Justin Timberlake and *NSync set to reunite at VMAs, say reports
The band were spotted at a JT gig last week
If reports are to be believed, Justin Timberlake is to reunite with the band which made him an international star for Sunday's Video Music Awards ceremony.
According to the New York Post, *NSync will be back together to join Timberlake as he performs at New York's Barclays Centre, and collects the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
The Post reports that J.C. Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick were all spotted in their more successful former bandmate's VIP section at his concert with Jay Z last week.
Kanye West, Katy Perry and Robin Thicke are also scheduled at the show, which Lady Gaga will open.
JT's comeback album, The 20/20 Experience topped both the US and UK charts - among others - upon its release in May.
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