Last week, Justin Timberlake serenaded his blushing bride, Jessica Biel, as she walked down the aisle in a pink Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown at their intimate wedding in southern Italy. One hundred guests attended the nuptials. But while Jimmy Fallon, Andy Samberg, Timbaland and Biel's "7th Heaven" co-star Beverley Mitchell watched Timberlake and Biel tie the knot, his former 'NSYNC bandmates were conspicuously absent.
Former band members Lance Bass and Joey Fatone were reportedly snubbed an invitation to the ceremony, Us Weekly reported. JC Chasez and Chris Kirkpatrick reportedly scored an invite but neither attended.
While many fans of 'NSYNC may beg the band to get back together, don't count on it happening any time soon, or ever. The band members have had mixed comments about whether or not they will follow in the footsteps of the Backstreet Boys, New Kids on the Block and, now, 98 Degrees in doing a reunion tour.
Find out what 'NSYNC's other members have been up to while Timberlake was walking down the aisle.
JC Chasez tried his hand at a solo career after 'NSYNC ended. His first single, "Blowin' Me Up (With Her Love)" did well on the charts, but his album wasn't a huge commercial success. Chasez found his groove in producing and writing for other artists, including David Archuleta, Leona Lewis and even the Backstreet Boys.
Chasez is currently a judge on MTV's "America's Best Dance Crew." He's also had guest starring television roles on "Las Vegas," "Ghost Whisperer" and "Touched by an Angel."
While he's not singing or acting, you can find Chasez saving lives. Last New Year's Day, the singer rescued a 1-year-old girl on a Miami beach after a helicopter flying too close to the ground sent an umbrella flying across the sand.
Since 'NSYNC split up, Joey Fatone has been hitting the dance floor. The 35-year-old competed in the fourth season of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" where he came in second to Apolo Ohno. Last month he came back for "Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars," but along with his professional partner, Kym Johnson, he was the second dancer eliminated.
Besides dancing, Fatone is the announcer for "Family Feud" and hosts the Live Well Network's "My Family Recipe Rocks," which focuses on homegrown cooks and their homemade specialties. Last January, he also competed on the Food Network's "Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off," where he raised money for his charity, the Fatone Family Foundation.
On top of reality TV, Fatone has also starred on Broadway in such shows as "Rent" and "Little Shop of Horrors."
Fatone lives in Orlando, Fla., with his wife, Kelly, and their two daughters, Briahna and Kloey.
Lance Bass launched his own daily radio show on Sirius XM called "Dirty Pop With Lance Bass" where he talks about all things pop culture. The show, which kicked off last month, is a live, two-hour call-in show. Before this, Bass had another show on Sirius called "The Pop Ten With Lance Bass."
Bass also competed on season seven of "Dancing With the Stars" where he finished third.
Since revealing that he was gay in July 2006, Bass has been very active with LGBT rights, including producing the documentary "Mississippi I Am," which follows the story of a Mississippi teenager who was denied the right to go to prom with her girlfriend.
After 'NSYNC, Chris Kirkpatrick tried several different routes to stay in the music spotlight. In 2008, Kirkpatrick joined CMT's "Gone Country" where celebrities attempted to become country crooners with the help of Big & Rich's John Rich. He also starred on VH1's "Mission Man Band," which took old performers from famous bands and tried to make a new band. It didn't succeed. Now, Kirkpatrick performs with his band, Nigels 11.
Kirkpatrick had big news Thursday when he reportedly got engaged to his girlfriend of two years girlfriend Karly Skladany, according to Us Weekly.