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Lance Bass Wears Heels on 'DWTS', Has His Feet Swollen

September 19, 2008 04:58:33 GMT

He told People wearing heels on the series is "not fun" because his feet "are swollen sausages every day!"


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Already considered as an early favorite on "Dancing with the Stars", Lance Bass finds it hard to deal with the pain of wearing heels for his stint on the series. "It's not that fun. My feet are swollen sausages every day!" so he told People magazine at the Lollipop Theatre Networks cocktail party Tuesday, September 16.

Revealing more of the pain he has experienced while prepping for "Dancing with the Stars," the former NSYNC singer admitted that spending countless of hours for four weeks exercising for his upcoming performance on the series' season 7 premiere has made him "feeling his age." He testified that at 29 "it doesn't feel the same at all" adding "the first thing you notice is your knees, then your lower back goes out, your arms start hurting-and the feet!"

Focusing on his competition while feeling "excited, scared, and nervous" about the other contestants, Lance said his former bandmate Joey Fatone has showed some support. "He said I got it," he recalled. "I was used to the hard work with NSYNC."

For the season 7 premiere, which will be aired Monday, September 22 at 8 P.M. ET on ABC, Lance revealed that he has "cha cha" and "quick step ready to go!"

Meanwhile, rumors have been mounting that Lance is about to launch a dance show which will be more or less similar to "Dancing with the Stars," but his version will feature gay couples. Not without reason, but the report emerged soon after he told E! Online, "I think it would be so silly that it would just overshadow everything else going on. It would just be like making fun of something. But if it was another show with all guys dancing and all girls dancing, that's a different story. I think that's sexy. I should pitch that."

© AceShowbiz.com




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