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'N Sync to Perform for Their Charity

‘N Sync haven’t completely gone “Bye, Bye, Bye.”

The boy-band pop group will perform together for the first time since the 2003 Grammy Awards as part of a benefit for their charity, the Challenge for the Children Foundation.

The event will be held July 23-25 in Miami. The five ‘N Sync members, including Justin Timberlake, will sing the national anthem before a charity basketball game.

Celebrities expected to attend include actress Shannon Elizabeth, Jamie-Lynn DiScala of “The Sopranos” and rapper Jermaine Dupri.

Challenge for the Children Foundation was created by ‘N Sync in 1999 to raise money for children’s programs and charities throughout the country.

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