Lance Bass and Michael Turchin announced this week that they are expecting twins, they will be born via surrogacy. The two, Lance Bass and Michael Turchin, are best known for being former members of pop group *NSYNC.
Lance Bass, the former NSYNC member, was recently welcomed with the news that he and his wife are expecting twins via a surrogate. The couple, who have been married for over 13 years and have been trying to conceive for several months, welcomed the news with the joyous announcement that they were “surrogate twins.” For those of you who are unfamiliar with surrogacy, it is the process of having a baby through a gestational carrier (surrogate mother), which is a woman who carries and delivers a baby that is not the mother’s own child. Surrogacy is an option that many couples consider for various reasons and has become a popular choice for many couples.
123RF (artman1) the parents are holding the twins’ feet Congratulations to Dancing with the Stars finalist and her husband – Lance Bass and Michael Turchin are expecting surrogate twins. Watch the baby announcement video below and find out how long the couple has been trying to start a family.
Bass and Turchin are expecting a boy and a girl
Singer Lance Bass has been known to prank his husband, actor Michael Turchin, but this time they teamed up to prank their followers on social media. The couple made a video announcing the birth of their baby that pays homage to scary horror movies. It begins with them being in a house with two young children – a boy and a girl – and the priest enters the house and explains: I feel very good to be here. More than one. It’s written on a log: This Halloween. Michael Turchin. Lance Bass. Two Buns in the Oven, and the video ends with the discovery of (you guessed it) two buns in their oven. TikTok commenters were very impressed with the video: One wrote that all other baby announcements are unconventional, while another said the trailer looks like the trailer for a good movie, to which Bass replied: Call me, Steven Spielberg! Dancing with the Stars contestants Nick Carter and Christina Milian rushed to congratulate each other on Instagram – they both just had a baby. Dancing with the Stars alumni and professional dancers have experienced a real baby boom lately. Bass was featured in the seventh season of the ABC competition series alongside professional dancer Lacey Schwimmer. He finished third behind Warren Sapp and Kim Johnson (2nd) and Brooke Burke and Derek Howe (1st). Bass recently revealed on an episode of Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump that one of the judges confessed to him that he couldn’t stand his partner Schwimmer, and he thinks that’s why they often got bad marks.
Bass and Turchin have been trying to have a baby for years
In an interview with People magazine, Bass and Turchin revealed that they used nine different egg donors to have a baby. Some didn’t produce enough eggs, others were genetically unsuited. If you want to be a match, it’s not worth the risk, Turchin said. They also revealed that their surrogate became pregnant with twins in 2020, but miscarried. So this time they were hesitant to get excited about the pregnancy. Because of what we’ve been through the last four years, we’ve been very careful not to get carried away. And it’s disgusting, because when you know you’re pregnant, you want to celebrate with your family. In your head you already start making plans for her future, but we were so scared because we didn’t want to go through the pain of losing her again. We told our friends and family in week nine, when we finally felt comfortable. You think you’re cursed or something, Bass said. They also said they each fertilized an embryo and are very excited about having boy twins, since Turchin is one half of a boy twin. Bass also admitted that the babies aren’t expected until early November, but as you might have guessed from the birth announcement, he’s hoping they’ll be Halloween babies. They should be here for Halloween because I want them to be Halloween kids. They have no choice but to love Halloween, because I’m obsessed and they will be too, Bass said, adding: I love Halloween. When I heard they were coming for Halloween, I immediately thought: Our baby announcement should have had a Halloween theme. The 30. The second season of Dancing with the Stars is expected to air on ABC in September 2021. READ MORE: One of the DWTS pros has an unusual way of partying….
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