In a new interview, Lance Bass noted the similarities between his and The Bachelor star Colton Underwood's experiences coming out as gay.
The former "Dancing With the Stars" contestants revealed the real reason why they think they were eliminated from the competition.
What does Justin Timberlake really think about an *NSYNC reunion? And would JC Chasez consider taking the group on the road without him? Those were two burning questions posed by fans on "The Daily Popcast With Lance Bass," airing this week -- and sort of answered. A return to the *NSYNC original lineup -- Timberlake, […]
Sony label TriStar Pictures has acquired an untitled feature film about NSYNC superfans who followed the boy band on tour in 2001, packed in a Winnebago bought with prize money from "The Price Is Right." Lance Bass, who first teased the project to Variety out of SXSW last year, is producing through his eponymous company […]
"It would be a special time to do it. Because there needs to be some more positivity in this world, and I think we bring out a lot of that. And it would be nice to make people smile again.”
The *NSYNC star told Andy Cohen he'd told Spears he was gay right after her hasty 2004 nuptials: "It made her stop crying."
Public reaction to Bass coming out in 2006 was generally positive, and would be even more well-received in an age when LGBTQ artists like Sam Smith, Janelle Monáe, Troye Sivan, and Brandi Carlile are on the charts.
May is upon us which means — those “It’s Gonna Be May” memes have been dusted off and are ready for recirculation. Lance Bass explains the origin.
The rivalry between the Backstreet Boys and ’NSync was all manager Lou Pearlman's fault, says Lance Bass. Until they got wise.
George Clooney is calling for a boycott of luxury hotels owned by the Sultan of Brunei over a new law in that country that imposes death for gay sex or adultery — and he's getting support.
There’s a moment in the Lance Bass–produced documentary about boy-band puppeteer and notorious conman Lou Pearlman that’s more heartbreaking than any one of the forlorn love songs *NSYNC or the Backstreet Boys (Pearlman’s biggest conquests) ever recorded. It’s the scene in The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story when the five members of *NSYNC recount the time when, three years into their stadium-touring, million-of-records-sold, screaming-teen-inducing careers, they are finally presented with their first cheques. Bass, along with Justin Timberlake, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, and JC Chasez were at a fancy restaurant with Pearlman and their parents, expecting a massive pay day of at least seven figures.
It’s no secret that real estate in Los Angeles can be a dirty business, but a deal-gone-wrong concerning the famous “Brady Bunch” house in Studio City has at least one celebrity seeing red. Lance Bass, the former member of boy band *NSYNC and a television and radio personality, says he was “used” by Douglas Elliman, […]
<em><strong>UPDATE </strong></em> <em>Aug. 5, 2018, 10:11 a.m. ET</em> It's not happening, folks. Although Lance Bass informed the world on Saturday that his offer to purchase the <em>Brady Bunch</em> house had been "accepted," he followed up that announcement with a statement overnight making it clear that he had spoken too soon. The house isn't his. In fact, he's getting the feeling now that he might have been nothing more than a pawn in a bid to drive up the house's value. "The next day, due to 'unforeseen circumstances,' the same agent informed us that there's another Corporate Buyer (Hollywood studio) who wants the house at any cost," he wrote. "We were prepared to go even higher but [were] totally discouraged by the sellers [sic] agent, [who said] they will outperform any bid with unlimited resources." He continued: "I truly believe I was used to drive up the price of the home knowing very well that the corporation intended on making their offer and it's not a good feeling. I feel used but most importantly I'm hurt and saddened by this highly questionable outcome." He did end the statement on a positive note, at least: "To make me happier you can register and vote on November 6th!" With a heavy heart I post this... 😢 pic.twitter.com/sG8bBP142P — Lance Bass (@LanceBass) August 5, 2018 What an exceedingly lame turn of events. <strong>Original story follows:</strong> It's comforting to know that this cold and harsh 2018 isn't all bad news. Former NSYNC superstar Lance Bass is apparently about to be the proud owner of 11222 Dilling Street in North Hollywood, California. Most people know it as the home of <em>The Brady Bunch</em>. SEE ALSO: Justin Timberlake just got involved in the greatest World Cup meme The classic TV sitcom's iconic home went up for sale in July with a $1,885,000 asking price. It's a palatial 2,500 square foot home built on a one-third acre lot. You can see the listing right here. Image: screenshot by mashableYou might wonder why the listing is still active if Bass purchased the property. It looks like the final points on the deal are still being sorted through. But confirmation of the pending purchase comes straight from Bass, who shared the happy news on Twitter. Super excited to announce they accepted my offer on the #BradyBunch house last night!!! This is going to be a fun project! — Lance Bass (@LanceBass) August 3, 2018 "This is going to be a fun project!" he wrote. <em>What does that even mean? What are you going to do to the Brady Bunch house, Lance?</em> Nothing frightening, apparently. While the house's exterior still looks very similar to the old <em>Brady Bunch</em> house, the interior is very different. Responding on Twitter to one would-be buyer who suggested remaking the interior to resemble what it looked like on the show, Bass responded in agreement. 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼 That’s the plan! — Lance Bass (@LanceBass) August 4, 2018 At the very least, Bass already has dinner plans. <em>The Brady Bunch</em> star Maureen McCormick (aka Marcia MFing Brady) tweeted her congratulations to Bass and scored an immediate housewarming invite. Thanks! You will most certainly be the first dinner guest!! 😁 I’m honored you approve. 😘 — Lance Bass (@LanceBass) August 4, 2018 Everything about this entire situation is the absolute best. WATCH: This is the first 3D printed home to actually host a family
A glitch led to the basketball star being listed as a member of the former boy band. The band members — and the internet — enjoyed some laughs over it.
The last day of April is always special for NSync fans, thanks to the classic "It's Gonna Be May" meme. But this year was even better.
Britney Spears brings Howie Dorough on the Vegas stage. Britney Spears has always been thought of as an NSync kinda gal, thanks to her relationship with Justin Timberlake, but she was a fan of the Backstreet Boys too. The singer proved it by summoning Backstreet’s Howie Dorough to the stage during her “Piece of Me” show Saturday at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.
The boy band nation rejoiced on Saturday night (March 18) when the stars aligned and *NSYNC's Lance Bass joined the Backstreet Boys onstage for one of their Las Vegas residency shows. The supergroup got together for a duet on BSB's iconic "Shape of My Heart."