Justin Timberlake and his wife, actress Jessica Biel have reportedly hired two gay male nannies to take care of their newborn son.
The It’s Not a Bad Thing singer and the 32-year-old actress welcomed their first child, Silas Randall Timberlake last month.
According to a new report in OK! magazine, Biel did not want any other women around Justin.
“Jessica hired two gay male nannies she knows through friends and is having them rotate schedules,” a source told the publication. “She didn’t want any Swedish nannies around Justin.”
“[Justin] is in there too, changing diapers and gushing to everyone he knows that Silas is already a little angel,” the insider added.
Justin had previously shared the first photo of Silas along with Biel on Instagram.
Bonus, a little fun with Taylor Swift.
SNL’s had a penchant for musical numbers of late, and for its 40thanniversary it pulled out all the stops: Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake opened the special with a very, very long song that celebrated the show’s very, very long history.
Rachel Dratch and Molly Shannon make brief and hilarious appearances, and the Fallon-Timberlake duo make sure there’s always “more cowbell!” Enjoy.
Apparently Jessica doesn’t want justin to see her looking bad
Justin keeps telling her he thinks she’ll look beautiful and he just wants to support on the most important day of their lives,” a inside source told the outlet. “But Jess is insisting she’d rather have a close friend be there to hold her hand.”
We understand that she would be worried that the pain may be too much for her hubby to see, but come on, Justin’s a tough guy! Jess shouldn’t be concerned with how she looks while in labor, it’s not supposed to be glamourous.
Jessica’s Decision Is Not Sitting Well With Justin
Of course, this would cause a riff between the couple. “Her resistance is causing a lot of tension during what should be a happy time,” the source revealed to OK!.
If the report is true, hopefully Jess changes her mind, because obviously this is very important to Justin. The singer is so excited to be a father, he even posted a cute kissing photo announcing the pregnancy!
We hope Justin gets to be at his wife’s bedside during this wonderful life-changing experience!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers, do you think Jessica will let Justin be in the room for their child’s birth? Will the couple have a boy or a girl? Let us know your thoughts!
AfterMaster is like having a team of audio experts come in and fine tune your home stereo, TV, or headphones. The new AfterMaster chip optimizes the sound quality from any device, enhancing its fullness and clarity. Essentially, it makes audio sound much richer, like you were listening to uncompressed master recordings on super high-fidelity audio equipment, even if you’re just streaming Spotify through some desktop speakers.
Eight years after the company was founded, AfterMaster has partnered with ON Semiconductor to put its technology onto a tiny microchip that can be built into any device. And superstar Justin Timberlake has just become a co-owner of the company, which should give it a popularity and distribution boost.
We visited AfterMaster’s suite at CES to listen to how much better music and TV sound through its technology. We heard the same tracks played with and without AfterMaster to analyze its exact impact. You can check out the video up top.
From the demo, I’d say AfterMaster gives mid-tones a richer, more textured, robust sound like listening to an album on vinyl rather than a cassette tape. It teases out instruments and tracks so they sound more sonically and spatially differentiated. AfterMaster’s processing can also give sound a less echoey, empty vibe typical of big arenas.
On the negative side, I did feel like the high-tones got a bit muddier, and vocals were absorbed into the mix rather than riding on top. It can also leave some residual sound after bigger bass hits.
The AfterMaster chip works by processing the audio in real-time and tuning it depending on the characteristics of the device. Larry Ryckman, AfterMaster co-founder and engineer on albums by Madonna and Michael Jackson, tells me the chip can counteract deficiencies in audio devices, such as headphones that are too bassy, or small speakers that sound tinny in the high frequencies.
Overall, AfterMaster definitely improves sound on the surface. Some audiophiles might take offense to it messing with what an artist created. But considering how often we listen to music on crappy speakers or headphones, Timberlake might have been smart to jump on a company trying to save our ears.