Lance Bass has been suspected of receiving plastic surgery, a nose job to be precise. However, the singer has never addressed any of the rumors.
James Lance Bass is a Mississippi-born American singer, dancer, actor, podcaster, film, and television producer who rose to prominence as the bass singer for the American pop boy band, NSYNC. His breakthrough with the band led to jobs in film and television appeared in the 2001 film, On the Line.
Later, Bass established a second production firm, Lance Bass Productions, as well as a now-defunct music management company, Free Lance Entertainment, which was a joint venture with Mercury Records.
Over the years, Lance Bass' appearance has been the debate of speech among his fans and admires. Many people claim his facial structure has changed completely than before. As a result, they are curious to know if he underwent plastic surgery to look young. Well, let's find it out together.
Has Lance Bass Really Received Plastic Surgery? Find Out the Truth!
Plastic surgery has become a big topic in the entertainment world, with fans and critics scrutinizing the appearances of their favorite stars. One such celebrity who has been the subject of plastic surgery rumors is Lance Bass (@lancebass).
The 44-year-old singer has also been the subject of public scrutiny on numerous occasions and for several years, with some reports dating back to 2008. Since then, people have noticed certain alterations to his physical characteristics, particularly his nose, but the singer has never addressed any of the rumors.
Lance Bass before and after plastic surgery.
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However, after seeing his before and after images, the public has become quite curious about what he had done to his nose. The internet and social media have been flooded with comments on his images, with a source in the press alleging that the musician has undergone a nose job. However, it was later shown that this was a bogus assertion when he appeared on the television show Keeping Up With The Kardashians and stated, "I am all what I am."
But given that his nose was previously significantly longer, it is pretty easy to see the difference between his nose now and before. Aside from that, it had a hump-like malformation and the tip was bulbous and droopy. However, if you look at his current photos, you will note that his nose is now thinner and chiseled, with a pointier elevated tip. He looks great even after his supposed nose job, leading the public to believe that the procedure was performed by a highly skilled plastic surgeon.
Apart from his high and refined nose tip, people report that his nasal bridge has subtle distinctions. However, the modifications are quite subtle and not at all dramatic, which has undoubtedly worked in his favor by improving his overall appearance. However, Lance Bass has never answered any of these allegations, thus they are simply rumors.
Lance Bass Is Planning a Big Business After a Reunion With His Former Band, NSYNC!
Lance Bass may be attempting to make a big business move following the massive NSYNC reunion by exploiting one of the boy band's most famous phrases. According to fresh court documents acquired by TMZ, Lance wishes to trademark the name Dirty Pop and apply it to a variety of junk food, including candy, chocolate, and flavored popcorn.
Lance Bass reunited with his former band, NSYNC, for the MTV Video Music Awards.
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Of course, the phrase is the first lyric of NSYNC's big hit Pop from back in the day. Moreover, the boy band reunited for the first time in a decade on Sep 12, 2023, presenting an award at the MTV Video Music Awards and fans have been going crazy ever since, so it seems like a perfect opportunity for Lance and the others to cash in.
According to the documents, Lance is also attempting to trademark Boy Band Wars implying that he may want to utilize it for a prospective TV series. The lads are already cashing in on all the NSYNC buzz now that they're back in the spotlight in Hollywood, releasing a new tune for Justin Timberlake's upcoming Trolls film.
Furthermore, Lance's company filed paperwork to get the rights to Frosted Tips for a possible new podcast. So, even if there isn't a new NSYNC album on the horizon, he doesn't seem to be saying "bye, bye, bye" anytime soon.