Lance Bass was once a member of a group named NSYNC, a boy band known for featuring Justin Timberlake\u2014who still hasn't apologized to Janet Jackson\u2014in cornrows and forever being second to the Backstreet Boys (except for that one time NSYNC sold over 2\u00a0million albums in a week). Bass was promoting his appearance on\u00a0Fox's new series\u00a0My Kitchen Rules\u00a0when he noted that this year marks a very special anniversary: It's been 20 years since the release of NSYNC's holiday album\u00a0Home for Christmas. To celebrate,\u00a0the album will be reissued on vinyl, a sure sign the wax revival is alive and well. Bass describes the upcoming release as "really cool." It will be the first studio LP of the group's to appear on vinyl. With the market the way it is, it won't be the last. The quintet is also getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, according to Bass. That occasion will come with a brief NSYNC reunion:\u00a0The reality star told\u00a0Entertainment Tonight\u00a0that the five will "all be there!" when they get their Walk of Fame star. The only problem is that they're very busy boys: "We just have to decide on a date. We're terrible at planning things." "We're five guys, so for us to make a decision about anything is really hard," Bass continued, even though he noted in the interview that they do keep in touch. "We just need to do it. So hopefully maybe around Christmas time." It can be Christmas right now, if you want it to be. Stream\u00a0Home for Christmas\u00a0below.