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Alias James Lance Bass. Links www. James Lance Bass born May 4, , best known as Lance Bass , is an American pop singer, dancer, actor, film and television producer, and author. He grew up in Mississippi and rose to fame as the bass singer for the American pop boy band 'N Sync. In July , Bass revealed that he is gay in a cover story for People magazine.
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Lance Bass' memoir talks about the end of 'N Sync
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Two years after I graduated from high school in , Lance Bass came out of the closet on the cover of People Magazine. His revelation struck a chord for me not just because he was a celebrity, as one-fifth of the world-famous pop group 'N Sync, but because he was from Clinton, Miss. As far as I knew growing up, there were no gay people in Clinton. I know better now, but as a gay kid in Jackson yes, my nickname at St. It wasn't until I moved away to attend Interlochen Arts Academy in northern Michigan my junior year of high school that I met other gay people my age.
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When Bass did finally reveal his sexual orientation, he did it with a bang: On the cover of People magazine. Bass was training to be an astronaut at one point. According to assertions Bass makes in the book, Pearlman stole money, Justin Timberlake left the band too quickly, and the Russians who partnered with the space program were, like Pearlman, strictly out for the moolah. Bass also admonishes former boyfriends, including fellow celebrity Reichen Lehmkuhl, but only briefly.
As the iconic '90s boy band's success reached soaring heights, Bass says he began to feel lower than ever, with depression over his identity taking hold. As rumors about his sexual orientation began to swirl, the Mississippi native admits he began dating women "just for the optics of it. Being in one of the most successful music groups of the time, he also feared that by revealing his sexuality, he'd be jeopardizing the careers of his four other bandmates: "It was a secret I was always going to take to the grave. Finding love also provided him with the clarity to begin living more authentically. Enter his life-changing People magazine cover with the words "I'm Gay" emblazoned under his photo in large yellow type.
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