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Lance Bass Has New Boyfriend, Headed for Broadway's "Hairspray"

July 7, 2007 (4:53 am) GMT
Lance Bass is reportedly joining the cast of the Broadway production of "Hairspray" next month as Corny Collins, the Dick Clark-like TV dance show host.
Lance Bass Has New Boyfriend, Headed for Broadway's "Hairspray"

is overjoyed. The former singer has double happiness these days as he gets us two good news all at once. The first is that he's already found a new love, and the second one is that he's heading for Broadway musical.

Bass, who split from former boyfriend "Amazing Race" winner Reichen Lehmkul last winter, is now giving his heart away to new beau, model Pedro Andrade. The same-sex couple was said to spend the Fourth of July drinking Ciroc vodka at a party held at the New York's Hamptons.

While representative for Bass refused to comment on that relationship, a source claimed the couple were "very happy with each other. Pedro is beyond good-looking ... so hot. Pedro is spunky, full of life. They're a perfect match."

In related news, Bass is set to star in the Broadway production of "Hairspray," reportedly starring as Corny Collins, the -like TV dance show host. He reportedly will take over the role on Aug. 14, one day before the production's five-year anniversary on Broadway.

Bass will star alongside the likes of Jerry Mathers, Darlene Love, Tevin Campbell, and just to name a few.

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