The ’90s boy band darlings of *NSYNC were truly *~*living*~* yesterday, leaving all of us to check our Apple Watches real quick saying, “What year is it?!”

First things first, the band’s Lance Bass, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Justin Timberlake snagged their very own star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, which was unveiled Monday. Of course, an April 30 event meant that Chasez could not miss out on an opportunity to drop a “It’s gonna be May” joke and I ?was ?here ?for ? it. ?

And since we all don’t have successful solo careers to fall back on (Justin), *NSYNC also debuted a temporary pop-up shop in Los Angeles, full of boy band merch. The pop-up shop, “Dirty Pop-Up” (+10 for this name), ran throughout the day to celebrate the marionette dancing and sweet, sweet harmonies we all know and love. The Dirty Pop-Up featured hoodies, T-shirts, and denims, as well as immersive experiences, wardrobe, artwork, and authentic props. Cut to me, screaming because I was not there.

Then on Monday’s episode of The Ellen Degeneres Show, where all the hot goss is truly spilled, the boys played Never Have I Ever, and we got a little insight in JT’s past with a Spice Girl—and our ’90s hearts grew three sizes. He doesn’t say which one, but it was probably Victoria Beckham, right?

(Also, this interview just further proves how much I LOVE Lance Bass.)
h/t ET, Forbes (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

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Ali Mierzejewski

Ali Mierzejewski

Ali Mierzejewski is the editor-in-chief at The Toy Insider and The Pop Insider. With more than a decade of industry experience, Ali is a trusted source for parents, gift-givers, manufacturers, retailers, and more on the latest trends and hottest products. Whether you’re shopping for the best toys for kids — or looking for the latest in geek culture and entertainment for yourself — Ali’s expertise has you covered. When she’s not building LEGO sets or unwinding with a puzzle, Ali is obsessing over the latest season of The Bachelor, scrolling through Gritty’s Twitter, or rewatching The West Wing (for the 100th time). She is also a self-proclaimed expert on the history and lore of the entire Bachelor franchise. Ali has been featured on TODAY, The Wendy Williams Show, Yahoo Finance, Fox & Friends, HLN, The Weather Channel, ABC World News Now, and more. You can follow her on Instagram @hashtagtrendy.