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NSYNC's VMA reunion: Lance Bass and Joey Fatone reveal the glitch we didn't see -- VIDEO

It’s been a few years — more than a decade, actually — since NSYNC wrapped their final tour, 2001′s PopOdyssey. So it was to be expected at the group’s brief VMA reunion, during Justin Timberlake’s career-spanning performance, that there could be a few hiccups onstage. What the guys couldn’t plan for, however, was the technical glitch that gave Chris Kirkpatrick some extra (accidental) time in the spotlight.

Lance Bass and Joey Fatone paid a visit to E!’s Hello Ross on Friday and revealed why there were reports of a “catfight” between Bass and Kirkpatrick at last month’s awards show. What really went down? Check out the video below:
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NSYNC play hacky sack backstage because they thought it was 1998 again -- VIDEO

No strings attached!

If you haven’t yet made peace with the fact that an NSYNC reunion album is probably not happening, this nostalgia-ready video isn’t going to help things. On Monday, Lance Bass uploaded a clip of a little pre-show hacky sack game among a group of guys. Nothing to see here!

OH WAIT. The guys were NSYNC and the game was right before the VMAs, a.k.a. their pre-show performance ritual of passing a hacky sack to all five of them without dropping the ball lives on. Yippie-Yi-Yay! These are men in their 30s, so they are a little out of practice. The video is mostly cute for watching them try (Oh, Starbucks-clutching Justin, you do care!) and briefly remembering their goofy personas, stellar athletic performances or not.

Check out the video below and contemplate how many dollars you would spend to hang out backstage with the ever-so-briefly reunited boy band. (The limit does not exist.)
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George Takei, Evan Rachel Wood, Lance Bass, other celebs change their profile pictures in support of marriage equality

Lots of web-surfers today are seeing red, but it’s not at all because they’re feeling irritated, angry, or bull-like. Facebook and Twitter have turned red and pink as the Supreme Court discussed whether to overturn Proposition 8.

On the two social media sites, the Human Rights Campaign changed its blue and yellow logo to a red and pink version of the image of an ‘equals’ sign.

“Red is a symbol for love, and that’s what marriage is all about,” Human Rights Campaign spokesperson Charlie Joughin told MSNBC.com. “We wanted to give people an opportunity to show their support for marriage equality in a public and visible way.” READ FULL STORY

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