Get ready guys, because it's about to feel like 1999 all over again!

The boy band you all know and love, 98 Degrees, took some time off from preparing for their super-nostalgic tour to hang out with E! News, so we made sure to have a little fun with the guys and play a game that surely wouldn't disappoint.

Brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, Justin Jeffre, and Jeff Timmons sat down and agreed to play a round of "Never Have I Ever" with Zuri Hall, and you won't believe what they confessed to doing!

Whether it was faking lyrics during a concert, getting into it with other boy band members or hooking up with fans (um, say what?!) these guys definitely didn't hold back. We appreciate the honesty, guys.

These four singers, who helped boost the boy band craze to an ultimate high in the late '90s and early 2000s, have teamed up with O-Town, girl group Dream and solo singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera for one ultimate tour.

Appropriately dubbed The My2K Tour, will stop in 33 cities across the U.S., kicking off July 8 in Park City, Kansas, and wrapping up on Aug. 28 in Saratoga, Calif. The tour originally planned to also make a stop in North Carolina, however that's since been changed due to the anti-gay law that passed in the state.

98 Degrees announced the decision on Tuesday afternoon to drop two North Carolina dates (in Charlotte and Raleigh) due to the state's controversial new law that limits protections and public accommodations for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. The boy band follows fellow performers like Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas and Cirque du Soleil that have skipped performances in the state, according to Billboard.

But before they hit the road, check out the video above to see what really goes down when you're a member of 98 Degrees.

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