Justin Timberlake shares the NSYNC annual meme coronavirus issue

Justin Timberlake shares the NSYNC annual meme coronavirus issue

Justin Timberlake has shared the coronovirus issue of a popular meme that appears every 1 May.

The "It's Gone Be May" mem has reused screenshots of the video for the 2000 single "It's Gonna Be Me," by former Timberlake band NSYNC.

On the track itself, Timberlake's catchy voice on the title line makes the "may" sound "surprisingly".

To celebrate the meme, which goes viral annually, Timberlake published an edition in which a coronovirus facial mask was applied to his mouth.

"Spring Summer 2020", Timberlake captioned the image. "Thanks for this, Internet."

In 2016, Timberlake blamed producer Max Martin for pronouncing the word "me" on the track.

Capital FM said, "I would say in my defense that Max Martin made me sing 'I'." "I think he just wanted him to voice from Tennessee.

"I just want to throw Max Martin on the chopping block for that. But thanks Max, because now we have the centenary meme".

Timberlake recently voiced a character and selected the soundtrack for the animated sequel Trolls World Tour.

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