*NSYNC Timeline- November 2000
ERES magazine cover, two Canadian TV Guide covers, Justin on Cosmogirl cover, Chris on Scope magazine cover
A Nov. issues of Rolling Stone Magazine listed the ‘Pop 100′ pop songs of all time. Bye Bye Bye was #55. (See also Nov. 25)
Chicken Soup For The Preteen Soul features quotes from Nsync on how they would change the world
01 – No Strings Attached fall tour concert in Orlando, FL (T.D. Waterhouse Center)
03 – JC in Orlando studio (from Ntimate special)
04 – Lance, Joey, & Chris at Radio Music Awards in Las Vegas at Aladdin Theater, win Artist of the Year and Song of the Year for BBB out of four nominations. *NSYNC was minus JC and Justin at the Radio Music Awards in Las Vegas (it was explained they were in Orlando working on the new album), where *NSYNC took home awards for Artist of the Year-Top 40 Pop and Song of the Year-Top 40 Pop with Bye Bye Bye. The oddest moment of the show though was when The Backstreet Boys accepted the award for Best Slow Song for Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely, when as they walked up, *NSYNC’s This I Promise You was played, prompting Kevin Richardson to say sarcastically, “To whoever was in charge of the music when we were walking up, that was great.” The guys also presented Song of the Year-Pop Alternative Radio with radio guy Rick Dees to Vertical Horizon.
05 – concert in State College, PA @ Bryce Jordan Center
06 – concert in East Rutherford, NJ @ Continental Airlines Arena
07 – Guests on Rosie O’ Donnell Show, Justin was asked “Are you dating Britney Spears?” and Justin paused and then said “Yeah.” Among other highlights of the *NSYNC appearance was the guys singing This I Promise You and It’s Gonna Be Me. Justin also said later that he was getting a new tattoo today on the lower part of his leg. It’s going to be a tribal design that he designed himself.; Grinch Soundtrack goes on sale with track “You Don’t Have To Be Alone.”
08 – Joey called into the Howard Stern Show on Wednesday. Howard asked Joey if he’s ever seen Justin and Britney messing around, and Joey said he’s never even seen them kiss and he doesn’t know much about their relationship. Howard also questioned whether Britney was really a virgin especially if she had her nipples pierced. Howard later asked, “Can’t he just get her high and bang her?” and asked to speak to Justin, but he was away on a photo shoot while Joey called in.
09 – Autograph signing at Bloomingdales, NY
09-10 – No Strings Attached fall tour concerts in Uniondale, NY (Nassau Coliseum)
10 – Co-hosts on Live With Regis; perform at Bloomingdales in New York, at the unveiling of store’s Christmas windows – ornaments go on sale to benefit Challenge for the Children
10 – Justin’s signed LUGZ boots from his last tour will be among the items in Shoemania II, an online auction to benefit Orlando’s Southern Ballet Theatre, will run Nov. 10 through Nov. 20 on PlanetHollywood.com through eBay. The Lugz boots that Justin Timberlake auctioned off on Planet Hollywood to benefit charity raised $2200.
11 – Host Stars at a Party at Planet Hollywood in New York City
11 – No Strings Attached fall tour concert in Washington, DC (MCI Center)
12 – Turkey hands go up for auction at butterball.com
12 – concert in Philadelphia, PA @ First Union Center
13 – Appearance on Queen Latifah; Planet Hollywood Time Square opening party in New York
13 – Worldpop reports *NSYNC were in New York Monday night to help launch The Wild Foundation, which occurred at Planet Hollywood.
14 – Platinum Christmas released, Nsync track “You Don’t Have To Be Alone.”
14 – concert in Kanata, ON @ Corel Centre
16 – concert in Toronto, ON @ Toronto Skydome
17 – The Beatles Revolution airs with comments from Justin and Chris; AOL chat with Chris
18 – Joey goes blonde
18 – concert in Milwaukee, WI @ Bradley Center
19 – concert in St. Louis, MO @ Kiel Center
19 – Alleged incident involving 15-year-old fan Danielle McGuire and her parents claiming assault and battery during the incident which took place at St. Louis’ Chase Park Plaza hotel.
20 – *NSYNC filmed an anti-underage drinking message to be broadcast as a Public Service Announcement during the Super Bowl which will air January 28th.
21 – AmuZnet chat with Chris & Danielle; Madison Square Garden concert released on DVD
23 – The Sun reports (we’ve also heard this on the message boards) Justin Timberlake screamed at fan Danielle McGuire, 15, after he overheard her in a U.S. hotel saying he wasn’t handsome.
24 – This I Promise You to debut
24 – FuManSkeeto clothing line debuts at Nordstrom
2 4-25 – concerts in Las Vegas at MGM Grand Garden (with Lil’ Bow Wow)
25 – MTV and Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Pop Songs airs, host videos 41-60
25 – The story of Danielle McGuire was again the focus in the media today, as the New York Post reports *NSY NC’s rep didn’t return calls to respond to the alleged abuse of the fan. The Post also noted similar bodyguard abuses at the preview opening of Planet Hollywood in Times Square a week earlier. The Post Dispatch, which broke the story, has the original report here, as well as a review of their concert in St. Louis.
26 – No Strings Attached fall tour concert in Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center) (with Lil’ Bow Wow)
27-28 – No Strings Attached fall tour concerts in Los Angeles, CA (Great Western Forum) (with Lil’ Bow Wow)
26-28 – L.A fans bring unwrapped toys to concert for charity
27 – Madison Square Garden video released in UK
28 – press conference to announce *NSYNC@MSN, to start December 1
28 – Puppet Makers Sue ‘NSYNC: Sid & Marty Krofft Pictures is suing ‘NSYNC for copyright infringement and breach of “implied-in-fact” contract over their alleged use of images of puppets Krofft made for the group. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court, Central District of California, names the five members of ‘NSYNC as defendants, along with group manager Johnny Wright, his Wright Entertainment Group, merchandise consultant Rick Barlowe, Winterland Concessions Company and Winterland Productions, Ltd. The boy band contracted Marty Krofft to make 25-foot puppets of each of the ‘NSYNC members for their performance of “Bye, Bye, Bye” at the American Music Awards in January. Sid & Marty Krofft Pictures, Inc., is the creator of such classic children’s television programs as “H.R. Pufnstuf,” “Land of the Lost” and “The Bugaloos.” The suit alleges that Wright orally agreed to pay Krofft if ‘NSYNC produced any merchandise related to the puppets but claims the defendants did not follow through on the agreement. The merchandise cited in the suit includes an image of the puppets on ‘NSYNC’s souvenir program and an image on a souvenir backstage pass laminate sold at concerts, as well as any other related material that “may” exist. Krofft also asks that ‘NSYNC compensate him for their popular marionettes sold at toy stores, claiming they were inspired by his creative efforts. Krofft recorded the copyright registrations for the puppets in July, which gave him the exclusive rights for their use, with the exception of their AMA debut, the suit states. “[Wright] promised that if they made any merchandise [from the puppets], or what we call derivative work, they would pay,” Krofft attorney Bruce Isaacs said Wednesday (November 29). “But when we contacted ['NSYNC for payment], we were told we were not entitled to anything.” “All we want is our fair share,” he said. The suit asks for actual and statutory damages, lawyers’ fees and a “reasonable royalty of at least 10 percent” of monies received from sales of the merchandise.
29 – Tonight Show with Jay Leno. *NSYNC performed This I Promise You
30 – Appear on Early Show; Justin, Joey, and Chris present at the My VH1 Awards; JC and Lance present award to Michael Jackson at the Angel Ball;
30 – Fox airs “*NSYNC’s *Ntimate Holiday Special”, profiling each member of the band as well as an acoustic style intimate concert.
30 – The New York Post reports that *NSYNC will headline Denise Rich’s annual G&P Foundation gala for cancer research. The event will be held November 30th at the Marriott Marquis in New York. USA Today’s Jeannie Williams reports Lance Bass had the opportunity to meet as he put it, “My idol!” Michael Jackson at Denise Rich’s Angel Ball