Lance bass dating a married
In 1995, during his junior year of high school, Bass received a call from Justin Timberlake and his mother, Lynn Harless, who asked Bass if he would be interested in auditioning for the pop group NSYNC after the group's original bass singer, Jason Galasso, had quit.
According to an episode of VH1's Driven, Jan Boltz, president of BMG's German division, offered NSYNC a recording contract under the condition that they replace Bass, whose dancing, he felt, "wasn't at the same level as all the others." The group's first single, "I Want You Back" began receiving major radio play in the United States, and NSYNC soon found themselves becoming an "overnight sensation", a period which Bass describes in his autobiography as "the death of my own innocence".
Lance Bass finished in third place and produced its second feature film, Lovewrecked, in 2005.
The film debuted on the ABC Family Channel in January 2007, and starred Amanda Bynes, Chris Carmack and Jamie-Lynn Sigler, with Bass in a minor role. Bass later formed a separate production company named Lance Bass Productions.
The couple engaged in 2018 and in the same year, they tied the knot in the presence of families and friends.
Previously, Fishel tied the knot to her first husband, Tim Belusko in 2013.
Bass dated actress Danielle Fishel of TV's Boy Meets World throughout 19.
In his autobiography, Bass documents two gay relationships that predated media speculation; one with a Miami, Florida, native named Jesse, with whom Bass lived for two years, and another with an Idaho native named Joe.
The film also featured a soundtrack which included previously unreleased songs by NSYNC and Britney Spears.Danielle Fishel is a married woman and is married twice.As of now, Fishel is living a blissful life with her boyfriend turned husband Jensen Karp.The American public's reaction was generally positive, with Bass receiving "overwhelming support" from many teenagers and young adults who grew up listening to 'N Sync.However, Bass received criticism from the LGBT community when he referred to himself and his friends as "straight-acting" in his People interview, stating, "I call them the SAGs – the straight-acting gays. I love to watch football and drink beer." Bass stated, "Every community is hard to please. It's a touchy community because it's the last civil rights movement we have left here in America.