Lance Bass Signs With Gersh (Exclusive)
The ‘N Sync singer-turned-producer and actor will host the pre-show for the Billboard Music Awards this Sunday.
Lance Bass has signed with Gersh for U.S. representation, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.
This Sunday the ‘N Sync alum will host the Billboard Music Awards' red carpet pre-show alongside Jordin Sparks and Ted Stryker after co-hosting four straight American Music Awards pre-shows, from 2010 through 2013. He currently is developing a scripted half-hour project with Lionsgate for E!, where he also is producing a special about his upcoming wedding to artist and actor Michael Turchin.
Bass executive produced the documentary Kidnapped for Christ, which won an Audience Award at Slamdance this January as well as a pair of Special Jury Prizes at the Nashville Film Festival last month. He also produced Mississippi I Am, which documented LGBT rights campaigns in his home state, and exec produced the comedies The Grand and Love Wrecked. The first feature Bass executive produced was his 2001 starring vehicle On the Line, for which he was nominated for two Teen Choice Awards and won a Golden Apple Award for Male Discovery of the Year.
Bass has starred on Broadway as Corny Collins in Hairspray, and he came in third place on the seventh season of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. The youngest person to be inducted into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame currently hosts the SiriusXM radio show Dirty Pop with Lance Bass and published his memoir, Out of Sync, in 2007.
The longtime outer space advocate is the National Youth Spokesperson for World Space Week and also serves on the Environmental Media Association’s Young Hollywood Board.
Bass continues to be repped by attorney Christian Martin.