Lance Bass is one of the four brand-new hosts of ABC’s beloved / deranged reality show Bachelor in Paradise, and if Season 7 isn’t soundtracked entirely by NSYNC songs, I will personally file a complaint. Lance is co-hosting the show with Lil Jon, Titus Burgess, and David Spade, and inquiring / deeply nosy minds want to know what he’s getting paid for the gig. And also what he got paid for NYSYNC. And also his net worth. Basically we have a lot of questions about about Lance’s Bachelor $$$ – especially since we know Chris Harrison got paid MILLIONS to host BiP — and we’ve dedicated ourselves to finding answers. Find a full breakdown of Lance Bass’s net worth below, bye (bye bye)!
Obvi, Lance Made a Ton of Money from NSYNC
But please be advised that being a professional boy-bander didn’t always pay, just in case this is a career path you’re considering. NSYNC’s original manager Lou Pearlman ended up being the literal worst (he legit went to jail for a Ponzi scheme) —and because of his allegedly manipulative ways, Lance and his buddies barely got paid for a certain period of time. As in, they only got $ 10,000 each after an entire album’s worth of touring, appearances, sales, and promotion.
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Lance Bass made a documentary about the experience (so yeah, he had a lot of feelings), and said that Lou took the band out to dinner to give them their $ 10k checks. It was only then that he truly realized how effed up the situation was. “I open up the envelope, I see the check, and oh, my gosh, my heart sunk,” he said. “I couldn’t believe the number I was looking at. The check was $ 10,000. And not to sound ungrateful ’cause $ 10,000 is a lot of money. But when you compare it to how many hours we had put into this group for years, it didn’t even touch minimum wage. At all. ” He also noted that “Lou was making it seem like we were in so much debt that it would be a long time before we saw some real money.”
Don’t worry, though, this story has a happy ending: NSYNC eventually signed a $ 12 million deal with Jive Records, and now everyone is filthy rich. Yay!
Lance’s Potential Bachelor in Paradise Paycheck? Probably Around ~ $ 500k
This is entirely speculative, but I, a Bachelor Mathematician, believe that Lance and his fellow co-hosts are making $ 500,000 each. Here’s how I arrived at that number:
Bachelor and Bachelorette salaries.
Leads make $ 100,000- $ 250,000 per season, and while you might think hosts would earn something similar, IDK. Seems like there’s no way Lance is making that “little” given that he’s wildly famous and Bachelor / Bachelorette stars are … lol, not.
Chris Harrison’s salary.
The former host made about $ 2.6 million per season, and you might also think Lance and his co-hosts would make the same. Buuuuuut, there’s no way ABC is paying four hosts $ 2.6 million each for Bachelor in Paradise when their previous budget was a quarter of that.
If we consider that ABC had a budget of $ 2.6 million originally earmarked for Chris, it makes sense that they’d split this four ways among the four new hosts! Ergo: Lance Bass is probably making around $ 500,000 for Bachelor in Paradise, FIN.
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What’s Lance Bass’s Total Net Worth, You Ask?
That’d be a cool $ 22 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Because Mostly of that sweet, sweet boyband money, but also because he’s had a hand in a lot of different business ventures — including restaurants, a cocktail mixer, a Broadway run in Hairspray, and various endorsement deals. All that hard work has definitely paid off because Lance’s net worth is almost double that of his fellow, less prolific NSYNC stars, like Chris Kirkpatrick ($ 10 million), JC Chasez ($ 16 million), and Joey Fatone ($ 6 million). (Meanwhile Justin Timberlake is out here with $ 250 million.)
Kay, that’s it, BYE …
… don’t do it again …
… don’t do it again …
Mehera Bonner Mehera Bonner is a news writer who focuses on celebrities and royals.
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