Will Justin Timberlake Reunite with NSYNC for Coachella Weekend 2?

So unless you live under a rock, you know that Coachella went down this weekend. Even if you do live under a rock you still probably had to deal with one of the Coachella attendees stealing your rock and using it for their costume. Anyway, this year was huge because a) Ariana Grande was performing and b) because she almost brought out NSYNC. I say almost because as I've said since they broke up, it isn't considered a reunion unless Justin Timberlake is involved. I know I know they are a band and they have multiple members but I don't care. It's not a comeback unless the most popular member comes back. If One Direction came back without Harry Styles it wouldn't be 1D and if the Jonas Brothers came back without Nick Jonas it wouldn't be the Jonas Brothers.So now that we got that out of the way we can move on with the reason JT missed out on the reunion...

Justin Timberlake's noticeable absence from'NSYNC's appearance at Coachella didn't have anything to do with bad blood ... he just couldn't find time to rehearse with his old bandmates. 
Sources with knowledge tell TMZ ... Justin was approached along with the other members of 'NSYNC to do the surprise collab withAriana Grande, but he ultimately said no because he was finishing up his rescheduled world tour.
We're told JT considered signing on and thought the idea was really cool ... but he just couldn't get his schedule lined up for rehearsals withLance Bass,Joey Fatone,Chris KirkpatrickandJC Chasez.  

Apparently JT couldn't make it because of his tour. I get it, he was on a huge tour and you need to rehears these massive events. Well that leads me to my next thought... Does JT make an appearance for weekend 2 of Coachella? It has to happen right? He now has a week to rehears and I know that's not much but he can't be any worse than Nicki Minaj's tech problems...

So I gotta know, do you think Justin Timberlake will perform with NSYNC and Ariana Grande at Coachella Weekend 2????

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