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WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE LANCE
Really, what is it like to be Lance Bass? The talk show panelist and radio host, 36, takes PEOPLE through a day in his (very busy!) life.
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RISE AND SHINE
"I wake up at 5:45 a.m. to the screams of the Today show audience outside my window. I just walk right across the street to Rockefeller Center to my dressing room at The Meredith Vieira Show."
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"The audience is so much fun. They come in so early in the morning and have so much energy. I love live television. It has such an energy that just taping something doesn't have."
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"Michael [Turchin] happened to be with me at work yesterday. Yamaneika (also a Meredith Vieira Show panelist) was sick and we were racking our brains for who would fill in so last minute. They threw him in there and it was so much fun! He was a natural."
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"Michael and I usually do an early lunch around 11 a.m. We always split a sandwich and a tomato soup at 'wichcraft and talk about how our morning went."
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IN THE BOOTH
"I go across the street through the underground tunnel and start my live radio show Dirty Pop on Radio Andy. That's where I'm most comfortable. Whatever happens throughout the day, it just makes me happy to have my listeners there with me."
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"I went to see my friend Fortune Feimster. I was so excited to finally get to see her live and she was so freaking good. My cheeks were hurting after the show."
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"Michael took this shot of me. I was resting my eyes on the train. I didn't even know he took it. I love the subway."
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"Michael and I have been cooking. Last night, we made butternut squash rigatoni. It's our time to really bond and catch up. He gets to be my sous chef."
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