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After the Indiana Pacers came back in the second half to defeat the visiting Miami Heat on Tuesday night, you’d think they’d want to rest and recover from a game that came close to matching the hype and verve of a playoff contest. Instead, Paul George decided to play Justin Timberlake in a game of H-O-R-S-E while gingerly moving around the court in sandals.
First tweeted out by Pacers.com scribe Scott Agness, George and Timberlake are playing in front of a deserted Bankers Life Fieldhouse, but you can see Frank Vogel in far corner of the court watching.
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 and SAG-AFTRA have reached an agreement for the dancers on his 20/20 Experience World Tour to be covered by the SAG-AFTRA Touring Agreement, the union announced Friday.
Under the agreement, performer earnings count toward pension and health benefits eligibility. The deal also provides touring companies with what the union called “improved budget flexibility through direct negotiations with performers.”
SAG-AFTRA president Ken Howardapplauded Timberlake and the SAG-AFTRA dancers who worked to unionize the 20/20 Experience tour.
“This is a wonderful result for SAG-AFTRA members and Justin Timberlake. Justin was very open to signing the agreement and personally making sure the deal got done,” Howard said. “As a leading recording artist and actor, Justin’s support for his fellow SAG-AFTRA members in unionizing his tour was a key element in concluding this agreement. I thank him for taking the lead.”
This is the first time that member performers have successfully organized dancers employed on a specific tour under the SAG-AFTRA Touring Agreement. The agreement was previously utilized to cover touring back-up singers for James Taylor,Reba McIntire, Martina McBride, Blues Traveler, Josh Groban and Jefferson Starship.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, SAG-AFTRA national executive director David White called the agreement “precedent setting” and added, “I’m genuinely excited about this deal. We are expanding our presence in this area.”
Assistant national executive director for sound recordings Randy Himes also praised Timberlake and the dancers.
“The physical demands of touring are tough on our artist members and those members that tour with them,” Himes said. “I applaud the dancers for their dedication to this new agreement and give Justin the credit he richly deserves for stepping up and taking care of his elite dancer group. It’s just another reason why Justin continues to be one of the most respected performers in the media entertainment industry.”
Justin Timberlake stops to take a photo with 13-year-old Giana DiLascio, who had life-saving brain surgery in 2012. (Courtesy of Giana DiLascio)(NEW YORK) — Tina DiLascio calls it “being in the right place at the right time.
” The New Jersey resident was picking up documents Tuesday from a New York City office building, had gotten lost earlier in the day, paid too much for parking and was having an all-around rough afternoon. Then the “man of the hour,” as she calls Justin Timberlake, came walking into this very same New York City building as part of a press tour. “I started screaming like a teenager,” she said. Timberlake was on a tight schedule, turning down all requests from fans for pictures or autographs, until DiLascio told Timberlake her daughter, Giana, had survived brain surgery and was a Make-a-Wish kid. “He stopped, turned around, came over to me and said, ‘Where is she?’” she said. DiLascio quickly ran outside where her 13-year-old daughter, who’s a huge Timberlake fan, was waiting.
“I thought it was a joke,” Giana said. “I couldn’t believe it. I’m still in shock. We talked about the VMAs, which I thought he was great in.” Giana DiLascio, who had to have surgery last year to fix a blockage in her brain, said what happened next was the biggest surprise of all. “Security was saying no pics,” the straight-A student said. “He looked at them and then my phone and said, ‘I’m going to take a photo.’” Giana made the picture her phone’s screen saver.
For Tina DiLascio, who said Tuesday marked the one-year anniversary of the family’s return from its Make-a-Wish trip, said she was especially surprised at the humbleness of a man who had just received a Michael Jackson Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs for a lifetime of groundbreaking music. “It’s just about paying it forward,” the ecstatic mother said. “It may sound cheesy, but we thought her condition was a death sentence, and it ended up being a life sentence.” Giana is doing fine, her mother said. Now, after meeting her idol, all the girl wants is to give someone that same amazing feeling she experienced herself. “I just want to change someone’s life too, like [Justin] did mine,” she said.
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Normally if a star like Justin Timberlake ditches an interview with a member of the media you would hope it would be because of a family emergency or personal matter, not to visit a fan, right?
What about if that fan is part of the Make A Wish Foundation? We all know the charity which helps children with life-threatening realise their dreams by meeting their heroes.
Well that’s exactly what Justin Timberlake did.
On Tuesday Justin Timberlake was scheduled to take part in a live interview with a radio station in New York City. On his way to the interview Justin met Tina DiLascio.
Tina’s 13 year old daughter Giana recently had surgery on a very serious blockage in her pituitary gland on her brain last year and after Tina told the musician about her daughters bravery over the past year Justin asked to meet her.
Giana was waiting outside the building where the interview was meant to take place. According to TMZ Tina raced outside to take her daughter inside to meet Justin Timberlake who was more than happy to wait to meet her.
The pair chatted for a few minutes during which Justin asked the young fan if she was able to watch his performance during Sunday nights MTV VMAs.
The 13 year old told Justin that she enjoyed seeing him on stage as he sung a medley of his greatest hits and was just as excited to see him as he reunited with former *NSYNC bandmates as they performed their smash hit ‘Bye Bye Bye’.
According to TMZ Giana told Justin Timberlake that he was the “next Michael Jackson”. The star was shocked at the compliment and he bowed his head and thanked the girl.
Moments before Justin has to leave to take part in his interview with the radio station the girls mother asked if they could get a photograph together.
Justin joked that the photo would only be taken if she made the picture her screen saver.
Before he left to go indoors the star told the 13 year old to “be well” and gave her a hug before heading indoors.
Justin Timberlake has responded to comments made by women’s rights group ‘Take Back The Night’ that he used its name without permission.
Over the weekend, it was reported that Timberlake could face legal action over the title of his new single, which began streaming on Friday (July 12), after the executive director of women’s rights group Take Back The Night claimed that he failed to ask permission to use their name.
Issuing a statement to Radar, Timberlake said: “Upon the release of my new single ‘Take Back The Night’, I was made aware of an organisation of the same name called The Take Back The Night Foundation.”
He added: “I wanted to take this opportunity to let all know that neither my song nor its lyrics have any association with the organisation. As I’ve learned more about The Take Back The Night Foundation, I’m moved by its efforts to stop violence against women, create safe communities and encourage respectful relationships for women – Something we all should rally around. It is my hope that this coincidence will bring more awareness to this cause.”
The original Take Back The Night has been in operation as a charitable foundation since 1999. It’s Executive Director Katherine Koestner said this week that its lawyers had been in touch with the singer’s representatives. “Everyone at Take Back The Night is really shocked, because normally we get asked when people want to use the name,” she said. “Normally entities as large as Justin Timberlake do very kind and thoughtful things to support our cause…The lyrics are definitely very sexual and not at all clearly anti-sexual violence. ‘Use me’, for example, is not a great phrase for anyone affiliated with the organisation.”
She added: “We tried to contact him through his website and got no answer. Then we sent him a letter Friday (July 12) from our legal counsel saying ‘You used our name without our permission’…They got back to us and said they’re sorry,” Koestner continued. “His agent said ‘Justin’s a good guy! He’s a family man!’ They claimed he’d never heard of us before he wrote that song. I don’t know what country he’s been in. I suppose it could have slipped off his radar screen somehow. Somebody working for him definitely messed up.”
The track is the first song to be taken from Justin Timberlake’s upcoming album ‘The 20/20 Experience – Part 2′, the second installment of ‘The 20/20 Experience’ which was released in March.
Justin Timberlake has been slammed with threatened legal action over his new single, Take Back the Night, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Timberlake surprised fans Friday by releasing his new single, Take Back the Night and it was met with positive reviews.
But the sexual assault awareness organization of the same name is not happy about the song’s title. Now, the Executive Director of the Foundation tells Radar that Justin used their name without asking, and he’s already received a letter from the group’s lawyers.
“Everyone at Take Back the Night is really shocked, because normally, we get asked when people want to use the name,” Take Back the Night Foundation Executive Director Katherine Koestner tells us. “Normally entities as large as Justin Timberlake do very kind and thoughtful things to support our cause.”
But now, “We have some big concerns,” Koestner says. “For example, all of a sudden on Wikipedia, Take Back the Night has a different definition. That’s not been helpful.”
Also problematic is the fact that Timberlake’s R-rated lyrics don’t exactly support TBTN’s message. “The lyrics are definitely very sexual and not at all clearly anti-sexual violence,” she says. “‘Use me,’ for example, is not a great phrase for anyone affiliated with the organization.”
After first hearing that Justin planned to release the song, “We tried to contact him through his website and got no answer,” Koestner reveals. “Then we sent him a letter Friday from our legal counsel saying ‘You used our name without our permission.’”
“They got back to us and said they’re sorry,” she said. “His agent said ‘Justin’s a good guy! He’s a family man!’ They claimed he’d never heard of us before he wrote that song. I don’t know what country he’s been in. I suppose it could have slipped off his radar screen somehow. Somebody working for him definitely messed up.”
“It’s a big song, and he didn’t take the necessary steps to make sure that it was appropriate,” Koestner says. “Normally they do have due diligence.”
In the past, for example, production staff for “The Devil Wears Prada” asked to use the name in the movie. “They made a donation to TBTN and contacted us to make sure it matched our mission and philosophy,” Koestner says. “Another good example is that CSI did an episode with our name and they staged an entire march and rally as part of the show. Not only did they donate to us, but they used our logo properly.”
“Usually people are pretty mindful because no one is actually ‘for’ sexual assault,” she explains. “This whole thing with Justin is just really unfortunate and we’re hoping it can be amicably resolved.”
are you kidding me? I could probably get in trouble for saying this, but honestly all these rights groups are annoying with their rules and regulaions. It’s a freakin song!
Apparently, the cavalcade of hype surrounding Justin Timberlake’s latest album, The 20/20 Experience, failed to reach at least one person.
While at Cannes to promote his new film, the Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis, the singer/actor was approached by a French reporter who, according to Vulture, expressed concern that Timberlake was “making some sacrifice in music just because you are so focused right now on your acting.”
Timberlake was, not surprisingly, a bit taken aback. “I just put a record out, man!” he protested, adding that the “second part … comes out this fall!” He jokingly chided the reporter, “You gotta get off your little island, man,” before smiling and squeezing his arm.
But it didn’t stop there. The reporter pressed on, insisting he had “this feeling” about the precedence of Timberlake’s film career. “Right now, your top priority is acting, maybe. Am I wrong?”
Timberlake informed the chap of his upcoming tour, but then graciously discussed his latest movie. “I don’t take myself seriously in a way where I feel like I need to be vindicated in any way,” he said, as the interview finally wound down.
The members of Three 6 Mafia are among the few rappers who’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with Justin Timberlake, linking up with JT on his 2006 FutureSex/LoveSounds track “Chop Me Up.” And now, Juicy J has scored some one-on-one time with the star.
Fans will likely get to hear the results of the team-up when Juicy drops his upcoming solo album, Stay Trippy. During an interview in April, Wiz Khalifa let slip that his new Taylor Gang signee had hit the studio with the 20/20 Experience singer. And on Wednesday, during a visit to “RapFix Live,” the Memphis rapper confirmed it was all true.
“I’ve got this record [with Timberlake], but it’s not all the way finished yet,” Juicy said, adding that he’s been onto Justin for a minute, thanks to their hometown connection (“He’s from Memphis like me”).
“We did a couple of records [together], but he’s still gotta do the vocals, so hopefully, while they’re doing the mixing, it’ll make the album,” he said of the new music, which seems to include involvement from producer Timbaland as well. “Right now, we’re wrapping it up and hopefully it’ll definitely make the album because it’s a great song.”
Juicy J also recalled the experience of joining Justin in the studio for Timberlake’s last album, admitting that he was blown away by the singer/actor’s work ethic. “Justin is super talented; he can play any type of instrument and he even engineers on the mixing board,” he explained. “When I saw that, I was like, ‘Wow, that guy really knows music.’ Instead of just coming in and laying a verse then leaving, he was involved in everything. He’s a producer and songwriter — he’s incredible.”
In addition to the hometown connection, it also helps that Justin was actually a fan of Three 6 Mafia growing up, despite his mom’s objections. “He told me he used to listen to a lot of our mixtapes, but his mom didn’t want him playing it.”
Stay Trippy is currently scheduled for release on July 2.
Justin Timberlake has got a secret hair straightener habit.
The actor-and-singer reportedly feels embarrassed about the curly locks he sported in his boyband days.
Sources revealed that Timberlake now relies on daily straightening to perfect his crop.
“Justin associates curly hair with his *NSYNC days,” a source told British magazine Heat. “And [he] thinks it makes him look stupid. So he’s been getting his hair straightened.”
Timberlake’s newfound appreciation for the styling tool is rumoured to be causing his wife, actress Jessica Biel, some concern.
Biel reportedly feels Timberlake is vain because he spends more time in front of the mirror than she does.
“Jessica has been teasing him about how long it takes him to get ready,” the source continued.
The Lonely Island have confirmed that Lady GaGa and Justin Timberlake will be among the big name guest collaborators on their new album.
The trio, who made their name on top US late night show Saturday Night Live will release The Wack Album as their third studio collection with some huge names set to feature.
As well as Justin and Gaga, Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong, Pharrell Williams, Solange, Maroon 5′s Adam Levine, Kendrick Lamar and T-Pain are among the artists to contribute.
It’s thought that most of the big name duets will be taken from previous episodes of SNL, including the popular 3-Way (The Golden Role) skit which features GaGa and Justin.
The new album will be promoted through a series of videos called ‘Wack Wednesdays’, where the group will preview visuals for their tracks.
The first episode, Spring Break Anthem, premiered to huge fanfare earlier today with James Franco and The Hangover’s Zach Galifianakis starring.
The video begins with Zach presenting a new chat show ‘Between The Ferns’ with Hollywood heartthrob James Franco as his special guest. The Lonely Island boys then perform their new single, which sees the boys rapping about the crazy antics that go on during Spring Break while also celebrating the joys of organising a wedding with another man. Watch the video here.
The Lonely Island will also perform their first ever live show on July 15 in Chicago. The headline date at the Aragon Theatre is rumoured to be part of a wider tour.
The ‘Suit & Tie’ singer hit the stage at the Roseland Ballroom on Sunday night where he performed tracks from his smash hit album ‘The 20/20 Experience,’ and while there were plenty of adoring fans in the audience, Justin was only interested in one lady in particular with wifey Jessica stealing his attention as he sang hit single ‘Mirrors.’
“Jessica was sitting in the balcony with Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis. When Justin opened the show, he kept looking right at her,” an insider told the New York Post.
“And when he sang ‘Mirrors,’ he sang the lyrics directly up to Jessica.
“She knew the lyrics to all of his songs. It was so sweet. She was looking at him very lovingly.”
How cute! Meanwhile, Justin has given fans a treat this weekend after announcing the release date for part two of his latest album and also a world tour.
The news was broken by the man himself on his Instagram page on Sunday, in a picture that calls the record ‘Part 2 of 2′ – indicating that there will be no further components to the album once the second influx is out there.
The date will be a delight for fans, following rumours that they would have to wait right up until November to get their second dose of JT’s comeback tuneage.
The concert business is about to experience its most robust summer season in years. Early indicators point to a 20 percent increase in ticket sales when compared with 2012, according to Billboard, with multi-artist package tours — like the co-headlining duo of Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z or the triple bill of 98 Degrees, New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men, along with heritage acts like Paul McCartney, Fleetwood Mac, Black Sabbath, Rush and The Rolling Stones — setting the pace.
Indeed, the last time Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and friends toured the U.S. (in late 2012 to celebrate the band’s 50th anniversary), they grossed an average of nearly $8 million a night. With 18 arena shows kicking off May 3 at Los Angeles’ Staples Center and ticket prices ranging from $170 for the cheap seats to $700 for a prime spot (with VIP package incentives going for $2,000-plus), it all points to another watershed achievement for the group of 70-somethings.
A more realistic take for an arena act is about $600,000 a night, with top-tier sellouts commanding closer to $1 million. Among those in the upper bracket is Beyonce, who looks to take a cue from last year’s top touring act, Madonna. Like the MDNA tour, which grossed $228 million for 72 sold-out shows, Beyonce gave potential ticket buyers a sneak peek of her Mrs. Carter Show at the Super Bowl. Campaigns for Pepsi and H&M and word of a new album followed, and now the four-month world tour is off and running, with the 28-date North American leg set to end at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center in August.
After years of dramatic increases, ticket prices seem to be stabilizing as artists continue to push for more affordable price points to pack arenas with merchandise-buying fans. Even the Stones have lowered prices from their mid-2000′s peak. At the same time, secondary sellers like StubHub and TicketsNow often dictate what the market will bear. McCartney’s Out There tour, for example, boasts only nine U.S. dates and big buzz, yet tickets to some shows are going for as little as $40 on StubHub. Kid Rock priced all tickets to his Best Night Ever tour at $20 in a deal with Live Nation that calls for profit-sharing from parking, concessions and merch sales.
But not every act has the fan base to toy with creative ticket pricing. “It’s a balancing act and one of the hardest things we have to do in our jobs,” says David Galea, a 12-year booker at The Agency Group, which represents such bands as Muse, Nickelback, The Black Keys and Paramore. “If you’re overpricing your artist, ticket sales are going to suffer, but you don’t want to undervalue your artist, either. It’s tricky.”
To hedge risks, more tours are combining several acts — be it the Under the Influence tour, which brings together hip-hop newcomers Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky and Trinidad James, the Americanarama outing featuring Bob Dylan, Wilco and My Morning Jacket or co-headlining bills such as the Honda Civic Tour featuring Maroon 5 and Kelly Clarkson.
“These are acts that bridge five decades of music listeners,” says Galea. By growing the pool of potential ticket buyers, “you’ve got a lot of one-plus-one-equals-five.”