Lance Bass And Husband Michael Turchin Hope To Welcome Twins Next Year After 6 Failed Donor Attempts!
NSYNC singer Lance Bass says he and husband Michael Turchin are more than ready to become parents and are hoping to welcome twins in 2020.
The surrogate the couple are using looks to be pregnant which is great news since the last 7 attempts have failed. Lance is hoping to announce the happy news “in the next few weeks.”
The boy-band singer spoke about his plans for fatherhood on former Real Housewives star Heather Dubrow’s podcast called “Heather’s World.” There the 40 year old opened up about the process of having a baby- or babies.
“We’re getting close. I know we keep saying this every time I come on your show….It’s been a process.
“You know, we went through seven donors, but this seventh one looks like it worked! So, hopefully in the next few weeks I’ll be able to announce some nice celebration. They will be here next-I say ‘they’ because, of course, we’re trying to go for twins, but that’s, you know, still up in the air. But yeah, so next year, 2020 babies!”
Lance has even considered the babies star signs saying they’ve been told to make sure they don’t have a Gemini baby and try for a Taurus instead.
He explained: “If we end up getting pregnant, like, soon, that puts them right on the boarder of Taurus-Gemini. So, we had to do it now for them to stay a Taurus.”
When asked by Heather if he was ready to become a father, Lance said he couldn’t be more ready!
“I’ve been ready, are you kidding me? It’s been delayed so much. Like, I’m just kind of like itching to be a dad. You know, I’m 40 now. So, I mean, it’s time. I’ve been waiting for this.”
Michael and Lance, who were married in 2014 after dating for a few years, have said they can’t wait to start decorating their home for their babies. They’ve even started collecting art for the nursery.
“Right now, we’re about to expand on our house because we are starting the baby thing … We keep buying art already. We’re not even pregnant yet, and we keep seeing things and saying, ‘It’s perfect for the nursery that we do not have.’