In the late 1990s and early 2000s, fans all over the world were in love with the guys of *NSYNC! More than 20 years later, they're no longer boys but men with their own families. In honor of *NSYNC member Chris Kirkpatrick's 50th birthday on Oct. 17, 2021, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at how he, Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and JC Chasez and their families have evolved since their boy band days. Keep reading for a guide to the *NSYNC significant others and kids…
In 2010, Chris Kirkpatrick started dating marketing rep Karly Skladany. After two years of dating, Chris proposed to Karly during a trip to Italy. They're pictured here in 2013 during a charity golf event in Florida.
In 2013, Chris Kirkpatrick (pictured here with his wife in 2021) married Karly Skladany in Orlando, Florida, with all the members of *NSYNC in attendance. "What's really hilarious to me is that we went to get fitted for our tuxes at Men's Wearhouse — and he got us the cheapest tuxes there he could possibly get, which I think is so Chris and very lovely. I mean that's just who he is," bandmate Lance Bass shared on his SiriusXM radio show, referring to the fact that all the band members were ushers or groomsmen at the wedding. "I think it's hilarious to know that Justin Timberlake is going to be in a Men's Wearhouse tux ushering the wedding."
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In 2017, Chris Kirkpatrick and wife Karly welcomed son Nash Dylan in Nashville. Father and son are seen here in July 2021.
Justin Timberlake started dating actress Jessica Biel in 2007. After taking a brief break, they reconciled and became engaged in late 2011. They're pictured here in 2009 walking the red carpet at the Met Gala.
In October 2012, Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake (pictured here in February 2020) wed in Italy — with none of his former bandmates in attendance. Their marriage hasn't been without challenges. In late 2019, JT was photographed holding hands with and touching a female co-star at a New Orleans bar while in town for a film shoot. "A few weeks ago I displayed a strong lapse in judgment — but let me be clear — nothing happened between me and my costar," he later said in an Instagram post. "I apologize to my amazing wife and family for putting them through such an embarrassing situation, and I am focused on being the best husband and father I can be."
In 2015, Justin Timberlake and wife Jessica Biel welcomed son Silas, seen here on the golf course with his parents in August 2019. "Would I want my child to follow my path?" Justin mused during a 2017 interview with The Hollywood Reporter. "You know, I haven't been able to answer that question in my mind. If he wanted it bad enough, I suppose I could teach him a lot about what not to do."
In July 2020, Jessica Biel quietly gave birth to her second child with Justin Timberlake — son Phineas. "I had, like, a secret COVID baby," she said on Dax Shepard's "Armchair Expert" podcast. "It wasn't like it was supposed to be a secret. It was just, COVID happened, and then I went to Montana with my family and never left." The couple has not yet been publicly photographed with Phineas.
Joey Fatone married his high school sweetheart, Kelly Baldwin, in 2004 after 10 years together. The two (seen here in 2006) wed in Long Island, New York, with all the members of *NSYNC in attendance. Their daughter Briahna, who was born in 2001, was their flower girl.
Joey Fatone and wife Kelly later expanded their brood with daughter Kloey (pictured here with older sister Briahna in 2016). Kloey, who was born in 2010, is "on the spectrum of autism and there are all different types, so everyone handles their child differently, but we handle it as we go, like most parents," Joey told "Entertainment Tonight" in 2017. "The things that I was able to simply explain or express to Briahna when she was young, I have to kind of take a different approach with Kloey, for her to understand."
Joey Fatone said "Bye Bye Bye" to wife Kelly, filing for divorce in 2019 after years of separation. He's called Izabel Araujo his "Girlfriend" since 2014. In 2018, she posted an ode to him on Instagram for their anniversary writing, "4 years ago I met him at #halloweenhorrornights for our first date. We've been celebrating it every year at the same place ever since. Not your typical love story but I wouldn't change a thing!! Looking forward to celebrating many more with my partner in crime!"
In 2006, Lance Bass publicly came out as a gay man on the cover of People magazine. After a few public relationships, in 2011, he began dating aspiring model and actor Michael Turchin (pictured here in the Hamptons in 2011).
Lance Bass married Michael Turchin in 2014 in Los Angeles in front of JC Chasez, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick. JC had the honor of singing the couple's first dance song along with Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth. In early 2020, Lance (seen here with his husband in 2019) opened up about their plans to start a family. "We've met with surrogates, we're looking at eggs, we now have the person representing us, and contracts are being made, and it's such a process that we had no idea existed. But it's also fascinating too. It's already amazing," he told "Entertainment Tonight."
In October 2021, Lance Bass and Michael Turchin (seen here in September that same year) shared some very happy news with fans: They welcomed twins — son Alexander James and daughter Violet Betty — via surrogate.
JC Chasez remains the only member of *NSYNC who's never walked down the aisle. He's been dating Jennifer HuYoung for more than six years. They're seen here at the 2020 Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party.