Lance Bass (almost) bought the Brady Bunch house. Yes, the NSYNC guy.

UPDATE Aug. 5, 2018, 10:11 a.m. ET

It’s not happening, folks.

Although Lance Bass informed the world on Saturday that his offer to purchase the Brady Bunch house had been “accepted,” he followed up that announcement with a statement overnight making it clear that he had spoken too soon. The home isn’t his. In fact, he’s getting the feeling now that he might have been nothing more than a pawn in a bid to drive up the house’s value.

” The next day, due to’ unforeseen circumstances,’ the same agent informed us that there’s another Corporate Buyer( Hollywood studio) who are interested the house at any cost ,” he wrote.” We were prepared to go even higher but[ were] entirely discouraged by the marketers[ sic] agent,[ who said] they will outperform any bid with unlimited resources .” Read more …

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Beck performs Wow and Colors on Colbert: Watch

Beck has been touring the last couple of months in support of his newest album, Colors, which dropped in October. On Wednesday, prior to his concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden, he appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert to treat the audience to not one, but two songs.

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Accompanied by flickering blue and yellow lights — like those that plaster the artwork of Colors — Beck delivered “Wow” and the title track while bopping about the stage. Catch the replay below.

Recently, Beck remixed “Love is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way” by tour mates U2.

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