Lance Bass Is Bitter

October 24th, 2007 // 3 Comments

Justin’s lookin’ kinda smokin’ here. Lance Bass says that he realizes now that Justin Timberlake’s last composition with N*Sync (“Gone”) was his goodbye to all of them. Lance says that he gave up several opportunities waiting for JT to come back to the group. “Two & A Half Guys” guest shot? Thanksgiving Day Parade hosting gig? C’mon. Please.

Bass says: “When you really look back at it, with the song Gone, it was just him, no one else had any leads… It was just his solo record.

He adds: “I gave up so many opportunities, some television projects that I personally wanted to do, because I knew couldn’t.”

Bass says he and the rest of N*SYNC thought Timberlake would just record a solo record and then come back to record the next disc with them. HAH! Yeah, right. Are you kidding? Look, Lance. You’ve got it better than the most. You can at least do some gigs now that you’re riding the gay train. It could be worse. Chris Kirkpatrick is on VH-1 in “Man Band”. I’ll type it again, Chris Kirkpatrick is on VH-1 in “Man Band”. And while I’m counseling you, do you happen to have Joey’s phone number?

Photos: Flynet Onilne

By J. Harvey
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  1. Darth Paul

    Poor dear. First dissed by JT, then douched (pun intended) by Reichen…and now he’s even too old for Cobra Video.

  2. Tim

    Well, not that I am a Joey fatone fan, but my hubby and i were watching the Singing Bee last night and we wikipedia’d Joey himself:
    Fatone often works with best friend and former bandmate Lance Bass. The two starred together in the 2001 Miramax film On the Line, and also did voice work together on the same episodes of Disney’s Kim Possible and Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken.

    Fatone is currently the host of NBC’s The Singing Bee as well as the Australian version of the show.

    On August 21, 2007, it was announced that Fatone, along with Lisa Rinna, will be replacing Joan Rivers and Melissa Rivers as hosts of TV Guide’s red carpet pre-shows for the 2007-2008 season.

    he seems to be doing better than most.(I’m not a network tv star, so what do I know?)

  3. Chaz

    Is Bass serious? It was obvious by the end the group had become “Justin Timberlake with ‘n Sync.” The guy should be grateful he got to come along for the ride as long as he did, since the other 4 were completely replaceable at any time.

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