*NSYNC’s JC Chasez Makes Long Gray Hair Debut in First TikTok

Do you want to feel old?

*NSYNC alum JC Chasez just introduced a full head of gray hair in his very first TikTok.

The former boy band member, 46, showed off his long, silver locks and matching facial hair in a video titled, “Am I doing this right?” which he posted on Thursday.

Chasez went on to tag his former bandmates — Chris Kirkpatrick, 50, Lance Bass, 43, Justin Timberlake, 41, and Joey Fatone, 45 — who all have accounts on the Generation Z skewed social media app.

“Wait, that’s really clear. Give this!” the former brunette told the camera, who was being held by someone sitting next to him at a dining table in a restaurant.

JC Chasez with long gray hair and gray facial hair
JC Chasez debuted on Thursday with a full head of gray hair in his first-ever TikTok.
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Chasez then picked up the phone and held it in front of him, assuming a sensual pose for a moment.

‘How does this work?’ he asked before the screen went dark and “Bye, Bye, Bye” played in the background.

JC Chasez with long gray hair and gray facial hair
The former brunette, 46, was branded a ‘silver fox’.
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While the production value was amateurish at best, the 11-second video — and the star — were both big hits among fans.

“JC went from teenage heartthrob to silver fox and I’m here for it. 🤍🦊,” one person commented, while another yelled, “THE FACT HE TAG ALL NSYNC GUYS FOR ME OMG.”

Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, Lance Bass, Justin Timberlake and JC Chasez in 2000
Chasez tagged his former *NSYNC bandmates in the video.
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Another user rejoiced: “I want to thank Lance for getting all NSYNC on Tiktok. We won!!! .”

“This man has aged like fine wine,” another commented, prompting Chasez to wonder, “Red or white?”

JC Chasez at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in 2020
“This man has aged as fine wine,” commented one fan.
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One particularly moved fan asked, “Excuse me for God’s sake. Is this real?! .”

“This I Promise You,” replied Chasez, a cheeky reference to the band’s 2000 hit.

When someone asked the musician, “Omg, when did this happen?!” he revealed it was when choreographer Josh Beauchamp “grabbed my phone and slammed it on record.”

On behalf of millennials everywhere, thank you, Josh.

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