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'I'm not going to tell you what went down, but it's not what people are thinking,' Lance addressed Andy's sex claim while hosting his SiriusXM radio show 'Dirty Pop'.
On Tuesday episode of 'Watch What Happens Live', the host was grilled with a list of revealing questions including the craziest place he's ever had sex and the most famous person he had sex with.
The former NSYNC member says that Hazza had been recording solo and was about to leave before bandmate Malik abruptly departed the group.
The former NSYNC member and his partner get married in a ceremony officiated by JoAnna Garcia Swisher and Jamie-Lynn Sigler.
The former NSYNC member popped the question for a second time to his fiance on their first engagement anniversary.
The boyband's member tweets a link to an article reporting that NSYNC's tour and new songs, including a collaboration with Miley Cyrus, will arrive in 2015.
Rogen calls the 'Baby' singer 'a piece of s**t' in a Twitter post, while Bass says, 'I feel for him because I know exactly what he is going through.'
The former NSYNC member describes his new track, which he recorded with Snoop Dogg, Anise K and Bella Blue, as a 'fun dance track.'
The former NSYNC member pops the question to his beau with a black diamond ring in New Orleans and shows it off online.
The former NSYNC member says that the schedule of Justin Timberlake's upcoming solo tour is one of the reasons that prevents the band from reuniting again.
The former member of the boyband, who is also the host of Sirius XM's 'Dirty Pop With Lance Bass', addresses the rumor without confirming or denying it.
Lance says in a radio show that he hopes Amanda will get the help she needs, but the troubled starlet reacts harshly, calling him 'an ugly ex-boyband member with no talent or career.'
NSYNC's co-member Lance Bass says a reunion of his boyband with JT is highly unlikely at this time.
The NSYNC star made the confession during an interview with Larry King, admitting that what he did in the past was 'the stupidest thing to do.'
The openly-gay actors are spreading the message that suicide is not the option to deal with coming out because 'it gets better'.