JC's first concert was an MC Hammer concert.
JC's first kiss was in first grade during a game of kiss tag, where he received a "soap opera kiss" in the schoolyard.
If JC could be anyone in the world for just one day, he would be the Invisible Man. So he could go anywhere and hear everything.
As a child, JC dreamed of becoming a carpenter or architect.
JC counts "sleeping" as one of his hobbies.
One of JC's biggest fears is getting a shot.
JC is said to be a bit of a diva. He's been known to try to pick up girls, and cite his wealth and fame as a reason they should want to be with him.
Since his break-up with Eva Longoria, JC has reportedly been trying to woo her Desperate Housewives cast-mate Teri Hatcher.
JC dated J-14 and In Touch Magazine writer Bobbee Thomas for two years. He has also dated actress Tara Reid, singer (and former MMCer Nikki DeLoach, and most recently, actress Eva Longoria.
JC's debut solo album, Schizophrenic, was released January 27, 2004. It was met with miserable reviews, and didn't come close to fellow *NSYNCer Justin Timberlake's success with his solo album, Justified.
JC made an unreleased bonus track from his debut solo album available for download at Music Freedom. The track is called "Slept with My Best Friend."
JC lists his favorite television show as Trading Spaces.
JC: I was 5 or 6 when I got my first kiss. I was in first grade I think and it was recess. These girls were playing kiss tag and they pinned me and I got kissed. My first mouth kiss was called a soap opera kiss.
JC: (on underwear) I wear them once and throw them out. I'm just so used to throwing them out that I wouldn't even think of washing them.
JC: I like a girl who maintains herself but isn't arrogant. I like a girl who is understanding and makes me laugh.
JC: Shitty--that's my nickname for everybody. It's a nice thing to say, believe it or not.
JC: If I'm into a girl, I'll take her on romantic dates to see plays. I've even been known to serenade a girl with a song I've written especially for her.
JC: One of my favorite things to say is: 'What's up, fuckers?'
JC: A person's private life should be just that: private. People have a right to privacy. I don't think that just because someone is famous it gives others the right to pry into their personal affairs.
JC: It's hard not to like me.
JC: The nurse came in, and I thought it was shot time. She broke out this thing, and I didn't know what it was. I thought it was the needle, so I just yelled and ran out the door. The other guys started laughing so hard. They were like, 'Come back! it's just the thermometer!' I was so humiliated. But needles invading your body, I don't like it!
JC: I'm not lookin' for love, honey... I need a break!