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Suit & tie… and a phoropter??
This makes me ill. It’s tearin up my heart, this I promise you.
Nicki Minaj confirmed last night via Twitter, that she will be performing alongside Madonna at the Super Bowl!
Justin Timberlake is back to singing! At least, he’s been performing with his new hip-hop/rock groupFreeSol. And it pays to follow celebs on Twitter every once in while because New Yorkers got a treat of a surprise concert on Wednesday at JT’s retaurant Southern Hospitality. He tweeted, ”NYC!!! Wanna check out some live music tonight?? Meet me […]
Maybe this isn’t a diss, but I don’t like it one bit. Justin Timberlake has clearly gotten to be way too cool to talk about his boy band past, and this quote just proves it: “I don’t want this to come out the wrong way,” Justin told Elle magazine. “It was an amazing platform but […]
Just when I thought Justin Timberlake wouldn’t be doing any serious movies [and just when I thought he didn't have time to do any more movies any time soon], he proved me wrong… on both accounts. “Friends With Benefits” has only been out a week, and he’s already promoting his next movie, “In Time,” alongside […]
It was epic the first time they did it, and it gave me goosebumps again watching their part two! Watch Justin Timberlake join Jimmy Fallon and The Roots for another history lesson on rap with songs from the 80s, 90s, and 00s!
Justin Timberlake is everywhere lately. Starring in movies “Bad Teacher” and “Friends With Benefits,” and today’s news that he bought MySpace… you can’t escape the guy who’s making it impossible for the NSYNC reunion dream to come true. 1. His childhood nickname was Curly. 2. When he was just a little curly-haired nugget from Tennessee, […]
Justin Timberlake is in Vanity Fair this month, and it seems like the topic of conversation was exes and relationships. Apparently him and Britney Spears haven’t talked in a decade! NOTHING! “I wish her the best—that goes without saying. We haven’t spoken in 9 or 10 years. We were two birds of the same feather—small-town […]