In Sync with Life, Career
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"I'm not going to sugar-coat it," says JC Chasez, the *NSYNC star when asked about the possible break-up of the band. "We've been together for eight years. And that's a long time for any group of guys to be together. We're going our own separate ways for now. We're taking off 2003."
"Whatever you may have heard, here's the real truth," JC explains to his loyal fans in this exclusive CyberSpacers interview: "There's no animosity, no hard feelings. We just wanted to give it a break, and give our selves a break as individuals. Each of us is taking the time to explore our lives, our abilities, and potential.
"We're still good friends, we'll always be there for one another," says JC of his *NSYNC buddies, Justin, Lance, Chris and Joey.
"But most of all, we'll always be there for our fans because they're the ones who made the dream come true. None of us want to disappoint them. We respect our fans. That's why I can tell you, *NSYNC will be back."
Word is, the group will begin working on their next album sometime this winter, targeting a summer 2004 release date. But meantime...
JC is hard at work pursuing his own career. Born Joshua Scott Chasez in Washington, D.C., he grew up in Bowie, Maryland.
The first of three children in a close-knit family, Josh, as his family and close friends still call him, learned an important lesson early on. And that lesson is why fans of the superstar will always be able to count on him being there for them.
"I'm very fortunate to come from the family I do," says JC in this exclusive CyberSpacers interview. "My parents, Roy and Karen, taught us to treat other people the way you want to be treated.
They showed us through example. They dealt with us kids fairly.
I learned that if you respect other people, chances are that they're going to respect you, too. That's why I've high regard for my fans."
JC says that in some instances, 'fanships' have actually developed into friendships. "I've become close with a few people who started out as fans," JC reveals. "When that happens, I don't look at these people as fans any more. Instead, I see them as close friends who are just very supportive of what I do.
"Honesty and trust are the two most important traits I look for in a friend," JC continues. "My closest relationships are with people who can listen, but also can tell me what they really feel. And
even if that's something I don't want to hear."
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