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Lance Bass Is Ready for Baby With Husband Michael Turchin

Former NSYNC member Lance Bass and his husband, Michael Turchin, are definitely in sync when it comes to family planning. Bass attended the Family Equality Council’s 2018 Los Angeles Impact Awards on March 17, where he told Us Weekly he and Turchin, who after dating for three years, married in December 2014, have kids on the brain.

“We’re starting our family this year too, so it’s nice to know we have this much support,” Bass told Us. “I don’t think anyone is really prepared to have kids. I think you just have to go with the flow… We have tons of friends who have gone through the process. We’re interviewing everyone.”

They strolled the red carpet together at the Impact Awards, held at the Globe Theatre at Universal Studios. Bass posted to Instagram about the event. “This weekend we honored some amazing people who are making it easier for families like mine to thrive. Knowing we have a village like the #FamilyEqualityCouncil behind us, makes us super excited to have our [own] children one day.”

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The two told Us they are major Universal nerds — pretty cute:

“Oh my God, we actually come to Universal a lot. We have a pass. We do like holidays here. This is kind of our escape,” Bass said. “I love The Mummy. Oh no, Transformers is good too. I kind of just like doing the backstage tour, which is really inspiring if you’re in the business. I love looking at all that kind of stuff, it gets you inspired… We love any kind of thrill.”

(That’s good news for Bass and Turchin because there’s no thrill like parenthood, really.)

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Bass is one busy guy right now. The Dancing with the Stars alum is working on developing a talk show at the moment for pilot season. “I’m in development right now. I’ve got a talk show hopefully coming out this year at some point. That’s all we’re kind of focused on right now,” he said. “Can’t really get into it yet because it’s just a pilot.”

Fair enough. We look forward to hearing more on both development fronts: pilots and babies.

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