Lance Bass boyfriends list
|7||Michael Turchin||Married||2014||-||7 years 1 month|
|6||Lorenzo Martone||Ex||June 2010||July 2010||1 month|
|5||Sebastian Leal||Ex||July 2008||2008||6 months|
|4||Pedro Andrade||Ex||June 2007||2007||5 months|
|3||Reichen Lehmkuhl||Ex||January 2006||January 2007||1 year|
|2||Kristy Swanson||Ex||June 2001||September 2001||3 months|
|1||Danielle Fishel||Ex||May 1999||May 2000||1 year|
A talented singer, actor, dancer, author, TV and film producer, Lance Bass drew his first breath in Mississippi to his parents James and Diane. The father worked as a medical technologist and mother as a teacher. The family also includes a sister named Stacy.
As a young boy, Lance got interested in space so much that it inspired him to enter college and study engineering in a hope to work for NASA one day.
However, things changed when in 1995 he got a call from Justin Timberlake’s mother, who offered him a place in a popular boy-band called NSYNC. In 1997 the group signed a contract with RCA record label and began releasing studio albums. Throughout its existence, from 1997 till 2001, the band introduced 3 studio albums and 18 singles before disbanding in 2002.
Apart from music, Bass also tried his hand in acting and can be seen in Longshot, On the Line, Zoolander, Cursed and other films. In addition to that, he took part in a TV show Dancing with the Stars, where he finished third and cooking series My Kitchen Rules on FOX.
Nowadays, the celebrity remains a remarkable figure in show business.
Are you curious to get to know more mind-blowing details about the star’s life? Well, then check these top 5 little-known facts:
- In 2007 he published an autobiography titled Out of Sync.
- In 2006 he came out as gay.
- He is involved in several philanthropic projects that are focused on health, social needs and education.
- He provided his voice for such animated TV programs as Handy Manny, Robot Chicken, Higglytown Heroes, etc.
- He established a production company A Happy Place that was centered on family-friendly movies. Later, it was renamed to Bacon & Eggs.