Tom Russo of the Boston Globe advises *NSYNC star Lance Bass to pack 3 DVD’s on his trip to outer space. Russo shares his comments on the Britney Spears starring ‘Crossroads’, the Mandy Moore starring ‘A Walk To Remember’, and Lance’s own ‘On The Line’, none of them very positive thoughts, with the worst comments saved for Lance’s movie. “The movie is easily the most lightweight – and patience-testing – of this bunch,” he commented.
Astronauts Making The Space Station *NSYNC-Proof
August 17, 2002 – Conan O’Brien joked during his Late Night monologue on Friday, “Earlier today, Russian and American astronauts went outside the space station to construct a shield to protect the station from getting hit by cosmic debris. Isn’t that interesting? Yeah, and next — next they hope to build a shield to protect the station from a visit by Lance Bass.”
Garver Says Russian Space Rides Are All About The Money
August 12, 2002 – John Kelly of Florida Today spoke with Lori Garver, an aerospace executive and ex-NASA official who was bidding for a Soyuz ride until *NSYNC star Lance Bass showed up with big money in hand, something she couldn’t match. Lori says she doesn’t hold any ill will towards Bass though. “The Russians were very clear on this: It is all about the money. It has always been all about the money,” she said. “Many people have said too bad Lance got selected over me. That’s not it. It’s whoever has the money. I’ve always understood that. I never felt it was unfair.”
Lance Bass Still Planning For A Launch
August 9, 2002 – The New York Daily News reports the rep for Lance Bass insists the comments later retracted from Sergei Gorbunov won’t have any impact on the *NSYNC star continuing on his mission to space. “We’re planning for a launch. He wouldn’t be working his ass off if he wasn’t going.” David Krieff, president of Destiny Productions, who is financing the effort blasted, “This idiot at the Russian space agency is making a fool of himself.”