It's the question everyone has been asking: Is *NSYNC getting back together? According to Joey Fatone, "Never say never."

At the Critics' Choice Real TV Awards on Sunday, Fatone, a former member of the boyband, told Us Weekly, "You know we haven't had a conversation about anything yet, at the moment. So, never say never, or yes or no."

Questions surrounding a reunion have been looming ever since *NSYNC split up in 2002. And, with groups like the Spice Girls, Jonas Brothers and the Backstreet Boys that have recently successfully reunited, fans are hoping their other favorite boyband will follow in those footsteps. 

The Grammy-nominated group hasn't recorded new music since it disbanded, but they've sporadically given fans hope with each performance they've done in recent years. The group famously reunited at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards for Justin Timberlake's Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award performance. 

The "Bye, Bye, Bye" singers also got together in April for a reunion performance during Ariana Grande's Coachella set. The performance was sans Timberlake, as he was finishing up his "Man Of The Woods" Tour. 

In response to whether or not *NSYNC would tour without its star vocalist, Timberlake, Fatone says, “We have to have the conversation, even without Justin."

"People will be like, 'If Justin doesn't do it, the group's not gonna do it.' That wasn’t even the case," the "Common Knowledge" host clarified, "That's not even the conversation."

With or without Timberlake, a source familiar with *NSYNC dealings told Variety in April that, "There are offers" when it comes to a possible reunion tour as a foursome. The offers were apparently on the table even before their Coachella performance. 

While there are no concrete plans for an *NSYNC reunion just yet, fans can still hold out hope knowing that the discussion will be happening.

Lance Bass, one-fifth of the 90's boyband, told Us Weekly in May, "We have not discussed it [yet], you know, it's something that we probably will be talking about this year."