How Does NSYNC React to Adele Smashing Their Sales Record?
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'We officially say Bye Bye Bye,' NSYNC's Lance Bass tweeted after Adele's '25' officially surpassed the opening week of his band's 2000 album 'No Strings Attached'.

AceShowbiz - %cAdele%'s officially broken %cNSYNC%'s longstanding sales record. On Tuesday morning, November 24, Nielsen Music confirmed that her "25" sold at least 2.433 million copies in pure album sales in just over three days, surpassing the 2.416 million copies sold by the boyband's "No Strings Attached" in its first week back in 2000.

Now that they have to let go of the record they've held for 15 years, what does NSYNC have to say about Adele? Accepting their defeat, the dudes have nothing but sweet words for the "Hello" hitmaker.

After learning of the news, the group's %cLance Bass% took to Twitter to congratulate her, saying, "We officially say Bye Bye Bye as @Adele says Hello to the World Record of Most Albums Sold In a Single Week. Congratulations!!" He jokingly added the hashtag "#IDemandARecount" alongside "#NSYNC #Adele."

%cJ.C. Chasez% also praised Adele on Twitter, simply writing, "Well done Adele." %cJoey Fatone%, meanwhile, told Billboard that he even helped Adele break NSYNC's record by purchasing her album.

"Records are always meant to be broken, but with technology and current music business model, I thought this one would be tough to beat," Fatone said. "In all honesty, Adele is the truth - kinda excited a rare talent like hers is in the same breath as our group. I'm a huge fan....I even bought the damn album."

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