EXCLUSIVE: Lance Bass 'So Jealous' of Backstreet Boys' Vegas Residency, Teases New Music Show With Kris Jenner

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Lance Bass is ready to get the band back together and head to Las Vegas!

“Oh my gosh, the ultimate dream of an artist is to get a residency in Las Vegas,” Bass tells ET. “I would love to be able to have a residency in Vegas with the *NSYNC boys. You get to stay in the same hotel every single night. That right there is just worth it to me.”

The 37-year-old singer says he’s “so jealous” of the Backstreet Boys’ just-announced residency, set to kick off in March 2017 at the Planet Hollywood resort. 

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“I'm excited for the show,” he gushes. “I will be there opening night, for sure.”

For now, Bass says there are no plans for anything, including new music from him or *NSYNC -- but he does have a new music-related project in the works.

“So, Kris Jenner and I, and [Pussycat Dolls creator] Robin Antin, created this [music competition] show,” Bass shares.

“She's done amazing work with the girl bands, and I've done a little work with the boy bands,” he adds. “So, we are going to go out there and create the next, great American boy band and girl bands, and of course, America gets to vote. They know best. And then Kris Jenner is gonna be the manager.”

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The show is still in development, but Bass hopes to see it hit TV screens in 2017.

“I get to get back in the studio,” he continues. “I get to write and produce a lot of music for other bands. So, I'm excited to start doing that.”

For now, Bass is focused on his hosting duties on Logo’s Finding Prince Charming, airing Thursday nights at 9 p.m. ET. Check out the video below to watch ET’s behind-the-scenes look at the gay dating competition.