Ariana Grande thanks "childhood heroes" NSYNC after performance at Coachella

Grande took to Instagram to thank NSYNC for their time and the chance to perform with them in a series of posts


                            Ariana Grande thanks "childhood heroes" NSYNC after performance at Coachella

Singer-songwriter Ariana Grande's performance rocked the music world April 14 with an astounding performance at Coachella. The fact that she brought together NSYNC (Justin Timberlake's absence aside) only made fans happier. Grande has since taken to Instagram to thank NSYNC for their time and the chance to perform with them in a series of posts.

She shared a group picture from the night of performance and captioned it, "I’ll be recovering from this moment for the next twenty years tbh. the nicest human beings possible. 🖤  It can go either way when you meet your childhood heroes and no one has ever been kinder or cooler or sillier or more lovely to be around. Ever! Also how the f*** do y’all still sound and dance exactly like you did when my mom and i followed you around on tour when i was 5? Thank you thank you thank you for your time and energy and i love you so much forever."



 



 

The singer said she will not stop posting about this anytime soon. She wrote, "I am never going to stop posting about this, unfollow me today." To this, one of the members of NSYNC, Lance Bass replied, "One more time?!!!"

Grande performed the top two headlining sets at the music festival, where she also staged the reunion of '90s band NSYNC with members Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone, Lance Bass and JC Chasez; and before the band appeared on stage, Grande said, "I've been rehearsing my whole f***ing life for this moment." Her set, which was almost 90 minutes long, also included guest performances by Nicki Minaj, Diddy and Mase. Diddy, Mase, and Grande performed 'Mo Money Mo Problems' as a tribute to The Notorious B.I.G.

Justin Timberlake, who used to be a member of NSYNC shared a picture of his old bandmates with Grande on Instagram and wrote, "You guys killed it last night!"