Former ’N Sync member Lance Bass weds long-term partner Michael Turchin

Lance Bass tied the knot to his partner Michael Turchin in a star-studded ceremony at the Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles on Saturday, December 20.


Lance Bass has got married.

The former ’N Sync member tied the knot to his partner Michael Turchin in a star-studded ceremony at the Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles on Saturday, December 20, which was attended by famous faces including Kardashian family matriarch Kris Jenner, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump, and former bandmates Joey Fatone, JC Chasez, and Chris Kirkpatrick.

During the ceremony—which will be televised in February under the title Lance Loves Michael: The Lance Bass Wedding—the loved-up couple wore tuxedos designed in collaboration with Jeff Kim, and were looked after by close friends, actresses JoAnna Garcia Swisher and Jamie-Lynn Sigler who officiated proceedings.

Speaking about the decision to have the ceremony officiated by their pals, Lance said: "You could easily go to a preacher, a pastor or a rabbi but I don’t like that because you don’t really know them. You have a stranger in charge of the most important day of your life.

"We loved the idea of using someone who knows us."

Unfortunately for the 35-year-old hunk and his 27-year-old husband, ex-bandmate Justin Timberlake was unable to attend the bash due to his The 20/20 Experience World Tour, but guests at the "royal wedding meets the Met Ball"-themed event were treated to a special performance by 46-year-old musical theatre actress Kristin Chenoweth and JC, who sang a duet for the couple’s first dance.

Speaking prior to their nuptials, Lance—who came out in 2006—gushed about his groom for being his "best friend."

He told People magazine: "Michael gets my crazy life and he fits perfectly into it. We’re best friends."

Speaking to BRIDES magazine, he added: "I do think it’s going to be very easy for Michael and I to adjust to married life since it already feels like we’ve been married for years."

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