When One Direction first took the 'SNL' stage last night, the only high-energy aspect was the shrill shrieks from fans in the audience. The British boy band opted to open with a softer ballad, "Night Changes," off their latest album, "Four." Judging from the crowd, the five guys did not disappoint. Oh, and Harry Styles wore a hat again, so that was a big deal.
Turchin and the former NSYNC member tied the knot Saturday night at the Park Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, according to E! Online. The ceremony was officiated by actresses Jamie-Lynn Sigler and JoAnna Garcia Swisher, and Bass' close friends and former bandmates Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and JC Chasez were all in attendance.
"The whole wedding itself is very classy, you know. We wanted to plan something that could last for 100 years," Bass told E! "When we show our grandchildren this amazing tape of our wedding, the best wedding video ever, I want them to be able to look at this and be like, 'Wow, that stood the test of time.' So we're using a lot of elements in the wedding that are classy, and one of those is definitely our first dance. The song we chose is a song that lasts forever, something that is very special to us."
The couple has been dating since December 2011. Bass proposed to Turchin, a painter and actor, last August in New Orleans.
"New Orleans is my favorite city in the world," Bass explained earlier this year in a special edition of his SiriusXM radio show, "Dirty Pop with Lance Bass." "I’ve been coming here my whole life. I was born just across the border here [in Laurel, Mississippi] … and Turkey also has roots here."
"I got down on one knee and I proposed," Bass went on, "right in front of Jackson Square, my favorite place."
Watch Bass and Turchin get hitched in the 90-minute special "Lance Loves Michael: The Lance Bass Wedding" on Thursday, Feb. 5 on E!
Christmas came early for "SNL" fans during the holiday episode last night.
Amy Adams treated the audience to an adorable rendition of "We Need A Little Christmas" before former "SNL" cast member Kristen Wiig crashed the monologue -- or as Wiig put it, "showed up uninvited." Adams was sure to remind Wiig that this wasn't the first time the "Bridesmaids" star got in on the action while Adams played host. Back in 2008, the duo performed "What Is This Feeling?" from the Broadway show "Wicked." This time was not much different, aside from the holiday twist, as the two belted out the wrong lyrics to Christmas carols together. Watch the full clip above.