Former 'N SYNCer Lance Bass “tells all about his life, his music and his sexuality” in an autobiography due to hit shelves in October, the publisher announced on March 7th.
Simon Spotlight Entertainment announced that the book is titled “Out of Sync” and promises a "behind-the-scenes look at the 27-year-old singer’s days in boy band ’N Sync, as well as his headline-making venture to undergo astronaut training for a Russian space mission," according to MSNBC.
Bass never went on the trip due to a lack of funds.
Bass first announced in July that he is gay. He has been quoted as saying that he didn’t come out earlier because he was afraid that it would affect ’N Sync’s popularity.
Why he has to publicly "come out" is the best question to ask. Is there really a need to make a public announcement and write a book about the matter? Obviously, Bass, his agent, and the publisher all thought it to be a good idea.