Memoir "Therapeutic."

Lance Bass Lost It With Theater Queen

Lance Bass‘ new memoir Out of Sync gives readers all the gory details of his coming of age, including his first homo-encounter. Writes NYDN‘s Ben Widdicombe:

Bass says he first learned about the birds and the birds in 2000, when he met a comely chorus boy at a cast party for Mamma Mia! in Chicago.

“In a bold gesture, I managed to invite him back to my hotel room without anybody knowing about it,” he recalls.

It’s incredible the stage song bird didn’t sing about it.

Meanwhile, in other Bass-related news, The New York Times spent some inkage studying the Hairspray actor and got him to open up about writing the book:

I’ve been asked too many times to write a book by the fans. And it was very, I don’t know, like, therapeutic, writing this book. Because the whole time, with ’NSync especially, it went by just so fast, it was like a blur. There was a lot of different things that I didn’t realize were going on.

The Times article also features some commentary from a very familiar face. Or, rather, name.

[PS: Out of Sync currently stands at 333 on Amazon’s best seller list, up from 1,252.]