'NSYNC Does Graduation And Cannes

If you break chart records and land a movie deal all before scoring your high-school diploma, things are going well for you.

After racking up the kind of accomplishments that most kids only dream of, 'NSYNC's Justin Timberlake finally received his high-school diploma last week. Justin was presented with the diploma Friday night in front of 20,000 fans at the group's show in Memphis, Tennessee.

The 19-year old Timberlake never attended a regular high school, relying on private tutors and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln independent studies program.

Just after the group performed "I Drive Myself Crazy," three of Timberlake's tutors showed up onstage with a cap, a gown, and a diploma for Justin. Teacher Chuck Yearger (who also tutored Lance Bass and was his "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" lifeline) even delivered a graduation speech for Timberlake.

That same day, Justin also visited his old grade school, E.E. Jeter Elementary School in Millington, Tennessee,

and announced that he would help fund a music program for the school as part of the Justin Timberlake Foundation.

Fresh from that trip down memory lane, the group jetted to the French Riviera on Tuesday to unveil details of its proposed 'NSYNC film at the Cannes Film Festival. The group will rub elbows with the film elite at a Cannes beachfront party thrown by Paris' exclusive Man Ray Club, and the guys are expected to show up at 11 p.m. local time (that's 5 p.m. Eastern time) to make their announcement about the movie. We will have details from that announcement on Wednesday.