Ariana Grande reunites NSYNC at Coachella, gushes over ‘nicest human beings’

Bessie Dean
April 16, 2019

Christine and the Queens hits the stage for her performance during the 2019 Coachella Music Festival on Saturday night (April 13) in Indio, Calif.

Ariana Grande reunited most of NSYNC during her Coachella set Sunday, a day she said she'll be recovering from "for the next twenty years".

"I've been rehearsing my whole. life for this moment!" yelled Grande, a longtime fan of the boy band.

Grande recently sampled NSYNC's song, "It Makes Me Ill", off their "No Strings Attached" album for her current single, "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" - which they also performed at Coachella.

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Despite some audio issues, Minaj powered through songs "Side to Side" and "Bang Bang" with Grande. Minaj joined the Grande on stage for their collaborations "Side to Side" and "Bang Bang" while Diddy and Mase appeared to pay tribute to The Notorious B.I.G., performing "Mo Money Mo Problems" with the headliner singing Faith Evans' verse.

Grande's Coachella performance comes after what has been a series of professional triumphs and personal trials.

As the final performer, Grande - who, at 25, is the youngest artist to ever headline the music festival - was under pressure: Not only did she have to live up to the hype, but the final season premiere of Game of Thrones threatened to steal the internet's attention.

Grande has also recently been open about her struggles with PTSD following the suicide bombing that killed 22 people at her concert in Manchester, United Kingdom, in May 2017.

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