Former 'Nsync star J.C. Chasez is adamant the group won't be cashing in on the current popularity of boy bands as they have all moved on since their chart heyday.
All-male groups have become popular again among music fans, with British bands The Wanted and One Direction shooting up the U.S. charts and the Backstreet Boys and New Kids On The Block enjoying successful resurgences.
However, Chasez insists he and his former bandmates Justin Timberlake, Joey Fatone, Lance Bass and Chris Kirkpatrick aren't tempted to cash in on the trend by making a comeback.
He tells The Hollywood Reporter, "It's just not in the cards. I'm sure that everybody in my group has been asked at one time or another - I know I get asked, I know the other guys get asked - but we're happy with what it was and we're happy to move on."
"We really feel like if you're going to do something like that, it has to be for all the right reasons. Everybody says, 'Oh, you'll make a ton of money, you'll get a ton of people to come,' but that's not the reason we did what we did in the first place."
"We did what we did because we believed we had something to offer the entertainment world that was essentially fresh, and until we feel that way again, it's not gonna happen."