Nick Carter Shares Hilarious Parenting Tips With Lance Bass
| LAST UPDATE 11/27/2022
Our favorite boyband heartthrobs from the '90s are now exchanging parenting tips! Oh, how the times have changed. Nick Carter from the Backstreet Boys and NSYNC's Lance Bass was spotted at the annual Christmas tree lighting at The Grove in Los Angeles during a special taping for CBS' Home for the Holidays - and it brought back all the major feels. So, what were these two heartthrobs caught discussing years later? Let's take a closer look.
For those that need a quick re-cap, let us break it down for you. The '90s birthed some of the most famous boybands to date, and we can't thank them enough for it. Though they were technically rivals, NSYNC and The Backstreet Boys were two of the hottest boybands to reign during their time on the thrown. Alongside Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass was one of five in the iconic group NSYNC, which eventually dissolved in 2002. On the other hand, The Backstreet Boys rose to fame in '96 and are still standing strong, and we will always want it that way!
During the CBS taping, the pop icons got together, and Bass revealed he received some parenting advice from Carter. In an adorable Instagram post, Bass uploaded a series of photos of his 1-year-old baby twins, Violet Betty and Alexander James, alongside Carter and his sister Angel, enjoying all the beautiful lights. However, it was the caption that made us all jump with Christmas joy! "Don't mind me.... just getting some #frostedtips for parenting from this guy," he wrote, as a nod to the legendary hairstyle both musicians rocked in the '90s. Ah, good times. Those hairstyles were truly iconic and pivotal to the success of any '90s boyband!
The NSYNC alum also shared some adorable photos from the event with husband Michael Turchin and their twins, marking it as their "babies' first concert," and well, the lineup was spectacular. Little Big Town, Mickey Guyton, Andy Grammer, Katharine McPhee, David Fost, and more all performed, making it a very memorable first concert, some would say! "Not a bad start!" Bass wrote in the caption. Well, that's it for now, folks, so, Bye, Bye, Bye!