Krewella and Lance Bass Talk Family, LGBT Laws and Politics at DNC: Watch

Lance Bass at Club Nokia
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Lance Bass at Club Nokia on Aug. 1, 2015 in Los Angeles. 

Lance Bass admits he’s not aligned with either major political party. But he’s thrown his star power behind Hillary Clinton and the Democrats because, in his own words, he votes with his “common sense.”

Bass spent a chunk of this week at the Democratic National Convention, where he mingled in the “Boiler Room” (aka the floor) with delegates. 

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The *NSYNC star joined Krewella for an interview in the early hours, tired, delirious, and with a croaky voice. “It’s been overwhelming, for sure.” But he was brimming with energy as he talked politics and the current landscape for the LGBT community “One thing we could actually do is let gay guys donate blood. That would be an equal thing to do,” the Mississippi raised pop star explained. “It’s those kinds of inequalities we have to keep fighting.”

Bass also got clucky about starting a family with his husband, Michael Turchin. “We’re definitely going to have our own children. We’re going to start that in the next couple of years, which I’m very excited about.”

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The fourth and final day of the DNC was a big occasion not just for Hillary Clinton. It marked the 16th anniversary of the singer's first No. 1 with *NSYNC's "It's Gonna Be Me," and the anniversary of his relationship with husband Michael Turchin.

“I’m not a Democrat, I’m not a Republican, I have no affiliation to any party,” Bass insists. “I just have my common sense.” Watch the interview below.


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