Justin Timberlake Talks Nelly Collaboration

Jon Bream of the Star Tribune was on a conference call last month with Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, and Joey Fatone of where Justin talked about their cross collaborations — Nelly on the remix of their track ‘Girlfriend’, and *NSYNC’s role in Nelly’s upcoming release, ‘Nellyville’. Justin said, “I was really, really excited just because I thought his first album was a great, great record, and I personally consider him a blues singer, you know — even though everybody thinks he’s a rapper — because he’s got a really good voice. It was a lot of fun.”

Gene Simmons A Big Fan Of Britney Spears &

March 27, 2002 – Beat.com.au spoke with KISS guitarist Gene Simmons on whether he thinks today’s top pop acts will have 30-year careers like his band and The Rolling Stones. Simmons replied, “At the end of the day the only thing that matters is – of the people, for the people, by the people. If the people like it, then that’s the end of it. You and I could sit on the sidelines and say ‘ah yes, but it doesn’t last for 30 years’ and ‘ah yes, but it’s not like my music’. I’m a big fan of Brittney Spears and and anyone that does what they do well.”

*NSYNC’s Songs Have Mutated Into Overstuffed Monsters

March 26, 2002 – G. Brown of the Denver Post was also at last night’s *NSYNC show and also gave the show a bad review. Brown wrote, “As everyone saw at this year’s Olympics closing ceremony, *NSYNC’s songs have mutated into overstuffed monsters. At the Pepsi Center, ‘Bye Bye Bye’ had all the melodic force of, well, a Chili’s commercial.”

*NSYNC’s Denver Show Tepid At Best

March 26, 2002 – Mark Brown of The Rocky Mountain News was at Monday night’s *NSYNC concert held at Denver’s Pepsi Center and didn’t leave very happy. Brown said the group put “on a tired, repetitive performance that fans have already paid for in the past.” Brown added, “Critics keep wishfully thinking that the boy-band trend is dying out but, if anything, it’s committing suicide. Sure, the natural expiration date is coming up fast, but the band is hastening its own demise with this tour, a clear attempt to cash in while the cash is still there.”

Ana Maria Spends Weekend With *NSYNC In Vegas

March 26, 2002 – Ana Maria of Eden’s Crush posted on her official website on Friday (3-22), “Anyhow, I’ve been having a lot of fun lately! I saw *NSYNC’s show in Phoenix and in Vegas and had the best time! I love the new show! They are having a lot more fun on stage and it’s a lot more relaxed then last years tour. Backstage everyone was chilling and no one seemed to be in a hurry. So, I spent last weekend in Vegas with some of the guys, and I won $614 just rolling dice at craps for the first time… I’m not a Gambler, but I had a lot of fun.” Ana is currently working on her solo album in Los Angeles.

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