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*NSYNC's Lance Bass Poses with Travis Kelce at Justin Timberlake Concert, Jokes #StillNotTaylorSwift

"Karma is the guy on the Chiefs," wrote Bass while sharing the photo on his Instagram Story

<p>lance bass/instagram</p> (L-R) Travis Kelce, Lance Bass

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(L-R) Travis Kelce, Lance Bass

Lance Bass is a fan of Taylor Swift and her boyfriend Travis Kelce!

On Wednesday, the *NSYNC band member, 44, posed for a photo with Kelce backstage at Justin Timberlake's free show in Los Angeles.

Bass—who has been vocal about being a Swiftie—shared the photo of the two on his Instagram Story, referencing Swift's viral "Karma" lyric change writing, "Karma is the guy on the Chiefs." The photo showed Bass with his arm around Kelce, smiling from ear to ear.

The boy band member also tagged Kelce, 34, underneath the photo and hilariously wrote, "#StillNotTaylorSwift."

<p>lance bass/instagram</p> Lance Bass poses with Travis Kelce in a photo on his Instagram Story

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Lance Bass poses with Travis Kelce in a photo on his Instagram Story

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He and his fellow bandmates, JC ChasezJoey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick, were at Timberlake's concert for their first live onstage performance since the 2013 VMAs.

The band performed a medley of their classic hits and their new song "Paradise," which is featured on Timberlake's newly released album, Everything I Thought It Was.

When Timberlake teased the song on Instagram, Kirkpatrick, 52, commented, "Would be fun to perform this together sometime!" Fatone, 47, quipped, "I sound good !!!!" Bass wrote, "I've been waiting forever, right here for this moment."

Besides watching the show, Kelce posed for a sweet photo with Kirkpatrick's 6-year-old son Nash. Kirkpatrick's wife Karlyn Skladany shared the photo on her Instagram Story alongside the text, "Something big happened tonight...😂."

Like Kelce, Swift, 34, is also a big fan of *NSYNC.

When the group gave Swift friendship bracelets while presenting her with the award for best pop video at the 2023 VMAs, Swift began her acceptance speech by proclaiming how big of a *NSYNC fan she is.

"I had your dolls. Like, are you doing something? What's going to happen now ... They're going to do something and I need to know what it is," said Swift.

<p>Ezra Shaw/Getty</p> Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift at the 2024 Super Bowl

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Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift at the 2024 Super Bowl

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"You're pop personified, so to receive this from your golden pop hands is really ... it's too much," she added. "Thank you for the friendship bracelets."

Bass later credited Swift and her fandom as the reason behind the positive reaction the band received.

"It is beautiful, you know? To be this age and the fans are still this excited, it is a dream come true. I had no idea the fandom would go this nuts. I blame Taylor Swift," he told Entertainment Tonight in September 2023.

<p>TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty</p> Taylor Swift and Joey Fatone, Lance Bass and Justin Timberlake at the 2023 VMAs

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Taylor Swift and Joey Fatone, Lance Bass and Justin Timberlake at the 2023 VMAs

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"I think she sicced the Swifties on us and I think the Swifties and the *NSYNCers just kind of created this tsunami. And I think it's been so fun," Bass added.

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