The moment occurred on stage as the '90s boy band presented the singer with the award for best pop video
While presenting the singer the award for best pop video, the beloved '90s boy band gifted Swift, 33, a set of beaded friendship bracelets. Fans of the musician have made swapping friendship bracelets a tradition throughout her record-breaking Eras Tour, making it a memorable onstage moment.
After being handed the Moon Person and the bracelets by Lance Bass, Swift began her acceptance speech by expressing her excitement to see the band reunited.
"You're pop personified, so to receive this from your golden pop hands is really ... it's too much," she said. "Thank you for the friendship bracelets."
The accessory was designed by the Little Words Project®, who shared a picture of the bracelets that spelled out the words "Lover", "NSYNC", and "TS" on the beads on their Instagram Story.
The brand raved about getting to be part of the special moment by posting images from the event in an Instagram post alongside the caption, "The bracelet pass-on that shook the nation. @lancebass thank you for passing on your Little Words®️ to Taylor Swift last night and bringing her THIS much joy. Our jaws are still on the floor. @nsync @taylorswift."
They also shared a screenshot of a message from Bass, 44, approaching them about making the bracelets on their Instagram Story. The boy band member previously rocked bracelets from the brand while attending the Los Angeles Eras Tour stop.
He showcased them in a TikTok video of his concert attire that included the caption, "I call this era 'Speak Now' with a nod to Lavender Haze. Dripping in friendship bracelets courtesy of my friends @Little Words Project. Come find me, #erastourlosangeles!"
"I've just been on a tour that has been the most joyful and exhilarating experience," she said as she accepted the award for "Anti-Hero."
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"And we're not even halfway done with it. It's really felt like the adventure of a lifetime this past year," she added. "I cannot believe that it was a year ago at the VMAs that I announced the Midnights album. And all I have to say tonight is thank you. I’m blown away. Thank you so much to the fans. I love you so much."
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