and Joey have been doing since we said “Bye, Bye, Bye.”