Spilling the tea! Lance Bass claims that Vanderpump Rules stars Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz aren’t legally married despite having a wedding three years ago.

“We just found out Tom and Katie are not married,” the 40-year-old said during a recent interview on the “REALITY BYTES!” podcast. “They did not send in their materials right, so, they are not married.”

The former  ‘NSync boybander also revealed that this marriage issue “might be a little story line” in the upcoming season of the Bravo series. Katie, 32, and Tom, 36, tied the knot in Northern California in 2016. Fellow cast member Lisa Vanderpump officiated their wedding.

Meanwhile, Lance officiated Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright’s wedding ceremony, which took place on June 29, in Kentucky. It turns out the place they decided to marry is pretty special to Jax’s dad, who died in late 2017.

“The location is just a place that we went to a few times and we really like it. It’s a place that my father, when he visited here, he really, really loved,” the 40-year-old told Us Weekly after proposing to his now-wife. “You can see the sun setting, the dolphins are out and surfers, so it’s kind of just fun to have some crabs and dinner there, so I thought I would do it there just because it meant so much to me and my father and us. It had a lot of meaning all around.”

On the anniversary of his dad’s passing, the reality star shared a heartfelt tribute on Instagram along with a throwback photo of him and his father. “I know you are with me because too many positive things have happened to me this year and I have seen so many signs of you,” he wrote in December 2018. “We still get to have our talks but now they take place at church on Wednesdays and when I take your ashes with me on my cruises with the guys. BTW, Dad, everyone loves your Corvette and I promise I am taking great care of it.”


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“I am getting married this year dad,” Jax wrote at the time. “I don’t know how I am gonna do it [without] you physically standing by me, and helping me with my tie like the old days at hockey tournaments, God I miss those days. But I know you will be with me.”

Aw, we’re sure he was.