Date of birth
4th May, 1979
NSYNC at the Walk of Fame ceremony where they were honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. The nineties boyband landed the 2,636th star on the Hollywood Boulevard, sixteen years after they split - Hollywood, California, United States - Monday 30th April 2018
Lance Bass is pictured at the 2017 102.7 KIIS FM Jingle Ball Presented by Capital One, taking place at The Forum. The event saw performances from the likes of Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, The Chainsmokers, Kesha and others. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 1st December 2017
Andy Cohen revealed the most famous person he slept with and the strangest place he'd had sex during a special segment on 'Watch What Happens: Live'.
There were a few things we didn't really need to know about television presenter Andy Cohen. Unfortunately, the 46-year-old Watch What Happens: Live host held little back during a special segment on his show when the roles were reversed and his guest, Real Housewives of New York star Sonja Morgan, asked him some pretty candid questions.
The pair tied the knot on Saturday, December 20, at the Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. That’s how you know it was F-A-N-C-Y. The pair were very, very excited for their big day and started tweeting about the wedding prep almost a week in advance.
Jesus Christ Superstar's US arena tour has been cancelled and no one, not even the show's stars, really knows why.
The entertainment company responsible for the Jesus Christ Superstar Arena Spectacular Tour announced on Friday (30th May) the upcoming tour was cancelled. The company in question, Options Clause Entertainment LLC, released a statement on the tour's website simply stating the tour was cancelled and refunds would be given to all ticket holders. There was no explanation as to why the tour has been cancelled, especially only ten days before it was scheduled to begin.
The tour was set to start in New Orleans on June 9th and boasted an all-star celebrity cast including Incubus' Brandon Boyd, 'N Sync's Jc Chasez and Destiny's Child's Michelle Williams. Ben Forster, who played Jesus in the production took to Twitter to express his disappointment. He wrote a series of increasingly irritable tweets, the first of which reads "My heart is broken. My beautiful talented cast and company I adore. This wonderful show & opportunity is over. I'm so sorry I am devastated."
Lance Bass is engaged to his long term boyfriend Michael Turchin.
Bass confirmed his engaged by tweeting "He said yes! Love this man" on Sunday (1st September). He also attached a photograph on Instagram them together, Bass pointing to Turchin's hand where a ring was on display. According to People, Bass presented his fiancé with a black diamond engagement band. He even asked the permission of Turchin's parents by texting them beforehand.
'N Sync will be performing at the MTV Music Awards on Sunday 25th August. Sources have suggested the band may be reuniting. The award ceremony will be broadcast live from the Barclay's Centre in Brooklyn.
'N Sync may be reuniting at the MTV Music Awards on Sunday (25th August). If reports are correct, this will be the first time the band have appeared together, and performed, on television in a decade.
Kanye West announced that he and Kim Kardashian are expecting their first child during a concert in Atlantic City on Sunday (December 30, 2012), with his reality TV girlfriend 'officially' confirming the news in a blog post the following day. The rapper told a 5,000 strong crowd that he and Kim were to become a proper family while she sat beaming in the audience.
After posting a lengthy blog post, Kim took to a New Year's Eve party at 1 Oak Nightclub at The Mirage Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, looking typically radiant. The reality television queen was actually hosting the end-of-year bash, and was joined by father of her child Kanye West, mother Kris Jenner, Brittny Gastineau and Lance Bass. As is tradition, the famous couple locked lips at midnight and looked a picture of happiness after announcing their baby news.
Continue reading: Photo: Pregnant Kim Kardashian Cradles Her Stomach
There's almost no point in reviewing a movie like "On the Line" because its target audience -- N'Sync fans dizzy to see oh-so-dreamy Lance Bass play a lovelorn shy guy -- isn't likely to care how clumsy, lifeless and cliché-driven it is. They're probably not interested in Lance's acting ability, and they certainly don't care what somebody who isn't a 14-year-old girl has to say about said acting ability.
Apparently, director Eric Bross didn't care about lifelessness, clichés or Bass's Hallmark card-thin talents either, because this movie is on autopilot. An uninspired, lowest common denominator romance about a sheepish ad agency grunt (Bass) searching Chicago for a beautiful girl he clicked with during a commute on the El train, the film is one long "missed connections" personal ad come to life.
Bass plasters the city with flyers reading "Are you her?" and fields so many phone calls from lonely women that his posse of pals from central casting (the slob, the snob and the pervert) start scamming the rejects for dates. Implausibly, a newspaper runs a series of stories about this quest, which is more pathetic than it is romantic. Inexplicably, the female population of the windy city becomes enamoured with Bass through this story, and the girls in his office all start cooing at him when he walks in every morning. (All except that one tough-as-nails career gal who steals his idea for a Reebok campaign in a story-padding subplot.)
Continue reading: On The Line Review