Ariana Grande casually reunites 'N Sync at Coachella

Ariana Grande casually reunites 'N Sync at Coachella

Grande also sang Timberlake's parts since he was wrapping up his "Man of the Woods" tour in CT and was unable to attend.

News of the fire quickly spread on social media as music festivalgoers posted photos and videos of the blaze.

Grande had previously been joined by Nicki Minaj, P. Diddy and Mase.

Grande, who also performed her hit God Is a Woman, gave the quartet a huge introduction in saying, 'I've been waiting all my motherf***ing life to say this: *NSYNC!'

Johnson left red faced after practice swing gaffe
Playing in consecutive groups during the second round Friday, Kisner and Johnson had some, let's just say, interesting moments. The 43-year old was not assessed a penalty and the shot did not count as a stroke as Johnson had no intention to hit the ball.

TMZ spoiled the surprise a few days ago, but the rumour proved true: Pop superstar Ariana Grande and 90s boy band sensation 'N Sync collaborated to close down the first weekend of Coachella on Sunday night (minus Justin Timberlake, of course).

In October, Grande broke off her engagement to SNL performer Pete Davidson.

In February, the singer notched her fourth No. 1 album with Thank u, Next, just months after the release of her third chart-topper. 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.

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