*Nsync are set to launch a range of merchandise celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut record.
The boy band, made up of Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and JC Chasez, called it quits in 2002 after a string of hits including Pop, Girlfriend and This I Promise You.
However, the stars are now reuniting on a new line of products, having joined forces with licensing and branding company Epic Rights, as it will soon be two decades since they unveiled their self-titled album in 1998.
"The band is thrilled to create an exciting new line of merch with Epic Rights in celebration of our 20th anniversary," Lance said of the venture in a statement, adding that the line will feature apparel, gifts, accessories, and collectibles.
Billboard reports there will be a '90s vibe in the clothes and accessories, which have been created alongside a few of the era's most famed fashion labels.
Album covers, logos, and photos of the group will be transformed into items such as T-shirts, home decor and slot machines, with Epic Rights also set to look after the group's online presence.
"*NSYNC ushered in the modern age of huge merchandise sales both at their sold-out concerts and at retail. We are certain we will have equal success today," Dell Furano, chief executive and founder of Epic Rights, added.
It's not yet known if all the members will reunite for the collaboration, or for when they get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in spring.
But before then, fans can enjoy their festive album Home for Christmas once again, as it's set to be re-released in December.