*NSYNC (ou 'N' Sync) est un boys band américain de pop formé en 1995 à Orlando, en Floride. Les membres du groupe sont Lance Bass, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick et Justin Timberlake. Seuls Timberlake et Chasez ont sorti des albums en solo après que le groupe se fut séparé en 2002. Le groupe apparait dans l'épisode 14 de la saison 12 de la série Les Simpsons.



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