AceShowbiz - Singer Lance Bass has dismissed speculation 'NSYNC will be regrouping for a new tour without Justin Timberlake following the success of their surprise Coachella appearance with Ariana Grande.
Bass reunited with Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, and JC Chasez on 14 April and hit the stage with superstar Ariana to deliver renditions of "It Makes Me Ill" and 1997 hit "Tearin' Up My Heart" - complete with choreography - at the Indio, California festival.
Timberlake chose to sit out the get-together as he had just completed his rescheduled "Man of the Woods" tour on the eve of the festival gig, and therefore had no time to rehearse for Coachella.
Despite his absence, the four-piece delighted fans with its brief set and reportedly began receiving a string of lucrative concert offers, leading to rumours suggesting the remaining bandmates were considering heading back out on the road, 17 years after 'NSYNC's split.
Live Nation's senior vice president of touring, Brad Wavra, who previously served as the pop stars' promoter, told Billboard, "The four of them would be great. There's no denying the talent that Justin has, but the four of them together proved it (at Coachella): The music sounded great, they looked great, the fan response was awesome and I think that that would be the same all across America."
However, it appears any talk of a possible tour is just that, as Bass insists they are all too busy with their own lives to stage more than a one-off gig.
"We're a weird group. I mean, all five of us just have such different careers going right now. It's hard to bring us back together," he told Us Weekly.
"Things that make sense, like Coachella, yeah, that's easy, that's fun. So, if something like that comes up again, I'm sure you would see us perform. But making another album and touring's probably not in the cards for us."
All five members of 'NSYNC last came together in 2018 to unveil a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.