welcome to WorldofJustin.com The longest running online source for Justin Timberlake. Since 2003 WoJ has given fans everything they need to be kept up to the minute in all things jt. Through song, video and photography we live out each day of his life. We hope you enjoy your stay and return soon! ~ WoJ Staff


Check out some of the latest things Justin has been working on.

Runner Runner
Release : 2014
check out screen captures
Purchase on iTunes - Download





Nsync Essentials
Release : July 29, 2014
Peak Chart Position : --
Purchase on iTunes - Download




love never felt so good
Release : May 13, 2014
Peak Chart Position : #20
Purchase on iTunes - Download




not a bad thing
Release : 2/24/2014
Peak Chart Position : #8
Purchase on iTunes - Download




The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2
Release : 9/30/2013
Peak Chart Position :
Purchase on iTunes - Download



images


kim kim iggy carrie fgl ciara nsync shalene gerard mike kellen riri adam ryan lana jess jessalba jul mila cameron avril debby emma leona
<

COMING SOON
want to be the next WoJ Fan of the month? sumbit an email to us at (contactwojdotcom@aol.com) with the following information:
1.Name, and photo
2.age
3.location
4.how many shows you have attended to date
5.favorite photo of justin
6.how you heard of woj
we will choose the best! and we will reply to let you know!

Site : worldofjustin.com
Owner : Jess M
Co Webs : Amber and Daphne
Hosted by : Hollywood.com / Starzz Network
Best Viewed : iPad, iPad mini, desktop and laptop. (site is "device ready" therefor the theme becomes easier to view on smaller devices)
Opened since : September 24, 2003
Viewers since 2003 :
contact the staff
WoJ fans online : 38 Users

Beyonce drops Part 5 of her Self-Titled mini-documentary series that gives a glimpse into her fifth self-titled LP, Beyonce. In this five-and-a-half minute (we’re seeing a pattern here)episode titled “Honesty,” the “XO” singer gets personal and talks about having to carry the same torch now of her previous inspirations. “I feel like I’m having to tap into a lot of my life experiences to pull inspiration, and I feel like I’m opening a lot in these videos and showing a lot of sides to me that only a few people have seen.”

This episode also takes fans inside the studio as Yonce puts together the ballad “Rocket,” which she co-wrote with Justin Timberlake and Miguel. “It was a moment in the studio where I didn’t want to stop singing it, and I just kinda zoned out,” she explains of finding the melody. “I don’t think I would have done it back then. I don’t think I would have been confident enough. I would have been too afraid of what other people thought, but I kinda dropped that fourth wall and I did it.”

The past 12 months have made one thing clear: 2013 was the year of Justin Timberlake. I know what you’re thinking: What about Jennifer Lawrence and Miley Cyrus and Benedict Cumberbatch? Sorry folks — it was all JT. The ex-‘NSYNC band-member-turned-solo-artist and actor ruled 2013 with his release of The 20/20 Experience Part 1 & Part 2, his boy band’s (all too brief) reunion at the MTV Video Music Awards, and his Golden Globe nod for his work on the Coen Brothers’ musical biopic Inside Llewyn Davis. So yeah, this was a big year for our favorite Southern gentleman, JT. (Let’s forget that awkward minute when he starred in Runner, Runner, shall we?) And his Golden Globe nomination for “Please Mr. Kennedy” only means one thing: Justin Timberlake is one step closer to successfully accomplishing the EGOG.

In case you’ve been living under a rock, the EGOG (Emmy-Grammy-Oscar-Golden Globe) is the selective sibling of the ever-elusive EGOT (Emmy-Grammy-Oscar-Tony). The two titles are the grand slams of entertainment and they’re rare, especially for someone whose primary title is singer-songwriter and fabulous dancer. Timberlake is halfway to accomplishing the EGOG as he enters the 2013-14 awards season — he’s already racked up four Emmy awards for his epic turns on Saturday Night Live and six Grammy Awards (and he’s currently nominated and in place to win more). But his Globes nomination is the first for the multi-talented performer and the fact that Inside Llewyn Davis’ soundtrack is one of the best of 2013, combined with the hilarity of the song itself, might be the perfect recipe for a win. And even if he doesn’t win there, the song could definitely get a nod when the Oscar nominees are announced on Jan. 16.

So what can Timberlake do to ensure a golden awards season? Well, perhaps one of these five tips will help the Golden Globe nominee.

 

TIP NO. 1: CHARM THE ACADEMY

image

 Because everyone knows that when you turn on the charm (á la J. Law and Sandra Bullock), you immediately become an Academy darling. And it’s no secret that Justin Timberlake has more charm in one of his fingernails than 3/4 of the population combined.

TIP NO. 2: STAY CLASSY

jt

Class goes a long way in Hollywood, and JT’s got a hell of a lot of it. I’d list all of Hollywood A-list award winners that are paragons of class, but that’d be a really long list. But look at this guy in a suit and tie! Eat your heart out, Daniel Day-Lewis.

TIP NO. 3: MAKE ‘EM LAUGH

jt2

Like Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor advised us in Singin’ In The Rain, humor really is the best way to make the people love you. (Hello George Clooney!) And JT’s really good at it — he’s got the SNL resumé to prove it.

TIP NO. 4: DON’T BE EMBARRASSED ABOUT RUNNER, RUNNER

jt3

You’re just better at comedies, JT, and now you know it for sure. So don’t be embarrassed about Runner, Runner and its epic flop because it will all be okay. Look at how many terrible movies Sandra Bullock had to make before she won her Oscar for The Blind Side (and look at how Clooney’s Batman & Robin nipples became a focal point of his golden year in 2006) — it happens to everyone, so learn from it, and joke about it.

TIP NO. 5: BE YOUR RADIANT, BEAUTIFUL SELF

jt4

Every minute of every hour of every day until awards season is over, and then you can rest peacefully while cradling the last two statues to complete your EGOG tenderly against your chest. Because, at the risk of sounding shallow, that smile could simultaneously light up a room and melt our frozen hearts while those baby blues bring us to our knees — and I can bet there’s at least a few people on the voting committees who’ll feel the same way as well.

So, in conclusion, we’re throwing our support behind Justin Timberlake for the EGOG in 2014 because it’s totally within his reach. And we can only hope he’d celebrate like this (or at least make a joke about it in the green room afterwards)…

jt5

Of course the first printed article of the new year is something rubbish. OK! Magazine claims the timberlakes are unhappy due to the fact they spent time apart. I’m guessing the editors are unaware of the fact justin is a musician and is currently on tour lol.

image

Click the cover to view the scans in the gallery

Of course the first printed article of the new year is something rubbish. OK! Magazine claims the timberlakes are unhappy due to the fact they spent time apart. I’m guessing the editors are unaware of the fact justin is a musician and is currently on tour lol.

image

Click the cover to view the scans in the gallery

Happy new year everyone! I spent most of yesterday in the car, and bored with my own iPod’s songs, I decided to listen to the radio. I found the radio station doing iHeartRadio’s countdown and just listened to that (at least they’d play different songs for hours, unlike most pop radio stations that would play 10 songs over and over again). Justin featured 4 times in the countdown:

#6 Mirrors
#13 Suit & Tie (feat. JAY Z)
#23 Holy Grail
#78 Take Back the Night 

You can check out the full countdown here.

image

Win the Runner Runner Blu-ray Combo Pack to find out “Who’s playing who?”
Justin Timberlake and Ben Affleck star in this high-stakes crime thriller where the lure of easy money is the riskiest bet of all. When Princeton grad student Richie Furst (Timberlake) believes he’s been swindled by an online poker site, he heads to Costa Rica to confront gambling tycoon Ivan Block (Affleck), the man he thinks is responsible. But Richie will soon face the ultimate power play as he finds himself caught between Block’s promises of unlimited wealth and the zealous FBI agent (Anthony Mackie) trying to bring him down.

The Blu-ray Combo Pack includes a bonus feature that reveals the true story behind the world of online poker, as well as never before seen bonus content.

The Runner Runner Blu-ray Combo Pack also includes a Digital HD copy of the film.

The DVD hits store on January 7th, but you can snag a free copy today by answering the following:
Which previous film of Justin’s was not only released in January as well, but on his birthday?

Email me the answer to wojcom@aol.com before January 7th and I will randomly pick a winner on January 7th.

image

Merry Christmas to all the fellow justin fans from all over the world. Hope you are enjoying your presents or whatever your family does.

ghank you for staying loyal and always visiting.

love always – jess

justin-timberlake-amas-2013-650-430

Justin Timberlake, so often shuttling between movies and music, for once didn’t have to choose.

In the Coen brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis” Timberlake plays a supporting role as a cheery, sweater-wearing 1960s folk musician. But he also collaborated with producer T Bone Burnett on the movie’s memorable period songs and helped shape the film’s most unforgettable and comic tune, “Please Mr. Kennedy.”

“It’s the first time that I’ve gotten to kind of do a lot of things that I love to do at the same time,” Timberlake said in a recent interview by phone from the road, where he’s on tour. “It will always be a milestone for me to get to write, sing, act and bring it all together.”

For the multitasking Timberlake (Burnett calls him “a quadruple threat”), the film was a rare chance to combine his talents: a Coen playground staked out between worlds Timberlake usually navigates separately. Some fans and media seem to want him to pick a side: musician or actor.

“I don’t even know what I am, man,” he chuckles.

The various Timberlakes are uniquely on display at the moment. “Inside Llewyn Davis” opened nationally Friday. He’s in the midst of touring “The 20/20 Experience,” his Grammy-nominated return to music after a spell in movies like “The Social Network.” And this weekend, he was the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live,” where the former Mouseketeer first revealed his comedy chops.

The folk revival music of “Inside Llewyn Davis” is quite a distance from Timberlake’s “Suit and Tie” or “My Love,” but Burnett doesn’t think much of genre divisions.

“He’s from Memphis, says Burnett. “He’s an R&B singer, basically. But he’s got a beautiful voice and he’s got incredible tone and he can sing anything he wants to. A song is a song.”

“Inside Llewyn Davis” is about a struggling and bitter folk musician (the title character, played by Oscar Isaac) in 1961 Greenwich Village, the cusp of Bob Dylan’s arrival. Timberlake plays a friend of his with a rosier outlook and less concerns with selling-out. The movie is filled with full performances of songs, all but one of which were recorded live.

Work on the film began with the music: “We found the characters through the type of music they did,” says Timberlake.

Timberlake went to Burnett’s Los Angeles home to work on “Please Mr. Kennedy.” The song, whose chorus goes “Please Mr. Kennedy, don’t shoot me into outer-space,” is the comedic high point of the film, and one of the strangest songs that will ever be credited to Timberlake (along with Burnett and the Coens). The premise, Burnett says, was astronaut John Glenn having second thoughts.

The song is roughly based on “Please Mr. Kennedy,” a 1962 novelty song by the Goldcoast Singers that pleads to the president not to be shipped off to Vietnam. It went through several other different iterations through the 60s. (Because the song is based on previously recorded material, it’s ineligible for an Academy Award.)

“There was a novelty song and then there was a parody of the novelty song,” says Burnett. “Then there was another parody of the novelty song. Now we’ve done a rewrite on a take-off of a parody of a novelty song.”

While working on the song with Burnett, Timberlake wanted to get his own guitar, so the two stopped into a music shop in San Fernando Valley. Burnett says Timberlake “put some sex into it, put some swing into it.”

“I just started strumming these chords and strumming in a way that we felt was almost like (the Beach Boys’) “Surfin’ Safari” or a Coasters tune,” says Timberlake. “It was just one of those things where when the punch lines fit in with the melody so good. We kind of just wrote the song in the back of this guitar shop.”

When the song was later recorded in the studio and on film, the silliness grew. Though “Please Mr. Kennedy” becomes a hit in the film, it’s everything Llewyn detests about music. It’s a pop music hell for him; he’s just there for some quick cash.

With Timberlake and Isaac (a proficient musician, himself) on guitar, they’re joined by Adam Driver (“Girls”) who, in a cowboy hat, adds some of the more ridiculous harmonies. (“Adam Driver is a deeply courageous actor,” says Burnett.) Ethan Coen, in particular, pushed them to add quirks like a repeated “pah- pah- pah-” before the “please.”

Molded by Burnett, Timberlake, the Coen brothers, Isaac and Driver, the song may very well be one of the most absurd collections of talent for a recording. It’s also a hit. Moviegoers and critics have raved about “Please Mr. Kennedy” since the film first debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in May.

But the unusual group of musicians, actors and filmmakers was perfectly suited to Timberlake. He also jumped in to sing bass on the a cappella “Auld Triangle” with the Punch Brothers and Marcus Mumford. It was a surreal swirl of music and moviemaking. The Coens, says Timberlake, are “the equivalent of Dylan in the film industry.”

“We just all jammed together for a couple weeks,” says Timberlake. “So you felt like this counter-culture collective.”

“I don’t like rules of `well, this is what you do, or this is the picture frame you’re supposed to live in,’” he says. “You just never know what might come out of trying everything.”

 

SNL was a hit!

Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake gave NBC an impressive early Christmas gift.

The duo’s Dec. 21 episode of Saturday Night Live scored big in the ratings for the network, delivering the longrunning series’ best numbers in almost two years.

With Fallon as a host and Timberlake as a musical guest (though one could argue he served as a co-host!), the episode averaged a 6.3 rating in Nielsen’s 56 metered markets, with a 3.9 ratings in the all-important adults 18-49 demo in the 25 markets with Local People Meters.

The duo’s cheer-inducing ratings are the series’ best since the Jan. 7, 2012 episode, which was hosted by Charles Barkley and featured Kelly Clarkson as the musical guest and averaged a 7.0 rating and a 4.1 ratings in the adults 18-49.