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Fans plead for an NSYNC reunion tour, following their special 2023 VMAs appearance. The iconic boy band’s onscreen reunion sparked a huge increase in searches for “NSYNC reunion tour.” It has us reminiscing on their hits. Check out a gallery of NSYNC’s top charting hits inside.

The iconic boy band has countless hits like “Bye Bye Bye,” “It’s Gonna Be Me” and more. According to a report from CasinoAlpha.com, NSYNC’s latest reunion at the VMAs sparked a huge 1,150 percent increase in searches for their reunion tour in the U.S. The searches also skyrocketed worldwide by 733 percent.

The 2023 VMAs was NSYNC’s first appearance in 10 years when they presented the VMA for ‘Best Pop’ to winner Taylor Swift.

The group comprised of members Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick presented the award to Swift, who excitedly remarked: “Are you guys gonna do something? I need to know what it is!”

Not sure if Swift was referring to a live performance or a possible tour, but fans took their appearance and ran with it.

Fans are already practicing their dance moves:

And, their reactions to the band’s alleged reunion:

Fans are still GUSHING at the thought:

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Check out their top 10 songs according to the Billboard charts to prepare for the NSYNC tour that may or may not ever happen:

Watch: Check Out NSYNC’s Top Charting Songs As Fans Beg For A Reunion Tour  was originally published on globalgrind.com

1. 10. “I Drive Myself Crazy”

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Its’ peak position on Pop Airplay was No. 14. The peak date was May 22, 1999.

2. 9. “Pop”

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Its’ peak position on Pop Airplay was No. 5. Its’ peak date June 30, 2001.

3. 8. “Gone”

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Its’ peak position on Pop Airplay was No. 7. Its’ peak date was Nov. 17, 2001. 

4. 7. “Girlfriend” ft. Nelly

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Its’ peak position on Pop Airplay was No. 5. Its’ peak date was April 13, 2002.

5. 6. “I Want You Back”

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Its’ peak position on Pop Airplay was No. 7. Its’ peak date was May 9, 1998.

6. 5. “Tearin’ Up My Heart”

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Its’ peak position on Pop Airplay was No. 6. Its’ peak date was Sept. 26, 1998.

7. 4. “This I Promise You”

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Its’ peak position on Pop Airplay was No. 4. Its’ peak date was Nov. 18, 2000. 

8. 3. “(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You”

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Its’ peak position on Pop Airplay was No. 5. Its’ peak date was Feb. 20, 1999. 

9. 2. “It’s Gonna Be Me”

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Its’ peak position on Pop Airplay was No. 1 for five weeks. Its’ peak date was July 1, 2000.

10. 1. “Bye Bye Bye”

Its peak position on Pop Airplay was No. 1 for 10 weeks. Its’ peak date was March 4, 2000.