Fatone, 45, was in Miami for a bachelor get together and stopped by the Palace, a drag bar in South Seaside when drag queens Tiffany Fantasia and Elishaly D’Witshes started lip-syncing to the favored NSYNC track. In 2001, “Bye Bye Bye” peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Sizzling 100 and was nominated for Report of the Yr on the 2001 Grammy Awards. In my humble opinion, the track remains to be hearth in 2022.
The previous boy band member took the drag queens’ track selection as a chance to crash the stage, seize a mic, and begin really singing the track.
One of the best half? He even broke out the track’s now-iconic choreography with these very notorious waves. Because the track continued, Fantasia and D’witshes began dancing together with Fatone guiding them by means of it with every transfer.
“WHAT A WEEKEND ITS BEEN ALREADY!!” the Palace wrote within the caption of an Instagram video capturing the impromptu efficiency. “We had the distinction of being visited by *NSYNC’s personal Joey Fatone, who joined us and sang considered one of their largest hits with our queens for our guests. You by no means know who’s going to attend our reveals!”
Fatone has lengthy been an ally of the LGBTQ+ group. Fellow boy band member Lance Bass recalled to Us Weekly that Fatone was the primary individual he got here out to — by chance. Fatone walked in on Bass whereas his boyfriend was on his lap.
“He was like, ‘Dude, I do not care.’ I am like, ‘Shock!'” Bass mentioned. “Joey was similar to, ‘Dude, I do not care. I’ve so many homosexual associates — I do not care.’“
Welp, it’s a must to guess that after blowing it up at drag brunch, he has much more homosexual associates now.
Bass is now the godfather to Fatone’s two daughters, who’re 21 and 12.
This isn’t the primary time that Fatone has shocked a crowd. In 2019, he competed as “Rabbit” on the Masked Singer and tied Rumer Willis for fourth place.
He informed PEOPLE on the time that his look on the present stunned individuals, reminding them of his expertise, with some individuals even suggesting that he launch a solo profession.
“Persons are like, ‘I did not know you had the voice and chops. You must do an album,’” he mentioned. “I am like, ‘Eh, It’d be enjoyable to do one.’ It’s not my forte within the sense of doing a solo profession.”
If Fatone isn’t excited about doing a solo album, I feel NSYNC followers will likely be simply as pleased with extra shock drag brunch performances to basic hits from the early 00s. Backstreet Boys subsequent, please!