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Lance Bass Engaged to Michael Turchin

Singer proposed to his partner shortly after 'N Sync reunion

September 1, 2013 3:42 PM ET
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Lance Bass and Michael Turchin at The Music Center in Los Angeles.
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Lance Bass is engaged to marry his boyfriend, Michael Turchin. Us Weekly reports that Bass proposed to Turchin in New Orleans shortly after his former band, 'N Sync, reunited at the MTV Video Music Awards last week.

Bass begin dating Turchin, an aspiring actor and model, in December 2011. On August 28th, a few days after N' Sync's VMA performance, Bass tweeted a picture of himself and Turchin with the caption, "For the first time ever I got to perform w *NSYNC as an out entertainer and was thinking of this man the whole time." The band broke up in 2003, and Bass publicly came out as gay in July 2006.

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According to Us Weekly, Bass proposed to Turchin with a black diamond band after texting Turchin's parents to ask their permission. 

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