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Where and/or how did Danielle Fishel and Lance Bass meet?
Why did Danielle Fishel and Lance Bass break up?
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Classic Quotes by Danielle Fishel and Lance Bass about their relationship:
"It wasn't a shock for me. I found out probably a year or two after we broke up. People magazine was not my first time knowing Lance was gay! He is an awesome guy, he was an awesome boyfriend and he is still a very good friend of mine." Danielle Fishel
"I don't assume anybody is straight anymore. I'm always like, 'Hmm, wonder if he's gay?' I was naive, 17 and a good girl! [Lance told me] 'I knew if I wasn't happy with you, I wasn't going to be happy in a relationship with any woman.' I wish he'd felt he could have been honest with me then!" Danielle Fishel 1/2/2009
"Lance and I are very good friends. I absolutely adore him, and I support him in everything he does. I actually went to go see him dance at 'Dancing With The Stars' a couple times. We talk via text, and we see each other when we can, and keep each other updated on what's going on. Our lives take us all over the place, so I don't get to see him nearly as often as I'd like, but we stay in touch regularly." Danielle Fishel 1/17/2009
"Well, I found out many years before he went public with it. I found out when he had a Halloween party at his house, and I was out one night with him at his house, and we just openly talked about it. I was like 'We've never really discussed this, but I've heard all these rumors.' It was kind of just accepted amongst our friends that he was gay, but we had never addressed it face-to-face. So I just asked him, 'Are you gay?' and he was like 'Yeah.' I was like 'Alright, cool. I'm happy for you. I'm happy that you were able to come to this realization.' I was really happy after he was able to go public with it because I don't think anybody should have to live their life in a way where they feel like they're keeping a secret." Danielle Fishel 1/17/2009
"I didn't [suspect he was gay when we were dating], but I was a little naive because I was 17. I didn't really have a lot of experience in relationships, but my mom had actually suspected and had said something to me after we broke up. She asked me if I thought it was a possibility, and at first my reaction was like 'No!' And then, the more I thought about it, I was like 'Hm, maybe.' After we broke up, I started thinking about it and I started hearing things from people we were friends with. I was like 'OK, I wish he had felt more comfortable at that time to be honest with me then,' but I respect his decision and the way he handled everything. He was nothing but a great boyfriend and an incredible gentleman." Danielle Fishel 1/17/2009
"Yeah, we never slept together. We never had sex or anything. I was a virgin all through my relationship with Lance, and then some. It was more like a kissing, high school-style relationship. The funny part about it is that we traveled a lot together, so we were staying in hotel rooms together, and then when I moved out of my parents' house, he would come stay with me at my parents' house in Manhattan Beach. So we spent a lot of time together where that stuff could've happened, but it never really did. Again, I was naive and 17 and a really good girl, and didn't want to ask questions. I just assumed he was a real gentleman." Danielle Fishel 1/17/2009
"I would just be very supportive. That's a tough situation for anybody to be in, to come out of the closet, ever, but especially when you're young. A lot of people thought I was going to take it really personally - like, 'Are you mad? Do you feel like you were lied to?' and I was like, 'No, I don't.' I understand where he was at. He wasn't really sure what was going on in his life, and he was trying to come to terms with, 'Was this something he thought he could change or not change?' One of the nicest things Lance ever said to me was, 'I knew if I wasn't going to be happy being in a relationship with you, then I wasn't going to be able to be happy being in a relationship with any woman.' I just would tell someone in my situation now just to not take it personally. It has nothing to do with you. They're just trying to find their own way. The best thing you can do for someone is to be supportive and for that situation, to not just think about yourself." Danielle Fishel 1/17/2009