It ain’t no lie.
Iconic ’90s boy band *NSYNC announced Thursday that they would be releasing new music for the first time in decades after the quintet appeared together at the VMAs.
*NSYNC’s announcement comes one day after the former teenage heartthrobs presented Taylor Swift with the award for Best Pop Video at the ceremony.
A snippet track, which is titled “Better Place,” can be heard in the new trailer for the upcoming “Trolls Band Together,” which stars frontman Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick, Zooey Deschanel, RuPaul, and several others.
The upcoming threequel reportedly follows the troll Branch (Timberlake) as he struggles to reunite with his brothers to get their childhood boy band, BroZone, back together.
Part of the song was also released on TikTok after the group teased the project in an earlier “Friends”- themed Instagram video Wednesday. The Post reached out to *NSYNC for comment about the new track.
The song marks the first time the group has put new music out since 2002 when production company The Neptunes released a remix of their 2001 song “Girlfriend.”
In the video, Timberlake, 42, Joey Fatone, 46, Lance Bass, 44, JC Chasez, 47, and Chris Kirkpatrick, 51, can be seen standing around an empty studio before lip-syncing the audio from the “Friends” episode “The One With All The Resolutions.”
“Do you know something?” mouths Timberlake to Joey Tribbiani’s audio.
Fatone, responding as Jennifer Aniston’s Rachel, asking if he knows something.
“I might know something,” answered Kirkpatrick to Joey’s audio, while Chasez claimed that he “might know something, too.”
“What’s the thing you know?” asked Bass, as Timberlake interjected, “Oh no, I can’t tell you until you tell me what you know.”
“I can’t tell you what I know,” said Fatone.
“Well, then I can’t tell you what I know,” replied Kirkpatrick.
The video ends with the group shrugging and walking off in separate directions.
Rumors of the band getting back together have been swirling since late August. At the time, multiple posters for the Dreamworks film featured the group’s logo and a QR code that directed fans to TakeYouToABetterPlace.com, which features a sample of the song.
Although the band reunited at the VMAs on Tuesday, TMZ claims that they have no plans to tour, host a residency or release an album.
“Trolls Band Together” is set to sing and dance its way into theaters on Nov. 17.
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