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Jessica Biel may not be a mother in real life, but she does play a somewhat deranged and delusional mom in her new flick, The Truth About Emanuel.
At last night’s Hollywood premiere of the movie, Biel dished to us about tapping into her maternal instinct to film with a newborn baby.
“I think to make this person, this character, work without being some ridiculous, crazy performance, is to really believe in what she’s doing and believe that that is her truth, that baby is her baby and that’s what it is,” Biel exclusively told E! News.
“And so the nurturing element of being a mother, that is really what I tapped into,” the gorgeous 31-year-old actress continued. “Because it’s like, the best villain really believes what they’re doing. It’s the same idea. This woman, that’s just her truth, her reality.”
Justin Timberlake is one talented guy and his wife, Jessica Biel, is plenty aware.
On Sunday, Timberlake, 32, kicked off the fan-voted American Music Awards with a win for favorite pop/rock male artist before taking home awards for soul/R&B artist and soul/R&B album categories.
He also brought the audience to their feet with his performance of “Drink You Away,” an alcohol-infused anthem from his latest release, The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2.
But while everyone in the house seemed to be under Timberlake’s spell, Biel, 31, was nowhere to be found. Fans took to Twitter to ponder where she was (and note their jealousy over her hot hubby).
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The actress soon announced she was watching the Awards from home.
“I’m watching from home tonight. Calm down, Internet,” she wrote.
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Although they were apart on Timberlake’s big night, two days prior, Biel shared a photo from Timberlake’s “The 20/20 Experience World Tour,” captioning it, “Not a bad seat in the house.”
Earlier this month, the couple attended the vows of fellow ‘NSYNC member, Chris Kirkpatrick in Orlando, Fla.
Justin Timberlake’s been all around the world, but he’ll never stray too far from his Tennessee roots.
In fact, Jessica Biel’s hubby might end up back in Nashville! J.T. brought his 20/20 Experience tour to Music City on Wednesday, Nov. 20, and per The Tennessean, it’s not a matter of “if” this Southern boy will move her, but “when!”
“I spend way more time in Nashville than people realize,” said Justin, who was born in Millington, Tenn., a small town just outside of Memphis. “I admire this town a lot. They take care of their own. There are not a lot of places in the world, much less America, that do that. It’s just a great place.”
“I think there could be a place for me here in the future for sure,” he said. “Absolutely I will work in Nashville. That’s probably the next move for me. The next move for me is to sink some teeth in here.”
But wait—that’s not all! Justin told Sirius XM’s The Highway, “I still got my eyes set on a Best Country Album. There is time for that.”
There is definitely time for that, and Tennessee will always be proud to welcome a true Southern gentleman like Justin back home!
Meet Jessica “Biel” Timberlake. You may know her as the teenage girl who starred as Mary Camden-Rivera on “7th Heaven” or maybe you’re more familiar with that person who married Justin Timberlake.
After 11 months of marriage, Life & Style reported the official change: “‘The paperwork is done and she’s now legally Jessica Timberlake.” According to the tabloid, Jessica is keeping the Biel “professionally,” but does that really make a difference?
At its core, the issue with name change is an issue of identity. There is significant power in names — they are the way that we think about and package the world around us. Names have a huge significance in our sense of self, both individually and in relation to society. They play a major role in our ideation in that they guide and direct the way we form thoughts. Consequently, a re-naming comes with re-identification. There is a distinct alteration to the the way we conceptualize ourselves that is inseparable from name change, and when that process includes dropping your own name in favor of another’s, the re-labeling has effects far beyond tax forms addressed to Mr. & Mrs. Something-or-other.
That’s what is so specifically frustrating about Jessica Biel’s choice. As someone with such a longterm famous identity, “Jessica Biel” does not simply apply to her concept of self, but our concept of her public figure. In other words, her name functions as a societal signifier at a much more macro level than a non-famous person relating to others rather than the public at large. Of course, Jessica is not getting a new household name, but changing the name “personally” is almost more significant — especially given the fact that her husband is also famous, and much more so than Ms. Biel has ever been. In taking Justin’s last name, Jessica is subverting her own identity, and becoming a part of Justin Timberlake, in a way that Justin Timberlake is not becoming a part of Jessica Biel.
The marital name-change debate is ultimately based in feminist argument: in changing your name as a result of heterosexual marriage, women relinquish a very basic marker of their identity, which is problematic insofar as it symbolizes a succumbing to patriarchal standards. However, as Jill Filipovic points out, the discourse of name-change is much more complex than the simple right to choose to change one’s name. Women who keep their names aren’t necessarily feminists, just as those that change their names aren’t necessarily not feminists. Ultimately, the most important aspect of the debate is the concept of identity and the way that can be co-opted by one’s partner in heterosexual marriage.
In recent years, more women have stuck with their maiden name, but the fact of the matter remains that over 50 percent of Americans think women should be legally obligated to change their name when they get married, and over 90 percent of women do. There are pressures to change one’s name and pressures to not change it (from those in feminist communities), and the existence of choice in the face of either version of coercion is often an illusion.
In becoming Jessica Timberlake, however, the former Jessica Biel is making a distinct and visible choice to subsume her very public identity to another very public identity. There is no private decision-making in this also very public choice, because the realm of “professional” and “private” are blurred as an automatic facet of celebrity culture. Both Timberlake and Biel are automatically attached to well-known personas, and there is an uncomfortable lack of self-awareness in Biel’s choice to succumb to the Timberlake identity.
The most problematic aspect of the marital name change is the consequent shift in a woman’s sense of self and her ability to understand herself as an individual with the agency to make decisions. The most poignant aspect of this intensely nuanced debate is the conceptual effect of labeling your identity as dependent on someone else’s. Re-labeling can appear to be a small change, but it is one that comes with much more macro implications than the letters on a page. Eerily enough, Biel’s comments about married life echo that fact. “It’s weird because it feels like almost nothing has changed,” she’s said, “but yet something that you really can’t describe — or something that isn’t really tangible — has changed.”
It’s like she’s a mirror.
not sure if the date on these pictures are accurate or not, but oh well.
Justin Timberlake and wife Jessica Biel were all smiles while out on a date night on Friday evening. The couple were spotted out on broadway making their way into the Eugene O’neil Theater to catch a showing of “The Book Of Mormon”. Before the show started, Jessica was seen sitting on some church steps across the street from the theater while waiting for her husband Justin to arrive for their night out. The actress looked lonely and waited for about 20 minutes before the singer arrived.
OK, this is getting ridiculous.
The only notable suits at Justin Timberlake’s house today were of the law-enforcement variety. Police confirmed Friday to E! News that they received a bogus emergency call about shots being fired at a Los Angeles address (that we know to be Timberlake’s), and officers later classified the scene as a radio Code 4, meaning no further assistance was needed.
Then, a couple of hours later, cops were called to Selena Gomez’s home, only to find—you guessed it—no emergency.
As for the Spring Breakers star, the LAPD confirmed to E! that they received a call about shots fired at around 5 p.m. and there was no crime.
That makes four so-called swatting pranks this week, with Sean “Diddy” Combs’ house getting hit Wednesday and Rihanna’s yesterday.
As has been the case with all the others, neither Timberlake nor his missus, Jessica Biel, appeared to be around when the cops showed up, but Gomez was home when the cavalry came.
Police tell us they talked to her and she was fine.
A 12-year-old boy recently admitted to making a false report of an emergency situation at Ashton Kutcher’s house and is waiting to be punished in juvenile court for computer intrusion and making a false bomb threat. In exchange, charges will be dismissed regarding his involvement in a similar prank at Justin Bieber’s house and an L.A.-area bank.
TMZ has reported that there’s a link between the latest round of swatting action and hackers who have been pulling financial records and other personal information from celebrities and politicians and posting the ill-gotten info online.
Police tell us the string of incidents remain under investigation.
they tied the knot in a romantic Italian ceremony back in October of last year.
And it seems Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake are still in the honeymoon period as they were spotted popping out for a romantic lunch for two on Monday.
Perhaps inspired by being back in a European location – this time Paris – the couple did what every couple should do in the City of Love, they wandered the streets looking loved-up.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are accompanied by a bodyguard while making their way into LAX Airport for a departing flight on Saturday (February 16) in Los Angeles.
The 32-year-old singer and the 30-year-old actress have been laying low on the west coast after JT‘s performance at the 2013 Grammys and his solo concert following the show.
Justin is reportedly gearing up to head out on a short 10-city tour with Jay-Z, according to Rolling Stone. Can’t wait to find out if it’s true!
i gave you videos (which got taken down…..boooo) last night, so I’ll give you photos today. Hope you enjoy. there are hundreds!!!
…. and I know there are some haters, but can we just say how stunning Mrs.Timberlake looks? simply gorgeous
Jessica told “Extra’s” AJ Calloway at the “Playing for Keeps” premiere that they plan on “just snowboarding. Going into the snow as usual.”
Justin proposed to Biel on a snowy holiday vacation in Montana last year, but the couple won’t necessarily be going back. This time they plan to go “wherever the snow is. We go with the snow.”
Jessica Biel said her husband, Justin Timberlake, has a secret talent – he is a superb baker.
.”He bakes pies. He’s Southern, so he’s got all this influence from his grandma,” Jessica told the December issue of ELLE magazine. “He does a three-layer pie…and blueberry crunch cake, which is pretty unbelievable. It doesn’t happen all that often, thank God. Otherwise, it would be a big problem.”The “Playing For Keeps” actress tied the knot with Justin in Italy back in October and she shared her view of what marriage means to the mag, in the new interview.”It means always having someone there to open the pickle jar…to share the ups and downs with, have adventures with,” she said.
“Someone to go swimming naked with. That kind of thing.”Jessica famously wore a custom petal pink Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown for her wedding and she told ELLE it started out as a “leap of faith,” but turned out wonderfully.”I wanted the dress to be very romantic and feminine and a shape that I very rarely wear. I have never been crazy about all-white wedding dresses, for me at least. [Giambattista Valli] had created that same fabric in a fuchsia-and-pink combination for a dress in a previous collection, and I asked him if he could create that same pattern in a white combination, and he suggested pink,” she said. “It was a bit of a leap of faith at the time, but it turned out better than I could have ever imagined. [Putting it on], I felt like I had made the right choice. I felt elegant. And it moved like a dream.”