Lance Bass, the former boy band sensation, is chatting with Larry King on the hit online show Larry King Now. The former singer will talk about his relationship with NSYNC and where their friendship stands today, the ups and downs of hiding his sexuality, & his dreams of making a country album.
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Lance will also fill-in his fans on his documentary, Mississippi: I Am, and his plans to televise his wedding on E!
Lance Bass told Larry King that he was sure that his friends and band-mates questioned if he was gay, but they never came out and asked him.
"I'm sure they questioned it, but it never was a topic of conversation."
"What is it like to hide something every day of your life?" asked Larry King.
"It's tiring, Larry, very tiring," said Lance. "When you're younger, you wake up every day praying to God 'please change me please change me,' then you accept this won't change this won't change. And then once you start feeling better about yourself and meeting other gay people, then you're like, wow, I actually like myself this way. So it's crazy the evolution that you go through as a kid to an adult in being gay."
As for the wedding, Lance told the host:
"The wedding will be next year, around February. We're going to air the special around Valentine's Day," Lance Bass said. "I'm producing this one so I'm going to film it and it will show the days leading up to it...because the thing is, we're still two guys getting married, and two guys, it's really hard to plan a wedding, so there's a lot of humor coming out of this because we have no idea what we're doing."
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