NSYNC's success led Bass to work in film and television.
He starred in the 2001 film On the Line, which his company, Bacon & Eggs, also produced.
Soon after, she appeared on two episodes of the hit show Full House, guest starring as a character named Jennifer.
She also had a small role on Harry and the Hendersons, playing Jessica. In 1993, at the age of 12, Fishel began her well-known role as Topanga Lawrence-Matthews on ABC's pilot series Boy Meets World.
"Here's a #TBT photo of Scotty and me getting married last week," Hayes shared on Facebook. ""How I Met Your Mother" star Neil Patrick Harris, left, and David Burtka married in Italy in September 2014.
In November 2014, "Will and Grace" star Sean Hayes, right, tied the knot with music producer Scott Icenogle.
In 1995, during his junior year of high school, Bass received a call from Justin Timberlake and his mother, Lynn Harless, who asked Bass if he would be interested in auditioning for the pop group NSYNC after the group's original bass singer, Jason Galasso, had quit.
According to an episode of VH1's Driven, Jan Boltz, president of BMG's German division, offered NSYNC a recording contract under the condition that they replace Bass, whose dancing, he felt, "wasn't at the same level as all the others." The group's first single, "I Want You Back" began receiving major radio play in the United States, and NSYNC soon found themselves becoming an "overnight sensation", a period which Bass describes in his autobiography as "the death of my own innocence".
He was also a member of a seven-man vocal group named Seven Card Stud, which competed at state fairs and performed at several social and political events for Senator Trent Lott.
As a young boy, Bass developed an interest in space, and at age 9 traveled to Cape Canaveral, Florida, with his father to watch his first live space shuttle launch.
Of this experience Bass said, "I was certain from then on that my future was to be involved with space." the youngest child of former longtime Mississippi Insurance Commissioner George Dale.
#Old News," Turchin made sure to let everyone know it's all good.
Singer Lance Bass and his artist husband, Michael Turchin, have been married since December 2014, when the duo made history by becoming the first same-sex couple to wed on an American television network.