Lance Bass cancels his Christmas plans

The *NSYNC singer and her husband Michael Turchin had planned to leave Los Angeles with their two-year-old twins Alexander and Violet during the holiday season, but work commitments have forced them to stay in the city, so the couple is ready for a ‘less stressful’ break this year.

Lance told PEOPLE magazine:

‘We just canceled most of our vacation plans. We always go to the east coast during the holidays, but because of work we had to cancel everything. So we’ll stay in Los Angeles. Which is less stressful and will be enjoyable.’

The 44-year-old star and his wife have a special day planned for their children.

He explained:

‘We’re taking them to Disneyland for Christmas. It will be your first experience at Disney. I always said not until they were three, but since we were stuck here, I thought, ‘Okay, we have to do something special!’ We’ll see how long we can all last!’

Lace prefers the Florida theme park, Disney World, having lived in Orlando for eight years during its pop heyday, but wants to wait to take the twins there when they fully appreciate the experience.


‘My thing is that I can’t take them to Disney World until they’re a little older. Because once you get to Disney World, you can’t go back!’

The ‘Bye Bye Bye’ singer’s children were delighted when he and his *NSYNC bandmates reunited for the animated film ‘Trolls Band Together.’

He commented:

‘My kids are the right age to be obsessed with Trolls and they love that dad is there and has his own character.’

Lance admitted that the meeting led the group to want to do more than just record the one song they did for the movie.

This is what he said:

‘Because of this experience of meeting up and seeing what the fan reaction was, it really encouraged us to discuss something more. So we’re talking, just exchanging ideas to see if something works. There is definitely some kind of future for us. I just don’t know what it’s going to be like yet.’

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