JC Chasez Bio, Age, Girlfriend, Abulms, Songs, Instagram, Movies and TV Shows

JC Chasez Biography

JC Chasez (Joshua Scott “JC” Chasez) is an American singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer, and occasional actor best known for his career and acting as a judge in America’s Best Dance Crew.

Chasez began his career as a cast member on The Mickey Mouse Club before rising to stardom with NSYNC, and by writing and producing music acts like Girls Aloud, Basement Jaxx, David Archuleta, and Matthew Morrison.

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JC Chasez Age

Chasez was born on August 8, 1976, in Bowie, Maryland, U.S. He is 42 years old as of 2018.

JC Chasez Wife / Girlfriend

Chasez is not married and he’s currently single.

JC Chasez Gay

Chasez is not a gay although there were rumors of him and Nate being gays, which were false rumors.

JC Chasez Career

Chasez was extremely shy during his young age, but when a friend bet him $20 to enter a talent show, he won the contest and soon realized he had a knack for performing and that he really enjoyed singing. In 1989, his mother Karen Chasez noticed a small advert in the Washington Post announcing auditions for Disney’s The Mickey Mouse Club and encouraged Chasez to try out. He chose to audition, selecting the song “Right Here Waiting” by Richard Marx. Chasez was soon cast as a performer in the fourth season and stayed until the show was canceled in 1996.

Since there was another Mouseketeer named Josh, Chasez went by his first and last initials, “JC”, to avoid confusion. It was during his time as a Mouseketeer that Chasez befriended future bandmate Justin Timberlake, along with other future entertainers including Britney Spears, Ryan Gosling, Tony Lucca, Keri Russell, and Christina Aguilera. He wrote the song “Give in to Me” (a.k.a. “Give Me The Love I Need”) when he was 18 and he sings the lead on it on Euge Groove’s debut CD.

Chasez and Justin Timberlake were the two lead singers of what would become the popular boy band NSYNC which was formed in 1995 and became popular in Europe in 1996. In 1998, the band released its first album *NSYNC which sold 11 million copies and became very popular in the United States. After they had a series of legal struggles with manager Lou Pearlman, they signed with Jive Records where they released their second studio album No Strings Attached in 2000, which became the fastest-selling album of all time, selling 2.4 million copies in the first week. They held this record until 2015 when Adele surpassed the single-week sales record with her third album 25. Singles from the No Strings Attached album included “Bye Bye Bye”, “This I Promise You”, and the No. 1 hit “It’s Gonna Be Me”. The band produced their third studio album, Celebrity in 2001, which sold 1.8 million copies in the first week.

After the group’s Celebrity Tour in 2002, the band decided to take a break and Chasez produced his own album, Schizophrenic. The band never formally disbanded, but since 2004, they have not reunited for any musical purposes, and there have been mixed reactions as far as whether the reunion would happen. In August 2013, JC rejoined with Timberlake and the rest of NSYNC for a one-time performance at the MTV Awards.

While still a member of NSYNC, Chasez appeared on the remix and album versions of the 1999 single “Bring It All to Me” by the girl group Blaque, though his vocals were credited to ‘NSYNC as a whole. During NSYNC’s scheduled break, Chasez pursued work as a songwriter and producer. His first solo, “Blowin’ Me Up (With Her Love)” was co-produced by Dallas Austin and released on the 2002 Drumline soundtrack.

In 2004, Chasez’s first album Schizophrenic was released on Jive Records. Aside from Chasez, the album was produced by Dallas Austin, Basement Jaxx, Robb Boldt, and Riprock ‘n’ Alex G. Promotion for the album was affected by former bandmate Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy, after which Chasez was unceremoniously dropped from his halftime show performance at the 2004 Pro Bowl. The NFL feared lyrics of the album’s first single, “Some Girls Dance with Women”, which expressed too much sexuality.

In 2007, Chasez parted ways with Jive Records, indefinitely stalling the release of his second album, The Story of Kate. Two singles from the album, “Until Yesterday” and “You Ruined Me” have been released online. Timberlake, who helped produce a few songs for the album, said “In my opinion, he had the best voice out of all of us … Out of all the boy bands, call ’em what you will, he was the one that could out-sing all of us. And I’ve known him since I was 12, so it was fun to sit behind the board and push him.”He continues to work as a songwriter and producer, with songs written for David Archuleta and Backstreet Boys. Chasez was a judge on Randy Jackson’s America’s Best Dance Crew on MTV where he stayed on the panel for all seven seasons from 2008 to 2012, until its cancellation. In November 2010, the song “If U C Kate” written by Dallas Austin, Taio Cruz, Alan Nglish, and Chasez was featured on the British band McFly’s album, Above the Noise.

In February 2012, Chasez announced through his website that he was holding auditions, together with the producer and songwriter Jimmy Harry, to form an all-girl group with ages between 18 and 24. Most of the band members were selected as of November 2012, and the group was named Girl Radical.

In 2014 he was selected to join the North American tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar as Pontius Pilate. Other cast members included Superstar winner Ben Forster and other well-known artists, including Incubus’ Brandon Boyd, Destiny’s Child Michelle Williams, and Public Image Ltd’s John Lydon. However, on May 30, 2014, the entire North American tour was abruptly canceled, with poor projected ticket sales cited as the reason. In 2015, he appeared, along with 3OH!3, on the title track of the Blues Traveler album Blow Up the Moon, and on the song’s accompanying music video.

JC Chasez Net Worth

Chasez’s net worth is estimated to around 16 million dollars.

JC Chasez Songs

  • This I Promise You 2000
  • Bye Bye Bye 2000
  • It’s Gonna Be Me 2000
  • Tearin’ Up My Heart 1997
  • Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays 1998
  • Some Girls 2004
  • Blowin’ Me Up 2004
  • I Want You Back 1997
  • All Day Long I Dream About Sex 2004
  • A Little More Time on You 1997
  • Pop 2001
  • Thinking of You 1997
  • Gone 2001
  • Dear Goodbye 2004
  • Build My World 2004
  • Girlfriend 2001
  • I’ll Never Stop 2000
  • Digital Get Down 2000
  • 100 Ways 2004
  • Trashin’ the Camp 1999
  • Music of My Heart 1999
  • Lose Myself 2004
  • She Got Me 2004
  • If You Were My Girl 2004
  • Space Cowboy 2000
  • It Makes Me Ill 2000
  • I Thought She New 2000
  • My Girl 2014
  • Tell Me, Tell Me… Baby 2001
  • Kiss Me at Midnight 1998
  • Sailing 1997
  • The Game Is Over 2001

JC Chasez Albums

  • Sunset Strippers 00s Party Mixtape 2015
  • Refugee All Stars Pure… R&B 2011
  • Schizophrenic 2004
  • NSYNC, Celebrity 2001
  • Home for Christmas 2000
  • NSYNC, No Strings Attached 2000
  • Music of the Heart 1999
  • Sean Hall R and B Party 1998
  • NSYNC ‘N Sync 1997

JC Chasez Movies

Opening Night
Red Sky
Alex Cruise
21 and a Wake-Up
Dr. Tom Drury
Killer Movie
Ted Buckley
Pizzeria Worker

JC Chasez TV Shows

America’s Best Dance Crew
Las Vegas
Ghost Whisperer
What’s New, Scooby-Doo?
Greetings from Tucson
Jay Dugray
What I Like About You
The Simpsons
Saturday Night Live
Himself/Musical Guest
The All-New Mickey Mouse Club (TANMMC)

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