Posts Tagged ‘Lance’
» posted on Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 at 1:44 am by joey-fatone
Check out a clip, courtesy of the Rosie Show and Lance’s Facebook page:
Edi: the video doesn’t seem to be working but I did hear that it’s working on Perez Hilton’s page… If you’d like to see it, view it there.
» posted on Friday, February 17th, 2012 at 2:43 am by joey-fatone
Originally posted at ContactMusic.com:
Singer Lance Bass and actresses Emmanuelle Chriqui and Jenna Dewan-tatum are among the stars who have signed up for a marathon theatre challenge to raise money for charity.
American Pie’s Eddie Kaye Thomas, actress Jodie Sweetin and The Simpsons star Yeardley Smith will also take part in Hollywood Rush, which challenges performers to write and stage six 10-minute plays from scratch in a 24-hour period.
Proceeds from the event, to be held on 19 February (12) in Los Angeles, will be donated to The Baby Dragon Fund, which supports recovery programmes for drug addicts.
» posted on Tuesday, February 14th, 2012 at 12:52 pm by joey-fatone
After six years of pitching his show about Celebrities and their… ahem… junk? Famous Yard Sale THE SHOW has finally been bought and will be a TV show which means Lance will be on our TV’s! I can’t wait to see him tour homes of famous people and pick up items to be sold for charity. LOVE IT!
Listen to Lance make the announcement on his radio show The Pop Ten here.
» posted on Saturday, February 11th, 2012 at 10:38 am by joey-fatone
Hollywood Rushes To The Stage To Support The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center
Posted at Instinct Magazine | Friday, 10 February 2012
They’re noted for their brave screen performances, but if you’re clamoring to see some of Hollywood’s hottest stars show their chops without the gift of editing here’s your chance!
On Sunday, Feb.19, Lance Bass and George Kotsiopoulos are co-hosting the 2nd annual “Hollywood Rush,” a guerilla theater extravaganza in which 40 celebrities will write, rehearse, and perform 10-minute, one-act plays in front of a live audience. Did we mention that this creative process all occurs within 24 hours?
This could be magical or horrendously magical, but based on the line-up involved we’re leaning towards this being a little slice of theatrical heaven.
All of the proceeds go towards the Baby Dragon Fund, which supports the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s programs for youth, mental health, and crystal meth recovery and prevention—so basically we’ll love it regardless. You will too. Unless you hate charity. And helping people. And hope.
For more information on the performers and to purchase tickets, click here.
» posted on Tuesday, February 7th, 2012 at 8:00 pm by joey-fatone
has sung in the boy-band ‘N Sync and dabbled in space-travel. Now he’s perplexing to reinvent himself as a existence uncover producer. Bass stopped by “” (weekdays, 7 a.m. EST on Fox) on Thursday to speak about his latest project, … Continue reading
» posted on Tuesday, January 31st, 2012 at 2:48 pm by joey-fatone
Playbill posed the following challenge to both Wendy Bobbitt Cavett, music director of Mamma Mia!, and James Lowe, music director of Anything Goes: Create an entirely new, a cappella arrangement of the songs in your score that show off the music in an innovative and exciting way.
Lance Bass, formerly of the pop group ‘N Sync and Corny Collins in Broadway’s Hairspray, hosts the challenge and introduces viewers to both teams.
Performers for Anything Goes include Raymond J. Lee, Clyde Alves, Ward Billiesen, Justin Greer, Mark Ledbetter, Michelle Loucadoux and Kristen Beth Willams, with cast member Daniel J. Edwards credited as co-arranger and beat-boxer.
Mamma Mia! features Gerard Salvador, Allyson Carr, Deanna Aguinaga, Halle Morse, Catherine Ricafort, Lauren Sambataro, Felicity Claire, Corinne Melançon, Judy McLane, Lisa Brescia, Jennifer Perry, AJ Fisher, Bryan Scott Johnson, Albert Guerzon, Alison Luff and Tony Gonzalez.
Videos of the challenge are now available on Playbill.com; those interested can cast their vote now through midnight on Jan. 20. Only one vote per person is allowed. Check out both teams’ “Broadway Belt-Off” versions of their scores and vote here.
The team with the most votes will be crowned the winner of the first round of the “Broadway Belt-Off Challenge” and will go on to compete with the winner of round two. [source]
» posted on Friday, January 20th, 2012 at 7:04 pm by joey-fatone
If you don’t have Sirius (or are never around to listen to Lance’s hit pop culture rundown The Pop Ten with Lance Bass, we have a solution! Check out the Pop Ten Facebook Page (and like them, why doncha?) and click on “BandPage” . There you’ll find some clips of the latest, and something to get you through this difficult time of not being able to hear Lance live.
This week, Lance and the Peanuts celebrated Michael Turchin’s birthday. I heard it was a blast. Check it now!
» posted on Tuesday, November 29th, 2011 at 5:28 pm by joey-fatone
Music’s party of the year is almost here! The 2011 American Music Awards kick off this Sunday at 8pm ET on ABC. So here is everything you need to know about this year’s ceremony!
This year the excitement starts early, because the Coca-Cola Red Carpet Live @ the 2011 American Music Awards, hosted by Lance Bass, Michael Buckley, Estelle, Sarah Hyland, Mario, Audrina Patridge and Josh Sussman, will be streaming live on both LiveStream and YouTube starting at 2pm PT / 5pm ET!
Additionally, ABC will air a live pre-show “Countdown to The American Music Awards” hosted by Chris Harrison and Vanessa Lachey, with live reporting by Ryan Devlin starting at 7:00pm ET/PT.
The 2011 American Music Awards will be broadcast live from the NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE on Sunday, November 20th (8:00-11:00 pm ET/PT) only on ABC.
» posted on Sunday, November 27th, 2011 at 3:36 am by joey-fatone
So, the ad that Lance talked about is finally up on the Doritos website! Here’s how this works:
1.View the ad
2. Laugh at Lance’s pajamas
3. Awwwwww at his pout
4. Swoon at AJ’s dance moves
5. VOTE for this commercial! The winning commercial gets aired at Superbowl 2012.
» posted on Monday, November 21st, 2011 at 11:54 pm by joey-fatone
No words, just clicking!