Overall, a great time was had by all at Mulcahy's, which makes it the quintessential venue for 90's night on Long Island.
Fatone confirmed to TMZ that the reunion is for sure not going to happen: That means none of the *NSYNC guys have been rehearsing with Justin Timberlake for the halftime show, which means no reunion.
Of course, JT has more than enough songs of his own to fill the 15ish-minute time slot, but for a bunch of his fans, his time with *NSYNC will always be their favorite version of Timberlake.
Fans tuning into JT's big performance on Sunday, Feb.
4 hoping to get an *NSYNC reunion and hear some of his early hits like "Bye Bye Bye" and "It's Gonna Be Me" have a major letdown coming their way: Joey Fatone just confirmed there will be no *NSYNC reunion at the Super Bowl this year. Rumors of a possible *NSYNC reunion began swirling right after the NFL announced Justin Timberlake would be the Super Bowl halftime show performer for 2018.
Joey Fatone also addressed the other collaboration speculation that everyone has been wondering about since Justin Timberlake was announced as the halftime performer: will Janet Jackson appear on stage with him?