Lance Bass of *NSYNC was on hand for L.A. Models, Exclusive Artists Management and L.A. Talent Host Holiday Bash on Tuesday (December 16) at White Lotus in Hollywood, California. Check out pictures from WireImage.
20 Questions With Wade Robson
October 17, 2003 – Wade Robson recently answered 20 questions from popgurls.com, including what was the key to teaching the *NSYNC guys, especially Lance Bass, to dance. “They all are very talented and some just needed more time than others to pick up the choreography,” Robson said. “In the end they all had it down and they looked great.” Check out the entire interview here.
Lance Bass Not Afraid Of Space Aliens
October 13, 2003 – WENN reports that when *NSYNC star Lance Bass visited Ortiz Middle School in Houston as part of World Space Week, student whether he was worried about being abducted by aliens if his lifelong goal to explore space was made a reality. “I’m not scared of any aliens,” Bass said. “If there are aliens, I think they’ll be friendly.”
Bass, Rayburn High *NSYNC With Space Program
October 12, 2003 – The Pasadena Citizen reports that the Sam Rayburn High School student body erupted in deafening screams when *NSYNC star Lance Bass took the Rayburn auditorium stage. One even held up a sign stating “Marry me, Lance!”
After presenting the telescopes to astronomy teacher Karen Stocco and two of her students, Bass tried telling students to enroll in science courses and follow their dreams, but his short speech was barely audible over their thunderous yells. Bass said he hoped his words would “turn some people into space fanatics” and emphasized reaching the high school students now while they are planning their college careers.
Lance Bass To Jump Inland
October 2, 2003 – The Press-Enterprise reports *NSYNC star Lance Bass will make a tandem jump Friday over Lake Elsinore. The 12,500 foot jump will be made with the U.S. Army Parachute Team the Golden Knights. Bass’ orientation begins at 11 a.m. and the jump is scheduled to take place at 1 p.m.
The entire story at pe.com has since been removed.