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September 1, 1999
Pay-Per-View Special to Air Soon The Pay-Per-View Special you've all been hearing so much about has finally been confirmed and will air Saturday September 11th. The show starts at 8 pm, but your best bet would be to tune in before that. There's a free half-hour of behind the scenes footage beforehand. The concert is available through DIRECTV and EchoStar direct broadcast satellite providers and Viewer's Choice, TVN, and DIVA programming services, with a suggested price of $19.95. It will re-air throughout September. Call your cable or satellite provider to learn how you can order the special. Depending on your provider, you might have to get a special box to view the concert, so don't wait until the last minute to call.
Entertainmenteen Premiere Issue Features Justin Justin Timberlake graces the cover of the premiere issue of a new teen entertainment magazine, EntertainmenTeen. The issue contains an interview in which mom Lynn gives us the inside scoop on her famous son, dishes on his relationships with girls...and with Britney. It also contains an article providing insiders secrets on what 'N Sync and Backstreet Boys are really like. You can pick up a copy of it wherever magazines are sold. Plus find out how to win a stage costume of Justin's from the tour.
'N Sync Scheduled to Appear on CMA's It has been announced that 'N Sync and Alabama will peform their Billboard-charting hit remake God Must Have Spent A Little More Time on You at the Country Music Awards on September 22nd.
'N Sync Returns to Colorado Recently 'N Sync returned to Colorado for a show. Their last show in the state took place in the aftermath of the Columbine High School shooting. During that visit, 'N Sync stopped by the hospital to spend some time with shootig victims. When the guys returned last month, they invited the Columbine friends they had made to the show. In an effort to decrease tragedies such as the Columbine massacre, 'N Sync has joined forces with other celebrities as a part of TeenCentral.Net. TeenCentral.Net is an innovative and individualized, self-guided, problem- solving website for teens that offers information and resources; real-life case studies about resolving crisis; interviews and stories from other teens; advice from celebrities, sports figures and others whom teens look up to; and an interactive section that allows visitors to share their own stories and validate their concerns safely and anonymously.
Challenge For The Children is Success 'N Sync's Challenge for Children was a huge success. The Knights (including Justin and Joey) won the game despite the Daze team getting a little help from coach Kobe Bryant and Reggie Miller. The event raised an estimated $50,000 which will be divided among various local children's charities. 'N Sync plans to funnel some of that money to relief aid in Turkey. The guys hope to make the charity game an annual event.
Summer Music Mania '99 'N Sync owned the Summer Music Mania concert on Monday night. It was obvious that the sold-out venue was packed with fans, who for the most part were there to see 'n Sync fist and foremost. Surprisingly though, despite the 'N Sync hype produced by local radio and television stations, the boys only performed three songs: Tearin' Up My Heart, I Drive Myself Crazy (with an a cappella intro), and I Want You Back. The four hour concert presented by the upcoming movie Drive Me Crazy starring Melissa Joan Hart will be aired as a two hour concert special hosted by MTV's Bill Bellamy on UPN on August 31st.
Richard Marx, Missy Elliot Join 'N Sync for November Release A likely candidate for the November release is a song written and produced by 80's pop superstar Richard Marx. Marx is best known for his ballads Hold On To The Nights and Right Here Waiting. The song is titled Promises. The guys have been working with top name producers such as Marx, Dianne Warren, David Foster, and Babyface. Now Missy Elliott is ready to join the list. She is getting ready to head into the studio with NSYNC.