Lance Bass waited to come out as gay to save *NSYNC


With Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone and Lance Bass all together again on one couch, it was time to let the fun begin. "For all of you who came from far and wide to be here to share this moment with us, thank you so much, this really means the world to all of us". And our wildest dreams were coming true and we were so incredibly thankful - and I still am.

It was "one of the highlights of our career, for sure", said Bass. During the existence the group released 7 albums and 20 hits, among which the most popular were "Bye Bye Bye", "it's Gonna Be Me", "This I Promise You" and others.

"These four guys mean so much to me", he added of his bandmates.

'So we're all sitting there, glasses on inside the airport like you do, five girls all sitting there: "Yeah, you can come and sing to us!" "It was like, 'Yeah, come out we're just going to sing a little bit.' Me and Joey were like, 'Cool, we can step touch, this is going to be great.' Then the choreographer shows up and we're like, 'Wait, wait, what?' Lot of Tylenol". Thousands of super-fans lined up in the early morning hours to ensure a good spot to view the highly anticipated star ceremony. "You always look at all the different people that are on there and you're like 'Man, one day hopefully, it would be nice to have that, ' and it's actually just really surreal in a sense", Fatone said.

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Fans are more than excited for *NSYNC getting their star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame on Monday.

Any tourist to Hollywood can tell you that the Walk of Fame is a cool and unique sight that lets you honor some of your favorite actors, singers, dancers, and entertainers.

HOLLYWOOD, CA - APRIL 30: NSYNC is honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 30, 2018 in Hollywood, California.

"It's Gonna Be May" took off as a common mishearing of the lyrics in 'It's Gonna Be Me'.