Joey Fatone Talks Life After *NSYNC


Former *NYSNC member Joey Fatone opened up about how life has changed since the band’s break up.

In an exclusive interview with the New York Post on Monday, Fatone, 46, revealed what he and fellow bandmates — Justin Timberlake, 42, JC Chasez, 47, Lance Bass, 44, and Chris Kirkpatrick, 51 — have been up to since their days of superstardom.

“It’s not just, ‘What are we doing tonight?’” he explained. “We don’t talk about sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll anymore. It’s more like ‘dude, look at the air fryer there.’”

Fatone added, “Oh, my gosh! It’s got two drawers, it’s unbelievable.”

He also shared that the former bandmates now converse about things like getting their car washed and how “amazing” the tires look.

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Fatone shared:

“That is the stupidest thing, but it is so true. Like, ‘Oh, my gosh, my bed! I got this jet — this thing that flows up and it makes it cool.’ I’m excited about that. I’m not like, ‘Hey, man, let’s go out tonight. Let’s go party.’ No.”

Despite rumors of a potential *NSYNC reunion tour, Fatone said no plans have officially been made, per The Post. However, he shared he would bring his family along if the tour became a reality.

“I’d definitely have my kids with me 100 percent. They’ve never seen something like [that], and I’d love for them to experience it, at least for a week, a month, two — I don’t care,” Fatone said.

He added, “I’ll get a tutor, whatever. But come on out.”

“Who gets to experience those things? It’s very rare that people get to experience something at that kind of magnitude,” he said of the performances.

Fatone continued, “So, let’s go. Let’s try to figure this out.”

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Despite having countless fans, the father-of-two admitted, “I will probably still be a dork to my kids, 100 percent.”

*NSYNC recently released its first song in more than two decades, “Better Place.”

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