*NSYNCer Lance Bass Won’t Go Solo

tells Launch.com he has no interest whatsoever in releasing a solo album. The *NSYNC member said, “Oh, no, no. I mean, I would definitely do, you know, one song here, a duet here, but I could never do my own album,” Bass said. “I don’t see myself doing a tour by myself. I love having people with me. I like sharing that with people.”

Lance Bass Celebrates 24th Birthday At Ghostbar

May 2, 2003 – The Las Vegas Sun reports Palms owner George Maloof hosted an early 24th birthday party for *NSYNC star Lance Bass at ghostbar Thursday night (the actual birthday is Sunday). Among those on hand were actress Jessica Alba and New York Giants tight end Jeremy Shockey.

Aguilera Likely To Attend *NSYNC Event

April 29, 2003 – ShockYourMind.org reports *NSYNC’s annual charity event, Challenge For The Children V, will take place on the sunny shores of South Beach in Miami on July 18 through 20. will likely attend this year’s even since she’ll be performing with on the pair’s Justified & Stripped 2003 tour at the Office Depot Center in Sunrise, Florida a day earlier on July 17.

Lance Bass On ‘Hollywood Squares’

April 28, 2003 – This week on ‘Hollywood Squares’ will feature *NSYNC star Lance Bass, who will be joined by celebs Reba McEntire and Martin Mull. Check your local listings for station and time.

Joey Fatone Snubs *NSYNC Fans During K-Mart Promo

April 26, 2003 – Contributed by elgato: JCChasez.nu reports that Joey Fatone recently did a K-Mart signing to promote his upcoming comedy CD and an old *NSYNC DVD. However, hardly anyone showed up to see him. Joey got mad at the poor turnout and left early. One K-Mart-shopping *NSYNC fan said, “I was told he kinda got mad at the turn out and just left, which I don’t think is right. Without the fans he would not have made it this far. So, some fans didn’t get to meet him.”

Lance Bass Is A ‘Mama’s Boy’

April 24, 2003 – Lance Bass’ production company, A Happy Place, has acquired the romantic comedy ‘Mama’s Boy’ as a starring vehicle for the *NSYNC member. “This is a script I’ve been keeping in my back pocket for several years now,” producer Rich Hull, who is a partner in A Happy Place, told The Hollywood Reporter. “Mark had sent me a letter saying that he was a professional fighter, but had written a sweet romantic comedy. I couldn’t help but to be intrigued.”

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