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Lance Bass is officially a married man! The former *NSYNC singer and Michael Turchin tied the knot on Saturday (Dec. 20).
The happy couple said “I do” in front of friends and family at the Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, according to E! News. Fellow *NSYNC bandmates Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and JC Chasez were in attendance, as well as Jamie-Lynn Sigler and JoAnna Garcia Swisher (who officiated over the wedding) and Kristin Chenoweth, who joined Chasez in singing the first dance for the couple. Justin Timberlake missed the nuptials, as he is currently on tour.
“I’m really excited that JC is going to [sing during] our first dance,” Bass previously said of Chasez and Chenoweth joining forces. “It is, of course, very meaningful to me. He has the best voice I’ve ever heard in my entire life. And it looks like he might be doing it as a duet with Kristin Chenoweth.”
Us Weekly further reports that other guests included AJ McLean of the Backstreet Boys as well as reality stars including Lisa Vanderpump, Cheryl Burke, Carmen Electra and Kris Jenner.
Bass and Turchin began dating in late 2011 and got engaged in September 2013. Bass publicly came out in 2006. Their wedding is scheduled to air on E! on Feb. 5 as a 90-minute special titled Lance Loves Michael: The Lance Bass Wedding.
“The whole wedding itself is very classy, you know. We wanted to plan something that could last for 100 years,” Bass shared with E! prior to the big day. “When we show our grandchildren this amazing tape of our wedding, the best wedding video ever, I want them to be able to look at this and be like ‘Wow, that stood the test of time.’ So we’re using a lot of elements in the wedding that are classy and one of those is definitely our first dance. The song we chose is a song that lasts forever, something that is very special to us.”
Hours before getting married, Bass took to social media to open up about the man he was about to marry. “Today I marry the man of my dreams,” he wrote on Twitter. “He makes me smile; he makes my heart melt; he makes me….me.”
— Lance Bass (@LanceBass) December 20, 2014
This story originally appeared on Billboard.com.
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