So in 1995 he left school and was determined to make it big as a singer.“It was a pretty hasty decision, looking back, but I was young and dumb.Just yesterday I was asked, ‘Didn’t you guys hate *NSYNC? 6 Dealing with crazy over-the-top fans comes with the territory of being a celebrity, but it seems when it comes to popular boy bands, it’s a whole new level of fandom!
But we definitely picked the songs — from ‘I Do’ to ‘Invisible Man,’ ‘Hardest Thing,’ ‘Because of You,” we were receiving songs at a huge clip, sifted through all of them and we thought that those were hits.” 8 It took a long time for 98 Degrees to reunite and take another go at making music and performing live.
The band decided to part ways in 2002, but it was always planned that they would get back together.
We didn’t have the luxury of having a professional team with us. The ones who admitted to it were Jeff Timmons, Justin Jeffre and Nick Lachey!
5 There were a lot of rumors floating around that there was animosity between some of the popular ’90s boy bands like Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC and 98 Degrees.
’ It was kind of scary, obviously harmless but sometimes you never know,” he said.
7 Many people assume singers and bands write their own songs, but most of the time that actually isn’t the case.
Unlike many of these bands who were put together through auditions and record labels, 98 Degrees stood out because they formed all on their own.
The group consisted of brothers Drew Lachey and Nick Lachey, as well as Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre.
After taking an extended break in 2002, the group got back together in 2013 and recorded their first album in over 10 years!