Aug. 17, 2012 at 10:46 AM ET
For the first time in 10 years, 98 Degrees performed together in front of a still-screaming crowd.
Brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre reunited on TODAY's stage after a decade of horrible silence, then hinted to Savannah Guthrie that there may be more to come.
"We view this opportunity as a chance to kind of test it out and see if it was still fun, and I think we're all very happy to say we're having a great time." Nick said. "I think you can expect more from us down the line."
Pop music has come back around, they said, and it's just the right time in their "personal and professional lives." Well, the ladies were certainly still shrieking today.
"I called you a boy band; I guess after 10 years, you've graduated to man band?" Savannah joked.
"You know what? I'm lucky to have these guys on both of my sides," said Jeff, who said he's experiencing more aches and pains from dancing than he used to. "It used to be steak and lobster but now it's Metamucil and prune juice."
Want to catch the bros Lachey and company? Their next stop is the MixTape Fest on 8/18 in Hershey Park, PA.
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Julieanne Smolinski is a TODAY.com contributor who loves steak and lobster.