Lance Bass and husband Michael Turchin are finally on their way to becoming a family of four.
The couple told People, “We always knew that if we were going to start the family, we wanted to go for twins just because Michael’s a twin — he’s a boy/girl twin. And he just loved that experience. I always wanted to have a twin, but we’re like, ‘Well, that’s so perfect because now we can do one of mine, one of yours.’ It was a no-brainer!”
Recently, they teased on TikTok that the arrival of their twins will be in November though the NSYNC member hoped they’ll arrive in time for Halloween.”They have no choice but to love Halloween because I’m obsessed and they’re going to be obsessed,” he joked.
The couple has been very open about their plans of starting their own family. In April 2019, the singer himself told Daily Pop, “We have been working on it for a year now and we were so ignorant thinking that we will get the surrogate in a day and the donor is going to work. We are on donor number seven, but it is looking like this is going to be the one.”
Lance added, “This is as close as we’ve ever gotten and we could be very close to being pregnant.” However, their surrogate got pregnant with twins that time but later miscarried.
So, is it okay for the couple to have their children take up a career in music in the future? Lance told People, “I would let them do whatever they want, but I would try to encourage something other than music. It’s just a hard business, and [in] this business you get told ‘No’ 99 percent of the time, and I don’t want my kid to go through that.”
He continued, “It takes a very strong will to stay in this business. I’d rather them play baseball.”
Meanwhile, they couldn’t help but feel excited about the idea of being parents. Lance shared, “I’m excited because I know Michael will be the best dad ever—that’s one of the reasons I wanted to marry him. I’m excited to start this family, ’cause I think all of us selfishly want to try to raise the best kid possible, just so we can have a better person in this world, helping out. And, so, I hope to raise some good kids that will leave a good mark on this world.”