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.