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Customer Reviews

wow NSYNC should reunite

they should come together again like they used to i really liked them but of course back to he song he is no jt but i guess hes alright they were all better off together as NSYNC.:(

If It Ain't Broke

This is a case study in taking a really interesting and frankly very good song and destroying it. Get the album cut.

ok ok he is not a justin timberlake but.................

he is not justin but he can sing the only reason i think he did not make it big was because he did not have like sex appeal but he can sing so four stars click yes if you agree

Biography

Born: August 8, 1976 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In the early '90s he was a Mousekateer and even played Clarence "Wipeout" Adams on Emerald Cove, a soap opera aired within The Mickey Mouse Club. By 2004 he was hiring the slick and ultrahip Basement Jaxx to produce his album. In between he was a star player in one of the biggest teen acts pop ever experienced. JC Chasez's favorite color is orange, his favorite Spice Girl is Mel B., and the thing he liked most about being on The Mickey Mouse Club were the friendships he made with other MMC members,...
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Some Girls (Dance With Women) [Stengard Radio Mix] - Single, JC Chasez
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