In the midst of preparing for their upcoming tour, the men of 'NSYNC will head to Los Angeles to shoot a new video.
In the next few days, the group will head to Los Angeles to shoot a video for "It's Gonna Be Me," the next single offering from its chart-topping "No Strings Attached" album.
According to 'NSYNC's Chris and J.C., the group will once again work with director Wayne Isham, who did the group's "Bye, Bye, Bye" clip. In a phone interview Wednesday, the two told the MTV Radio Network that the concept for the video is one that the members of 'NSYNC came up with themselves.
J.C. and Chris also mentioned that the group is also planning a live show that will be visually comparable to a concert that the Rolling Stones or Kiss might put on. Apparently, the boys are big fans of Kiss and recently attended a concert by the face-painted rockers.
'NSYNC is currently in dance rehearsals for its U.S. tour, which kicks off on May 9 in Biloxi,
Mississippi and will feature Sisqo and Pink on the bill (see "Sisqo Confirmed For 'NSYNC Tour").
Meanwhile 'NSYNC’s latest release, "No Strings Attached," sold another 422,000 copies last week (bringing the total to nearly 4.2 million copies sold) according to SoundScan figures, which means the group will hold on to the number one spot on the "Billboard" chart next week (see "No Doubt, Da Brat Can't Topple 'NSYNC").