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'N Sync: Making the Tour (2000)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | Video 21 February 2001
*NSYNC's Making The Tour is a sneak peek into the creation of the group's highly successful No Strings Attached Tour, from set design to rehearsal, featuring footage not seen in the original MTV broadcast!

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Jason A. Carbone
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Credited cast:
*NSYNC ... Themselves
Lance Bass ... Himself (as James Lance Bass)
J.C. Chasez ... Himself
Joey Fatone ... Himself
Chris Kirkpatrick ... Himself
Justin Timberlake ... Himself
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*NSYNC's Making The Tour is a sneak peek into the creation of the group's highly successful No Strings Attached Tour, from set design to rehearsal, featuring footage not seen in the original MTV broadcast!

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Documentary | Music

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 February 2001 (Japan) See more »

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great look behind the scenes
8 September 2004 | by yohabroha86See all my reviews

this is a must for a nsync fan or for anyone to really appreciate artists who goes on tours. It shows that it's not just go up on stage stand there and look pretty and thats about it. It's not just everyone else working hard and the artist gets to sit there on their butts. The artist has to put in a great amount of work and that's what this video makes you realize if you didn't already know it. It made me have more respect for NSYNC seeing how hard they really work. There is also many amusing moments of NSYNC fooling around and great footage of them practicing dances to their sophomore album 'No Strings Attached'. It includes concert footage at the end of the video. All that said, it's also great to watch just so you could feast your eyes on the guys (i'm very partial to lance myself) it's definitely worth buying it was a great idea to make a video of what it's like preparing a tour.


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