You may be cool, but are you NSYNC reunion at a birthday party cool? Justin Timberlake took to his Instagram to post a photo with former band mates Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick at JC Chasez's 40th birthday party!
Chasez's mates had a good laugh, welcoming him to the "old man club" in their comments.
"Happy Birthday #JCChasez!!!!" Bass wrote.
"Happy birthday @JCChasez! Welcome to the old man club!" Kirkpatrick teased.
These guys were huge when they toured together, but have not said whether they will get back together for good, or even for a reunion tour. For one thing, Justin Timberlake has other commitments, having married actress Jessica Biel in 2012.
Birthday king JC Chasez tried flying solo for a while after the band's initial split, even putting out an album. One of the songs, "Blowin' Me Up (With her Love)," even did well. But after the album's overall flop, Chasez found his calling as a writer and producer for other artists, even working with the Backstreet Boys for a while. He now sits as a judge on MTV's America's Best Dance Crew, and has guest starred on Ghost Whisperer and Touched By An Angel.
Joey Fatone has since rounded out his professional career, appearing on Dancing with the Stars and Dancing with the Stars: All Stars. He is also an announcer on Family Feud and hosts the Live Well Network's My Family Recipe Rocks. Fatone even competed on the Food Network's Rachel vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off to raise money for his charity, the Fatone Family Foundation.
Lance Bass launched his own daily radio show on Sirius XM called "Dirty Pop with Lance Bass." If you want to hear him talk about the goings on in the world of popular culture, tune in! Bass has also been very active in the LGBTQ community since coming out as gay in 2006.
Last but not least, Chris Kirkpatrick has done everything he can to stay in the music spotlight, and now performs with his band, Nigel 11. He married his longtime girlfriend, Karly Skladany.
Even though we may never get the band back together, these few photos are worth a thousand words (that's a couple hundred songs, at least)!