Justin Timberlake Wants Bigger Payout To Return To *NSYNC

According to Groovevolt.com, the hiccup in getting to re-unite is ’s demand for a larger share of the pie thanks to his huge solo success. “This is the kind of of thing that goes along with the territory. You build on your success without thinking about how your band mates may feel,” a source said, adding, “Timberlake could very well end up like Sisqo and Dru Hill who reunited after his successful solo album and never seemed to gain the respect of their fans again.”

The entire Guess What update, including gossip on Jennifer Lopez, has since been removed at Groovevolt.com.

*NSYNC’s CFTC Ticket Sales News

April 19, 2004 – According to *NSYNC’s fan club tickets for this year’s Challenge For The Children, to be held again in South Beach, Florida, will go onsale to the general public Saturday, May 22nd. For fanclub members the sale will take place Monday, May 17th and end Thursday, May 20th. Read on for prices for all sales.

Saturday-Celebrity Skills Challenge (Collin’s Park-on the beach event)

All sections: $35

Sunday-Celebrity Basketball Game (Ft. Lauderdale)
Price Level One: $40
There will be other price levels for $30 and for $20 available through the general ticket sales if you wish to wait for these.

Two-Day Tickets (discounted price)
Price Level One: $65
There will be other price levels for $55 and $45 through the general ticket sales if you wish to wait for these.

General sales will happen at all Ticketmaster locations and at ticketmaster.com starting on May 22nd.


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7 thoughts on “Justin Timberlake Wants Bigger Payout To Return To *NSYNC

  1. popnicklover says:

    What a big-headed ego maniac! Can’t believe he’ll only reunite with N Sync if he gets a bigger paycheck than the rest of the members. Justin’s such a loser–I hope his “successful solo career” fades out soon and he goes broke!

  2. urbaniz3d says:

    Justin is a phony piece of *****. He acts like he’s talented enough to make all these bullsh** demands. Umm, Justin, you’re not even the most talented guy in your own group. JC is a billion times more talented than you could ever be. Just because you got the Neptunes & Timabaland producing your overhyped Justified doesn’t mean you deserve more money to come back the group that made your sorry ass famous.

  3. mariahsbiggestfan says:

    that is so sad. I don’t know how true this article is ,but you never turn your back on the people who helped you get to where you are now. I hope that his decision doesn’t backfire and put him in a situation where he’s not on top anymore.

  4. texassoftballchick says:

    Justin Timberlake does not need N Sync to survive. They need him. Look at the pathetic attempt at a solo album by JC Chasez. So bad it got outsold by Will Hung. Even many boy band groupies didn’t buy it. N Sync is past history. Let’s keep Justin and send the rest of the talentless losers into space with Lance Bassface.

  5. galleta says:

    Too bad people didn’t give JC’s or Nicks cd’s a chance they were both good and to me they were both better than Justin’s, Justin just got the urban demographics which pushed him over the edge.

  6. BLUEGEMINI7 says:

    I don’t give a sh** either way but Justin is stupid to go back to that teenybopping sh** he claimed he was over with. He would be contradicting himself big time after all the BS he talked. He should stick by himself! “Timberlake could very well end up like Sisqo and Dru Hill who reunited after his successful solo album and never seemed to gain the respect of their fans again” So true!

  7. koolone says:

    You couldn’t be more right. I’m not a Justin hater… I actually have his CD (it’s not bad). I could’ve been more musically artistic if he he didn’t seek out the two “hottest” producers to produce his album. It was a good album, but I think it took away from it. It caused the album to only have 2 1/2 sounds. Anyway, JC and Nick’s albums were flawless… it’s just bad promotion and lack of promotion in Nick’s case that caused these albums to do so poorly. JC is by far more talented than Justin, better singer, better song writer and one listen of his CD will reveal that he’s also more musically creative.

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