Paired with: Kym Johnson
Former *NSYNC star Joey Fatone is embarking on a series of projects for FremantleMedia Enterprises -- from hosting "Price is Right Live" in Las Vegas and Atlantic City to "Let's Make a Deal" for Caesar Entertainment -- and currently is the voice of the widely successful re-launch of "Family Feud" with Steve Harvey. Fatone also just completed a horror film "Inkubus," working aside the original Freddy Kruger -- Robert Englund. He was host of NBC's cirque competition series, "Celebrity Circus." He also produced his first cable television series, "The Singing Office," for TLC and co-hosted the show alongside Melanie Brown. Fatone served as host of NBC's international hit series, "The Singing Bee," and in late 2007 hosted the Australian version of the successful series. From 2008 to 2009 he was featured as the lead red carpet host at all the major award shows for the TV Guide Network. Fatone is most beloved for being a member of one of the most successful music groups in the 90s, *NSYNC. The group has won multiple awards and set numerous records, including selling 1 million copies of their album "No Strings Attached" on its first day and 2.4 million for the first week (a record that still stands today). Fatone comes from a family of performers; his first acting gig was at the age of seven, starring with Robert DeNiro in the feature film "Once Upon a Time in America." Other film credits include "The Cooler," alongside Alec Baldwin and William H. Macy, "Homie Spumoni," with Whoopi Goldberg, Donald Faison and Jamie-Lynn Sigler, and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." Fatone and his wife, Kelly, currently reside in Orlando with their daughters, Briahna and Kloey. He remains actively involved with his charity, The Fatone Family Foundation.