Timberlake regrets 'N Sync style

Last updated 11:31 12/04/2012

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Justin Timberlake regrets everything he wore when he was in 'N Sync.

The singer was in the US boy band for seven years, until he decided to embark on a solo career in 2002.

Timberlake sported a range of questionable looks during his time in the group, including all-denim outfits.

He now admits he may have made more than one fashion faux pas.

"I really regret all of my outfits from the times with 'N Sync," he told the German edition of InStyle. "All those muscle shirts, satin jackets, velvet coats, jeans with vests and bandannas."

Timberlake also cringes about the hairstyles he had during his time in the band.

The 31-year-old experimented with several looks including bleached curls and cornrows.

"And then these brightly dyed blond curls. That was so embarrassing. I don't even want to think about that horrible look anymore," Timberlake laughed.

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