'N Sync news bonanza!

It's a busy day in 'N Sync's news world. First up, the band made more tickets available for their charity basketball game after the initial batch sold in just 15 minutes. They went on sale today and have already sold out.

The basketball game will now benefit even more causes - Camp Good Days and Child Watch. The game is scheduled to take place on 28 July at St John's University in New York. Both are non-profit making organizations and guests at the match so far include Usher and Pink.

In other 'N Sync charity news that three teenage fans of the group raised more than $4,000 in a charity walk, having walked a total of 160 miles from their home of Portage, Michigan, to see 'N Sync perform in Detroit.

The walk took eight days and the fans - Jamie Johnson (15), Sarah Hayes (16) and Stephanie Flick (14) - are splitting the money between the Children's Hospital in Bronson, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and 'N Sync's very own We Can Make A Difference charity.

Finally, fans of 'N Sync can join the band's New York party - even if they don't have an invite. All you need is a computer and a phone line - because 'N Sync are webcasting the party which takes place at Planet Hollywood.