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The 5 Best Reunions Of The Past Year

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Last night during the MTV Video Music Awards, Justin Timberlake brought his boys back up on stage for a ‘N SYNC’s first public performance in nearly a decade. Earlier that night, Danity Kane announced they were officially getting back together (sans D. Woods) and headed back to the studio. Lump this on top of the 98 Degrees/Boyz II Men/New Kids On The Block tour and you have a ’90s resurgence happening. In the past year, at least five major pop groups reunited, if only for a night, to take fans down memory lane.

5. New Kids On The Block

The group has partnered with 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men for a comeback summer tour that is chock full of old hits, memories of first kisses and awkward school dances. NKOTB showed they still have the stuff during a special medley performance on the Today show. And if that wasn’t enough to make you fall back in love with them, Donnie Wahlberg has been making Wednesdays the best day to get on Twitter.

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  • Jared MacBride

    A variety of music most of us were hoping to forget.

  • boring

    @Jared MacBride: Seriously, I’ve never seen such so many bands in a single article so cynically and coldly reunited for only one specific reason: to bank on 30-year-olds with disposable income and a hard-on for unwarranted nostalgia.

  • QJ201

    @boring: ^^^THIS

  • ZacharyG

    To be honest, i find it funny at the resurgence of the boybands of old in response to the fresh batch of boy bands in the style of The Wanted and One Direction. It’s a bit like they’re poking their heads up to say ‘bitches, respect.’

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