Your transfer, Timberlake! Lance Bass nailed all of the strikes from NSYNC’s ‘It’s Gonna Be Me’ music video on TikTok, simply in time for May 1. Break out the memes.
There are three issues sure in life: demise, taxes, and the “It’s Gonna Be May” meme popping up on April 30. Lance Bass leaned into the unofficial vacation by recreating all the choreography to NSYNC‘s “It’s Gonna Be Me” music video by himself. It’s been 21 years, and but Lance nonetheless is aware of each transfer completely. Justin Timberlake is shaking.
Compare Lance’s TikTok to the unique 2000 music video above and dare to say you’ll be able to spot a distinction within the choreography. Yes, Lance is at residence in his PJs whereas dancing, however he crushed it. The singer, 41, poked enjoyable at his former bandmate, Justin, by tagging the put up #RamenNoodles. Ask an elder millennial to inform you about how everybody (lovingly) mentioned that Justin’s hair sprayed curls plastered to his head regarded like ramen if this hashtag doesn’t make sense.
The “It’s Gonna Be May” meme originated on Tumblr in 2012 when person amyricha posted a photograph of Justin from his NSYNC days together with that phrase. It’s poking enjoyable at how every time the “SexyBack” artist says the phrase “me” within the tune, it feels like “may.” Cue everybody on the web posting on April 30.
Guess what? It’s gonna be May pic.twitter.com/K9DVIhxCDm
— Endry is fundamental (@NefariousBard) April 30, 2021
You know, like when individuals put up “time to wake up Billie Joe Armstrong!” when September ends? As for if we’ll ever see all of the NSYNC guys reunite to do the choreography collectively, that’s up within the air. Lance did tell us in 2019 that they’ve an album that was by no means launched throughout their boy band days. “There‘s a lot of songs written for it,” he dished. “Those songs are old now, so I don’t know if we could we… I don’t know, who knows if we‘ll ever do more music together.”