On a recent visit to Ellen, Justin Timberlake kept pop nostalgia alive by bringing his former bandmates along for a funny sit-down. He brought out JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick as a surprise for host Ellen DeGeneres.

Once they all settled in, the group discussed a range of things, including what it was like rehearsing for their last group performance honoring Justin Timberlake at the 2013 MTV Music Awards. "I was scared shitless," Fatone said of their last on-stage reunion. "We haven't performed together as a group, we rehearsed and everything else, so it was really kind of one of those things where we're like 'OK so we're doing this again.'"

They also touched on the monumental unveiling of their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame just a few days before. "You always look at all the different people that are on there and you're like 'Man, one day hopefully, it would be nice to have that,' and it's actually just really surreal in a sense," Fatone said. "It's a legacy that we're living."

But the best part of their appearance just might be the group playing along in a game of Never Have I Ever, with each member given a paddle with the world "I Have" or "I Have Never" written on each side. Most of the questions revolved around past hookups, which is already the perfect setup for quips and obvious answers, which they definitely delivered.

Watch the full clip above.