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Runner Runner
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Nsync Essentials
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love never felt so good
Release : May 13, 2014
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not a bad thing
Release : 2/24/2014
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Justin posted this adorable shot on his Instagram yesterday, and I must say this is one sexy image of him. For us females who normally do the cooking it is insanely sexy to come across a man that can cook…. And when he looks like JT who can resist.

I have to go to work shortly and I’ll be out of “office” tomorrow so I’ll leave you all with a message today.

To all those who celebrate, a very merry Christmas to you. Share this time with your loved ones and friends, and be thankful for all you have. For those who don’t, enjoy the day off work lol

I’ll be out of town with my family to celebrate the holiday with relatives from all over, most of them I only see this time of year, so it’s a special occasion.

Thank you for your continued support and love over the years and I hope you all enjoy your Christmas.

<3 Jess

(my photo of the nyc tree, my younger sister and I visited the city the other night for a Mariah Carey Christmas event, and even tho I live close to the city, it was the first time I’d ever seen the tree)

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Hes on tour and has a pregnant wife….

Yesterday ex nsyncer lance bass said I do, and when justin received his invitation he said I do not. lol JC and Chris attended the nuptials as well as other celebrities to celebrate with lance.

Congrats!

i just knew it was only a matter of time before star or ok! would make a crazy story up…. Justin is on tour so he is off the radar and gives them the ammo to make up cheating stories and such.

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GALLERY LINK::
magazines > 14 > star magazine december 29,2014

STAR MAGAZINE REPORTS :

Their lives couldn’t be more different at the moment: While Justin Timberlake has been dancing and partying up a storm with his crew of musicians and sexy backup singers, pregnant Jessica Biel has spent her days quietly shopping, decorating the baby’s nursery and taking prenatal yoga classes — and the time apart is taking its toll on the couple’s marriage.

In fact, friends say Jessica recently issued Justin an ultimatum: If he doesn’t step up to the plate and fully commit to their relationship and growing family, she’ll pull the plug on their two year marriage.

“Jess honestly thought that when she got pregnant, Justin would recommit himself to family life,” an insider tells Star. “But he’s been really disrespectful. Justin ignores Jess and treats her like she’s merely a friend.”

After the “Mirrors” singer missed several pregnancy milestones, his wife demanded to come meet him in Australia in New Zealand in October for their anniversary. “She told him she’s sick of hearing about cheating and that if they’re going to make it work, he has to become a more hands-on, full time husband and dad,” the source reveals. “And if he doesn’t, she said she’d divorce him and raise their baby as a single mom!”

During a recent Garth Brooks concert Justin sat in the audience and sang along to every sing and got noticed.. well the country legend returned the favor in Nashville. Justin brought his sold out hit show the 20/20 experience live to town and Mr.Brooks was in the crowd. Joined justin onstage for “friends in low places”

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Justin Timberlake was moved to tears by a young fan’s gift Sunday during a concert at the Barclays Center in New York, when a 10-year-old boy told him he’d been listening to him practically his whole life.

Timberlake was overwhelmed opening the gift, receiving a bow tie from the boy, who was dressed up in a suit and bow tie as well.

“Hey man, greatest gift ever,” Timberlake said. “Because a gentleman can never have too many bow ties.”

J.T. even had to walk away for a moment to collect himself.

“I might have to wear that on Christmas Day. I love you, kiddo,” he said. “S–t, that got me.”

1411087014314_Image_galleryImage_MELBOURNE_AUSTRALIA_SEPTEIf you didn’t see Justin Timberlake at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday, don’t worry. He’ll be back.

For years to come.

The concert left little doubt that Timberlake is a performer for the ages: someone who already has transitioned not only out of his boy band days of ‘N Sync, but beyond the blue-eyed hip-hop of his first solo album to become a fully formed entertainer whose career seems able to last as long as he wants it to.

His two-hour-and-15-minute concert of 29 songs (and snippets of others) covered nearly all that territory (sorry, no ‘N Sync songs), but updated all of it and looked forward, with singing, dancing, onstage presence and production far better than any of his contemporaries.

The concert has even evolved since it first came through Philadelphia in November 2013. It was still a massive production, with an 11-member band, four backup singers and six dancers. And its size, especially early on, still sometimes overtook Timberlake’s performance — at the expense of his songs.

But – just four performances from the end of a tour that now has stretched 16 months — it seemed slightly less formulaic, as if it had found more room for Timberlake’s intrinsic talent to shine through.

For example, on the opening song, “Pusher Love Girl,” Timberlake – dressed in a dark suit and white shirt but with no tie and sneakers (a subtle statement of less formality?) and with a full beard– sang in high falsetto and danced like Fred Astaire.

But he also a one point simply stopped and stood, hands in pockets, as the crowd cheered and screamed.

“That’s how we feelin’ it in Philly tonight?” he asked, then finished with an even higher note.

(Speaking of audience reaction – it spoke volumes that nearly 15 years removed from ‘N Sync, Timberlake still prompted a female to throw a pair of panties on stage. But the married, reported father-to-be responded, “I don’t know what I’m supposed to do with that, honey.”

The show equally sampled his four albums, which now have sold 12 million copies and produced 10 Top 10 hits and 11 songs that have gone gold or platinum (he sang them all). And not a single member of the crowd seemed to mind the set was substantially the same as his last show at Wells Fargo Center.

But some songs early in the show leaned too heavily on production and we drastically rearranged.

“Rock Your Body” from his solo debut disc was orchestral, and combined with a snippet of “Don’t Hold the Wall.” “Futuresex/Lovesounds” also was significantly different, slow and dirty, but both sensual and energetic.

“Like I Love You” also had a deeper groove, and by the time he started by rapping the lyrics of “My Love,” then sang it alone at the front of the stage in a spotlight, the show was on the verge of being too much a “show.”

But Timberlake pulled back at precisely the right time, taking off his jacket and teasing a cappella verses of “Summer Love” before doing a great version of that song and — on a red-lighted stage — an even better, funky version of “Lovestoned.” Its coda was gentle yet desperate at the same time, making it perhaps the best performance of the night.

Continuing with the more muted approach, he played “Until the End of Time” on a white grand piano at the front of the stage and, still alone, sang Jay Z’s “Holy Grail,” that segued right into a very good “Cry Me a River” that incorporated snippets of Nirvana’s “Entertain Us” and Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir” to send the set.

After a 10-minute intermission, Timberlake opened his second set with a laser-filled big production on “Only When I Walk Away,” then stripped it down to him on acoustic guitar for “Drink You Away” before the band joined him, unplugged around the microphone for “Tunnel Vision.”

After a funky, loose and fun version of “Senorita,” with him standing at the keyboards, came the biggest production part of the show. The front third of the stage lifted high to become a walkway that moved slowly overhead of the crowd.

As it did, Timberlake danced atop it with his troupe and performed “Let the Groove In,” adding a snipped of Earth, Wind and Fire’s “Shining Star” that clearly showed his influences. At the back of the arena, Timblerlake left the walkway to play Elvis’ “Heartbreak Hotel.”

As he did in the 2013 Wells Fargo show, Timberlake again showed he’s is no Elvis, but he committed himself well enough, and followed it with a great performance of “Not a Bad Thing,” also on acoustic guitar. It’s one of Timberlake’s best post-N Sync songs, and was one of the night’s best.

Timberlake’s voice was a far better fit for Michael Jackson’s “Human Nature” – especially his falsetto – and it segued nicely into a stripped and stark “What Goes Around … Comes Around.”

The new “Take Back the Night” as the walkway moved back over the crowd also was one of the night’s best – fresh and funky.

The return trip of the elevated stage over the crowd started with another fun and funk song, “Take Back the Night,” followed by short versions of Cool and The Gang’s “Jungle Boogie,” the new “Murder” and Bell Biv Devoe’s “Poison” (which was written by former Allentown resident Elliot “Dr Freeze” Straite.)

During all of them, Timberlake danced enthusiastically, and the band was especially impressive on its new jack swing on the final song.

Timberlake closed the main part of the show with his double-platinum hit “Suit & Tie” – smooth and suave, just like his matured persona.

But he returned for a burning five-minute version of his biggest hit, the triple-platinum “SexyBack” (“I’m still runnin’ this bitch,” he said) and an eight-minute closing of “Mirrors’” at the end of which he dropped to his knees on stage.

Before the end of the show, Timberlake – referring to the near-decade lapse of time between his tours — told the crowd, “We’ll make sure it’s not seven years till we do this again.”

When Timberlake does decide to return, he’ll no doubt do it at the top, and with a show as good as the one he performed Wednesday.