Lance Bass says the 'N Sync boys have such great chemistry together, they deserve their own reality TV show.
The 'Bye, Bye, Bye' singer had such a great time reuniting with his bandmates for their MTV Video Music Awards performance in August that he believes the former group should have their own TV show to capture their chemistry on camera.
Lance told website Gossip Cop: ''We see each other a lot, but we never get to see each other all five of us in the same room. It's such a dynamic, it's hilarious. We need a reality show when that happens.''
However, the 34-year-old star denied rumours the group were set to record new music, because singer Justin Timberlake's hectic schedule means it would be virtually impossible to get everyone in the studio together.
He insisted: ''Especially with Justin he's not going stop for a very long time. He hasn't stopped since he was probably eight years old.''
Lance is busy planning his nuptials with his fiancé Michael Turchin and is excited about being legally able to wed in the US.
He said: ''My whole life, I felt like I couldn't get married. I always had it my head, OK, I'll have the love of my life and we're just gonna be together for the rest of our lives. Now being able to get married, it feels real for once.
''Gay marriage is something pretty new and people are still figuring out, Who proposes? What do you wear? What do the guests wear? It's gonna be interesting to see what kind of traditions start.''
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