‘NSync SNL Reunion On SNL40: Find Videos First Of ‘NSync, Eddie Murphy, Kanye West, 50 Cent, Backstreet Boys And More

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The SNL 40th reunion is shaping up to be an exciting event indeed, especially now that ‘NSync has hinted on Twitter that they will reunite on the SNL40 show, and even used the #SNL40 hashtag in their tweet that has ‘NSync fans in a tizzy. On the @NSYNC Twitter account, ‘NSync waxed nostaglic about being back together again for SNL40.

“Together again… Gee, it’s good to be together again”

Well, if you miss the ‘NSync reunion, a search for all results on Twitter for ‘NSync will prove successful and frequently refreshing will discover new Vines. Also, an ‘NSync SNL search on YouTube sorted by most-recently uploaded will probably provide faster results than most-recently posted SNL videos on NBC.com, but many outlets will have the videos soon after they appear on live TV — especially social media outlets.

The fact that ‘NSync hinted at a Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary appearance, as reported by Rolling Stone, has fans already wondering if Lance Bass will be on SNL, however, Bass replied that “@nsync_tour there will not be- but can’t wait to see this show!” Therefore, the mystery of ‘NSync on SNL remains, but SNL40 viewers are looking forward to appearances from everyone to Eddie Murphy — who hasn’t appeared on SNL in decades — to the Backstreet Boys, Kanye West, Lenny Kravitz, Paul McCartney and more.

All the same tactics for searching Twitter, YouTube, and NBC.com via Google can be used to find the most recently uploaded SNL40 videos, including searching Hulu for SNL videos uploaded in the past 24 hours, which should provide all the SNL40 highlights and most popular videos.

According to Fox, the SNL 40th special will last three-and-a-half hours long, which makes sense, because plenty of guest hosts and musical guests have been invited to the SNL40 special. That includes folks like Dan Aykroyd, Alec Baldwin, Robert De Niro, Betty White and Kristen Wiig — so they’ll need the extra time to fit all those stars on SNL.

SNL has been around since it was called NBC’s Saturday Night back on October 11, 1975, and that’s the premiere episode that viewers should seek on Saturday, February 14, the night that SNL is rebroadcasting that initial episode. For the SNL 40th Anniversary Special, known as SNL40, viewers will have to wait until that reunion special airs on Sunday, February 15, from 8 to 11:30 p.m. on NBC — so technically, it could be called “Sunday Night Live” instead.

[Image ‘NSync at Teen People]