Book parties aren’t known to be ragers and, sadly, Lance Bass‘ was no exception.

We strolled on over to Azza on 55th street last night expecting to see hordes of homos clamoring for a little boy bander action. Boy, were we surprised when we were ushered straight in and down the stairs, where a smattering of gents had gathered to celebrate Bass’ new book, Out of Sync. If there were more details, we’d give them, but absolutely nothing interesting happened. Except, of course, that we finally met Gawker’s Choire Sicha, who high-tailed it approximately .2 seconds after we turned our backs. Speaking of time: it took Michael Musto all of five seconds to find two cute admirers. We were, quite frankly, astounded.

After hiding out in the VIP area, Mr. Bass cruised through the room to greet his adoring gays. All twelve of them. No doubt the Hairspray actor longed for the N Sync days, when he had masses of screaming fans. Despite the dearth of attendees, Bass’ book continues to rise on Amazon’s best-seller list. It’s currently at 103, up from 333. The spike may or may not have to do with it being 32% off the cover price.

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