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Lance Bass to Host Dirty Pop Cruise Aboard Allure of the Seas

Entertainment | Claudette Covey | August 13, 2015

Lance Bass to Host Dirty Pop Cruise Aboard Allure of the Seas

Fans of Dirty Pop radio show host Lance Bass will have the chance to hang with the former NSYNC singer for a week aboard Royal Caribbean International’s Allure of the Seas in April.

At least if they book what’s being sold as the Dirty Pop at Sea cruise soon. Donald Goodlin, owner of All Out Vacations, a Cruise Planners franchise in Palm Springs, Calif., said limited space is still available on the LGBT-friendly sailing.

“We at Cruise Planners are very excited and proud to have Lance and the entire Dirty Pop Crew sailing with us,” said Goodlin. “Lance and his husband, Michael Turchin, represent everything that we stand for, which is respect, inclusion and quality people who enjoy the company of their fans and friends.”

The Dirty Pop radio show will be broadcast live from the ship and include guest participation. The cruise will also feature a talent show by frequent guests of the Dirty Pop radio show. The winner of a shipboard contest will be awarded with a private dinner with Bass and Turchin.

“We are excited to give their fans the real opportunity to meet and actually talk to Lance in a fun and exciting atmosphere,” said Goodlin. “Lance is busy curating some amazing talent that represents his style of entertainment, so as talent gets added to the lineup, even more people will book the cruise.”

Bass himself confirmed that he is busy preparing for the April sailing. “I’m having the best time coming up with fun events on the ship, and the whole thing is just going to be one big party,” he said. “April can’t get here fast enough.”

The Dirty Pop at Sea cruise will sail roundtrip out of Fort Lauderdale, departing on April 10 with calls at Nassau, St. Thomas and St. Maarten.

For more information, visit or call Goodlin at 855-My-All-Out. 

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