Lance Bass made hearts flutter throughout the late 90s and early 2000s as a member of the immensely popular boy group, NSYNC. He was originally hired to replace NSYNC's original bass, and though he had the vocal chops, his dance skills left a bit to be desired. NSYNC was offered a recording contract, but only if they got rid of Lance, since his dancing skills were subpar. The group refused to sign without him, and he worked hard to improve his dance skills. The rest is history. NSYNC went on to sell 56 million albums. Their albums, "No Strings Attached" and "Celebrity", hold the records for the 1st and 2nd fastest-selling albums of all time, respectively. In 2002, the group went on hiatus in order to take a break from their hectic touring and recording schedule. Justin Timberlake began recording solo material while they were all resting, and that was the end of the group. With the exception of a very brief, and somewhat depressing, appearance at this year's VMAs, NSYNC never performed together again. Millions of people were heartbroken by the news that the group had officially disbanded. Since then, Lance Bass has focused on working behind-the-scenes, running two production companies, as well as acting in both film and television projects. He has also competed on "Dancing with the Stars". In 2006, he broke even more hearts, when he came out of the closet. He became engaged to Michael Turchin in September 2013, and put his New York City apartment on the market almost immediately.
Lance Bass' house is 1,300 square feet, and has one bedroom and two bathrooms. The apartment is located in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, and features high ceilings, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and lots of sunlight. Lance Bass' house also has a large open plan living room/dining room/kitchen area, and an office. There are also eleven closets, and the office has a Murphy Bed, just in case you want to entertain some extra guests. Lance Bass' house also has a rooftop deck. He bought the apartment in 2010 for $1.495 million. He then rented it for $8500 per month for part of last year and this year, before finally deciding to sell. It is currently listed for $2.2 million. Let's see if a hardcore NYSNC fan snaps it up.