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‘NSYNC’s Joey Fatone to host family competition show

‘NSYNC’s Joey Fatone to host family competition show

JOEY FATONE: The "Bye Bye Bye" hitmaker will front "Parents Just Don't Understand." Photo: Associated Press

Former ‘NSYNC star Joey Fatone is set to host a new reality TV program centered on children and the relationships they have with their parents.

The “Bye Bye Bye” hitmaker will front “Parents Just Don’t Understand,” which offers families the chance to “foster mutual respect and understanding when dealing with their over-scheduled lives.”

Fatone, who previously hosted the U.S. and Australian versions of “The Singing Bee” and is currently the announcer on American game show “Family Feud,” will also executive produce the series.

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