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Justin Timberlake Sums Up 'Dad Life' in One Sweet Photo - 6/24/17

People, 6/24/17 --

"Dad life" looks great on Justin Timberlake , who rocked some goofy neon glasses at his 2-year-old son Silas Randall's play class on Saturday.

When you're the only Dad at the mid-morning play-class, if you stay any longer than 20 minutes... THIS IS YOUR FATE. #dadlife

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"When you're the only Dad at the mid-morning play-class, if you stay any longer than 20 minutes… THIS IS YOUR FATE. #dadlife," the 36-year-old singer captioned his selfie, balancing the toddler-friendly eyewear perhaps pieced together by little Silas.

Timberlake has spoken publicly about fatherhood, even crediting his son with wife Jessica Biel for inspiring his hit track from Trolls, "Can't Stop the Feeling!"

"You know, we had our son probably six months before. We were still in that new parent fog and this job came up," Timberlake, who welcomed Silas in April 2015, told Robin Roberts during ABC's official Academy Award pre-show in February. "And it just seemed like such a great opportunity — it felt serendipitous in a way."

"I just said to myself: 'What an opportunity to have something that even down the road I can share with him,' " added Timberlake, admitting that most of his music isn't exactly kid-appropriate.

And last Sunday, he commemorated Father's Day with a sweet message to Biel and his son, calling them his "2 angels."

 

Gene Simmons, Joey Fatone highlight RI Comic Con's Music Week - 6/24/17

turnto10.com, 6/23/17 --

It's no secret that comic cons are no longer just about comic books. Larger conventions, including Rhode Island Comic Con, have widened their focus, reaching into all of pop culture. That's evident in this week's RICC guest announcements, from the world of music.

Perhaps the biggest name mentioned was KISS rocker Gene Simmons -- "The Demon" himself. In addition to being part of one of the biggest bands of the 1970s, Simmons has appeared in television shows and movies, including reality television. As part of his appearance, RICC also announced a special performance of the Gene Simmons Band. The show is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 12, at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Providence.

For the younger crowd, RICC is also bringing *NSYNC's Joey Fatone to Providence. Fatone is also no stranger to acting, both on camera and on stage. He's also hosted a number of projects since making it big with the boy band.

Megadeth's David Ellefson rounds out the announced guests, though more may be on the way. Nearly 50 celebrity guests have been announced for this year's Rhode Island Comic Con, and the event is still more than four months away. Remember to watch their guests page for new additions or cancellations.

RICC is Nov. 10 to Nov. 12.

 

Lance Bass picks his favorite World Market summer items - 6/23/17

 

 

*NSYNC Star Joey Fatone Opens Up About Daughter Kloey's Autism: 'It Has Tested Us a Lot' - 6/22/17

Entertainment Tonight, 6/22/17 --

Joey Fatone's adorable 7-year-old daughter Kloey stole the show on Wednesday's episode of Big Star Little Star, hilariously dishing on her pop star dad's most annoying habits, comparing the singer to a big "furry" gorilla and pleading blatant ignorance to *NSYNC!

After the cute daddy-daughter duo won $5,000 for Autism Speaks by competing on the USA Network series, Fatone opened up to ET about the challenges he and his wife, Kelly, have faced with Kloey's autism.

"It has tested us a lot. She's on the spectrum of autism and there are all different types, so everyone handles their child differently, but we handle it as we go, like most parents," shared Fatone, who also has a 16-year-old daughter, Briahna. "The things that I was able to simply explain or express to Briahna when she was young, I have to kind of take a different approach with Kloey, for her to understand."

During the episode, Fatone shared that Kloey has high-functioning autism (HFA), meaning she is considered cognitively "higher functioning" than others with the condition.

The diagnosis isn't stopping the gorgeous girl from hitting the spotlight with her dad. She had a blast on the series, which sees celebrities pair up with their kids and compete against other teams to see who knows each other best.While Fatone, 40, is no stranger to the camera, thanks to a varied singing, acting and hosting career, he predicts Kloey may also catch the entertainment bug. "[Doing Big Star Little Star] was very exciting and I was happy she had a great time and wasn't nervous," he said. "That kid has no fear."

Read more here.

 

Justin Timberlake concert prompts US GP F1 schedule change - 6/22/17

autosport.com, 6/22/17 --

Formula 1 teams have been left frustrated after the United States Grand Prix Saturday schedule was changed to encourage more people to stay on for the evening's Justin Timberlake concert.

Practice three will run as normal, from 11am to midday local time.

But the usual two-hour gap before qualifying has been extended to four hours, with the session now running from 1600 to 1700.

The FIA was asked to change the schedule F1's new bosses in an attempt to make more people stay for that night's concert.

Equally it could encourage music fans who were only planning to attend the show to come early and see the F1 cars in action for the first time.

The change was discussed at Thursday afternoon's team managers' meeting in Baku.

Read more here.

 

Chris Kirkpatrick and Joey Fatone headed to weekend's Fanboy Expo event - 6/22/17

The Daily Times, 6/21/17 --

The stars are set to fall in Knoxville this weekend with the 2017 summer installment of Knoxville Comicon Fanboy Expo.

Rock legend Gene Simmons headlines the list of guests at the show that includes names such as wrestling icon Sting, Adrian Paul, Loni Anderson, Michael Dorn, Joey Fatone, Jason David Frank and Ralph Macchio.

Comic books will also be in the spotlight at Fanboy. Artists slated to appear include "G.I. Joe" scribe Larry Hama, Arthur Suydam, Phil Ortiz and Tom Nguyen.

WHEN: Noon to 7 p.m. Friday, June 23; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 24; 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 25
WHERE: Knoxville Convention Center, 701 Henley St., downtown Knoxville
HOW MUCH: $22 Friday, $30 Saturday, $17 Sunday/$50 for weekend pass/VIP passes start at $75
ONLINE: www.fanboyexpo.com/knoxville

Chris Kirkpatrick will also be at the Fanboy Expo. Read more here.

 

 

Lance Bass part of World Dog Day in Los Angeles - 6/22/17

It's that time of year! Puppies galore!! Hope to see you there! @vanderpumpdogs @lisavanderpump #WorldDogDay

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Lance Bass Loses Bet, Wears Joey Fatone's Wiener Costume on '$100,000 Pyramid' - 6/21/17

Yahoo, 6/19/17 --

*NSYNC band members Lance Bass and Joey Fatone made a bet during The $100,000 Pyramid that the loser of the first round had to wear a hot dog costume from Joey's hot dog restaurant, Fat Ones.

In the first round Joey beat Lance pretty soundly. Being a man of his word, Lance put on the wiener costume for everyone to relish, and relish they did. But Lance was a good sport about all of the laughing. He even said, "It's actually really comfortable, too. This might be my new look."

Donning his hot dog ensemble, Lance went on to have a pretty strong second round. But when the category "Things Associated With the Musical Hamilton" came up, things didn't go so well for Lance. He admitted, "I'm the only one that has not seen Hamilton. … Who can get tickets? I'm in a wiener costume, for God's sake."

Joey won both rounds and Lance's self-worth went "Bye, bye, bye."

 

Justin Timberlake remembers Mobb Deep - 6/21/17

 

 

Preview of Joey and Kloey Fatone on 'Big Star Little Star' - 6/19/17

 

Happy Father's Day - 6/18/17

 

*NSYNC's Joey Fatone and the Ultimate Boy Band Tribute Show LARGER THAN LIFE Team Up for '90s Night - 6/18/17

Broadway World, 6/18/17 --

Larger Than Life: The Ultimate Boy Band Tribute Show is performing at Mulcahy's Pub in Wantagh on July 21st with special guest Joey Fatone of *NSYNC! This is a fun '90s night you don't want to miss!

Larger Than Life, perhaps better known by the acronym, LTL, is taking their "Ultimate Boy Band Tribute Show" on the road this summer! Edvin Ortega and the LTL boys usually do their thing in the tri-state area performing for exuberant crowds at places like Mulcahy's Pub on Long Island and the Tropicana in Atlantic City.

LTL performs high-energy shows with popular hits made famous from boy bands of all decades, from the Jackson 5 to Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC and One Direction. Plus, the band has a few songs and moves all their own!

LTL will return back home to Mulcahy's for two exciting '90s nights! On July 21st, they will be hosting with *NSYNC's Joey Fatone and on July 29th, the group will be performing with fellow boy band, O-Town.

Read more here.

 

 

Behind the scenes of 'The $100,000 Pyramid' - 6/18/17

 

Preview of Lance Bass on 'The $100,000 Pyramid' - 6/17/17

 

Lance Bass on 'That's So Retrograde' podcast - 6/17/17

 

 

Reminder: Joey Fatone & Lance Bass on ABC's '$100,000 Pyramid' on Sunday - 6/15/17

 

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