BUY BUY BUY!
That’s what NSYNC fans are doing now that Fisher-Price has released a Little People Collector set based on the 90s boy band.
The $29.99 set can be ordered on Amazon and includes a 2 ½ inch Little People Collector figurine for each member of the 90s boy band: Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone and Lance Bass.
The set includes “fun hidden details for fans to discover,” according to its online Amazon listing. It also arrives in a package inspired by the group’s “No Strings Attached” album cover and “Bye Bye Bye” music video, wrote Mattel, the company that owns Fisher-Price, in a news release.
The release comes after the boy band reunited for an appearance at the 2023 Video Music Awards last Tuesday, where they presented Taylor Swift with an award.
They also recently announced their first single since 2002 called “Better Place.” The song will be featured on the soundtrack of the latest “Trolls” installment.
“I don’t mind if the world spins faster,” the group sings in the 40-second snippet released online. “Just let me take you to a better place.”
The single drops on Sept. 29 while “Trolls Band Together” is set to release on Nov. 17, according to IMDB.
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More on ‘Little People Collector’ sets
Little People Collector launched in 2019 and has released sets inspired by television, movies, music and sports.
Previous sets have included Ted Lasso, Seinfeld the Golden Girls, Run DMC, the Rolling Stones and the Kansas City Chiefs, who won Super Bowl LVII.
The company said it plans to release over 50 new items this year.
“Toys we love as children, when combined with things we have grown to love as adults, can make every adult smile and bring a little bit of joy,” the company said in a writeup about its latest release.
“Each Little People Collector set captures the entire story of these incredible properties, taking cues from memorable scenes or moments in time, and highlighting the ensemble of characters you fell in love with.”
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: How to order NSYNC dolls from Fisher-Price Little People Collector set