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Exclusive: Lance Bass Says His Kids 'Love' Music — But They 'Haven't Heard Much of *NSYNC' Yet

Mar. 22 2024, Published 5:56 p.m. ET

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It seems like Lance Bass' twins, son Alexander James and daughter Violet Betty, whom he shares with husband Michael Turchin, are taking after the singer!

"They really love music, so I am excited for them to get into it, but they haven't heard too much *NSYNC songs, which is my fault! They do love 'Bye Bye Bye' — that is a hit for them, but it's definitely helped that I came out with a song called 'Better Place' from Trolls Band Together because they are obsessed with Trolls. Poppy and Viva [who are the main characters] are their heroes, so the fact that Baba is a character in the movie blows their mind," the star, 44, exclusively tells Morning Honey while chatting about his partnership with Allegra Airways, a first-of-its-kind navigation tool that helps the user find real-time routes with less pollen and air pollution. "I do a lot of voiceover work, but if they see a character of mine on TV, they know!"

"I just did Baby Shark's Big Movie, and I play a fish, but they're like, 'Baba, Baba.' I am like, 'How did you know that's me?'" Bass continues. "They know everything!"

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Lance Bass shares his twins with husband Michael Turchin.

Though the dad-of-two lets them listen to kid music, he also surrounds them with stuff he loves. "I want them to be influenced by things I grew up on, like blues, bluegrass and country music," the "Pop" crooner shares. "I want them to listen to the real thing!"

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Since the twins are only 2 years old, they've been to one concert for soundcheck — so far. "We did a benefit concert for when Aaron Carter passed away, and we had some Backstreet Boys and *NYSYNCers there. It was the first time they got to see dad on stage, and I'm sure they were like, 'What is this? What are you doing with a microphone in your hand?' But they loved it!" he shares. "My son has been bitten by the entertainment bug. He grabbed the microphone and started beatboxing. I had no idea he knew how to do that, but it was fun. If we do any more shows in the future, I definitely want my kids there because I need them to see me with the boys."

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Lance Bass says his kids 'love' music.

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At this time, the twins are "very different" from one another. "They have different opinions and likes. She likes music, but he loves music. She's very studious and smart and loves reading books. She's the calm one that thinks everything out, and you can tell he's your stereotypical boy," he notes. "He's interested in so many things, so it will be fun to see what he ends up liking. He loves sports, music and art, so we'll see what he's drawn to."

After *NSYNC reunited at the 2023 VMAs, people have been hoping new music from the group could be on the horizon — something Bass is also crossing his fingers for.

"We're having such a great time," he gushes. "It's going to be interesting figuring out how to balance work life and dad life. These last few years have been amazing, and I've been able to stay home a lot and be with the kids the first two years of their lives. But things are heating up, and it'll be interesting to see what we can handle. It's going to be fun and my kids are going to get to experience some great stuff ahead."

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The dad-of-two is excited for his kids to watch him perform.

Before Bass potentially gets on the road, he's focused on making sure his allergies don't act up prior to the spring season. "This time of year, my car is covered with yellow pollen. I just instantly feel my eyes welling up. I've suffered from allergies my whole life, and when I travel, it's different types of allergies wherever I go. As a sufferer, a parent and an outdoor enthusiast, I know how these allergies affect my everyday routine," he explains of his partnership with Allegra Airways, a first-of-its-kind navigation tool that helps the user find real-time routes with less pollen and air pollution.

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Lance Bass teams up with Allegra, a leader in allergy relief, to launch Allegra Airways - the world’s first navigation tool that helps find real-time routes with less pollen, less air pollutants, better air quality – you can check out at Airways.Allegra.com.

"I loved partnering with Allegra to share more details about this new mapping tool," he adds. "This website is so incredible. I want everyone to know about this because it maps out the cleanest route for your day if you want to go on a hike or run some errands. It will know the exact route you should go in order to avoid those allergies that you have. It's so brilliant and much-needed!"

Check it out at Airways.Allegra.com.

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