Ariana Grande may be joined by NSYNC on stage at Coachella
The 25-year-old songstress left a series of cryptic messages on social media indicating her favorite boy band may join her on-stage
Fans were convinced Ariana Grande may be performing with NSYNC at the upcoming Coachella, thanks to her cryptic posts.
On April 11, the '7 Rings' singer shared a concert video of her and mom Joan Grande at an NSYNC concert 20 years ago. The clip showed baby Ariana as dancing in her mom’s arms to the band’s song 'Thinking of You' on the band's July 2, 1999, concert in Sunrise, Florida.
Later, she also shared a newly recorded snippet video of her dancing to another of the band’s hit, 1997 song 'Tearin’ Up My Heart,' lip-syncing to "If you want me girl, let me know. I am down on my knees." Fans' speculation started immediately.
the best medicine 🖤 90s baby 🎧📹 pic.twitter.com/lQuTf2Udoo— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) April 11, 2019
A source confirmed to TMZ, the songstress will perform with her favorite boy band as NSYNC is slated to join her onstage at Coachella.
"Our Coachella sources tell us 'NSYNC is planning something with Ariana onstage Sunday night during her headlining set ... the only question ... will the '90s heartthrobs sing, dance or do both?!?" the publication reported.
However, TMZ further reported that in the NSYNC reunion performance, Justin Timberlake will not be participating. Other band members, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and JC Chasez will be performing with the 'Break Up With Your Girlfriend' singer.
Further, Grande's manager Scooter Braun, retweeted her videos, hyping up her upcoming Coachella set. Braun hinted there were surprises in store, saying that audiences have "no idea what's coming."