Prior to Lance joining the group, the band had Jason Galasso as their bass singer. “And I don't think there's one outfit that I can look back on that I say, ‘Wow, that was great.’ I think they're all pretty hideous.”. Para saber mais sobre nossa política de cookies, acesse link. “And I think that's why the fandom is so crazy, because all of them have that one or two that they just love and they support,” he said.

Esses Cookies nos permitem coletar alguns dados pessoais sobre você, como sua ID exclusiva atribuída ao seu dispositivo, endereço de IP, tipo de dispositivo e navegador, conteúdos visualizados ou outras ações realizadas usando nossos serviços, país e idioma selecionados, entre outros. And people were selling records like no one had ever done before.”, “I was excited to maybe get a job at Disney World,” Bass recounted of his modest expectations when he joined the group at age 16. Groups of previously unknown singers, backed by the power of the music industry, took over the entertainment world almost overnight. The NSYNC star joined That Literally Happened to talk about the group’s whirlwind fame in the ’90s and what he thinks about BTS and the K-pop bands that have taken over the music world today. Their self-titled debut album was successfully released to European countries in 1997, and later debuted in the US market with the single "I Want You Back". Today, K-pop bands like BTS have taken over the global spotlight once occupied by the likes of NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys, but Bass had nothing but praise for the new pop icons. Lance Bass doesn’t think so. Bass noted that the varying personalities of BTS’s members allowed for a wide array of fans to identify with the group, comparing it to what the Spice Girls did in the ’90s. And people were selling records like no one had ever done before.” “We spent many hours in the dance studio and, fun fact, I was not a dancer when I joined NSYNC,” he recalled. “It was a time in music history that I don't think will ever exist again,” Bass explained.“It was the explosion of pop. Bass said he first knew the band was going to be big when they opened a stadium show for Janet Jackson in Detroit. Looks like your browser doesn't support JavaScript. “I think it's fun because I like performances,” he added. Posted on March 4, 2020, at 11:59 a.m. Justin, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone, and Lance. "That was my barometer of if you were big or not, and we finally got on the show.”. “I love K-pop. BuzzFeed News’ FinCEN Files investigation exposed massive financial corruption on a historic global scale. Unfortunately, things didn't work out, and Jason decided that he didn't want to be in a boyband after all. NSYNC consisted of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass.

were the ‘N Sync members. Catch new episodes of That Literally Happened, Mondays on Facebook Watch. Lance Bass, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and Justin Timberlake were stretched a little too thin and in need of some R&R, fans were led to believe. Every decade has its defining trends, but nothing encapsulates ’90s pop culture quite like the boy band.
NSYNC reunited over Zoom for Lance Bass’ birthday. The band was now in need of a bass singer, so Justin Timberlake put in a call to his vocal coach who suggested none other than Lance Bass. It's fun to see a group of different personalities all work together.”. “One is born every single day.”. “So when I go to a show, I want to be entertained, and when you have that many people, you can have a lot of fun onstage.”. ET.

So will the boy band craze ever really go away? Other career highlights for Bass included performing with Aerosmith at the Super Bowl, performing at the Academy Awards when the group was nominated for Best Original Song, and going on the Rosie O’Donnell Show. In 2002, *NSYNC, the boy band of our collective pre-teen dreams, decided to go on hiatus at the height of their career. While the NSYNC star looked back fondly on most of his time with the group, he did have some fashion regrets. Become a BuzzFeed News member. Want to support our journalism? That was really bad,” he joked. NSYNC members also written as *NSYNC or ‘N Sync was a famous American boy band in the 90s. That Literally Happened, a new show from BuzzFeed News on Facebook Watch, is revisiting some of the most memorable moments of the ’90s. “I think boy bands will always be huge because there will always be tweens out there,” Bass joked. You know, something that this country's never seen before,” Bass said, explaining that K-pop groups with a larger number of members create a different dynamic among the bands and their fans. “You get these goosebumps and they don't go away the whole time you're onstage.”. Fame came quickly to the boy bands of the time, and Lance Bass of NSYNC joined That Literally Happened to share his experience being at the center of it all. According to Bass, the formula for a great pop group boils down to three key elements: harmony, performance, and personality. Other groups of Bass' friends also made appearances on his Zoom, including Kristen Chenoweth, singer and actress Shoshana Bean, YouTube star Colleen "Miranda Sings" Ballinger, and Frankie Grande. “So I had to learn how to have rhythm and how to dance a little bit, and as we progressed, I got better and better at it.”. Bass recalled the process of learning the choreography as frustrating, but added that performing it onstage was always much more fun. Ao continuar com a navegação em nosso site, você aceita o uso de cookies. “That would have been fun.”. NSYNC was an American boy band formed in Orlando, Florida, in 1995 and launched in Germany by BMG Ariola Munich.
For Bass, that didn’t always come easily. “We would wear the same matching outfits.