5 Songs 'NSync Should Sing at Their Reunion Tonight

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I love boy bands, this much is true. But even if I didn't, I'd probably still be a little intrigued by fact that 'NSync reuniting IS tonight, as evidenced by their newly created Twitter account.

So what will their performance tonight include?! Hopefully it's some kind of AMAZING song medley, like their 2000 performance that combined "This I Promise You," "Bye Bye Bye," and "It's Gonna Be Me." We need that. Except with all 'NSync songs, ever. Here are 5 songs they should totally sing at their reunion tonight.

#5: Here We Go

How pumped would everyone be if they started with this song? It was a total underdog. Technically, the single was only released in Germany, but this song would be the perfect start to a medley. (Especially given that it's got this deliciously cheese line: "Yes yes yes, here we go, 'NSync has got the flow.")

#4: I Want You Back

This may not have been 'NSync's most popular song, but it was their first single, so they'd get major nostalgia points with this one. This single alone sold more than 1 million copies. It's fun, catchy, and it would be a nice throwback. Bonus points if they wear their original outfits and/or break out the original choreography.

#3: It's Gonna Be Me

I feel like this song is unfairly forgotten as an 'NSync single despite its awesomeness. (Most may remember this single from their music video, where they dressed as dolls — not to be confused with marionettes, because there was a difference, y'all.) I especially love the remixed version from their 2000 performance at the awards show.

#2: Tearin' Up My Heart

This song was so good that there were entire EPs dedicated to it complete with remixes, slightly different versions, and radio edits. This, as well as the next song on our list, are arguably the two most recognizable 'NSync songs. If they were to reprise one of their old singles, this NEEDS to be one of them.

#1: Bye Bye Bye

"Bye Bye Bye" was easily 'NSync's biggest song. It peaked at number 4 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and also climbed the charts in most countries where it was released. Plus we could all collectively sing along since we all know the words. (Admit it.) If they don't sing this, I quit. (Just kidding, I would never quit boy bands.)



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