Justin Timberlake will return to Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres show in a big way this Thursday.
According to Ellen, the Grammy winner will be premiering the music video for his new single, ”Not A Bad Thing.”
“He brought “SexyBack,” he’s always on his “Suit & Tie,” and now Justin Timberlake is treating Ellen and her fans to the WORLD PREMIERE of his new music video! Ellen will be hosting a one-minute preview of the superstar’s video for his song “Not a Bad Thing,” and sharing the full video exclusively on EllenTV.com! The pop anthem is the third single off Justin’s album ”The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2,” and is wooing hearts everywhere. It will be an incredible thing when Ellen debuts her friend’s latest work to the world! Get ready to “Rock Your Body”,” reports Telepictures.
“Not A Bad Thing” follows successful singles like “Suit & Tie” and “Mirrors.”
Read more at http://m.singersroom.com/content/2014-03-19/Justin-Timberlake-To-Premiere-Not-A-Bad-Thing-Video-on-Ellen/#TEakBQdF60KydRB8.99
That is just kinda funny!
Her hit album may be called Red, but she’s definitely in the black.
Taylor Swift earned nearly $40m last year, according to Billboard magazine’s annual Money Makers rich list.
The 24-year-old beat out an all-star lineup that includes Beyonce, Justin Timberlake and even The Rolling Stones.
Proving a woman can live on writing about bad breakups alone, the country/pop songstress earned $39,699,575.60 to become the highest paid musician last year.
Taylor was also the industry’s top touring act generating an estimated take of $30m over the course of her sold-out six month tour.
Adding to her bank account were lucrative tour sponsorships by Keds, Elizabeth Arden and Diet Coke.
The I Knew You Were Trouble singer previously topped the list two years ago, back then earning over $35m.
Following in her country footsteps, Kenny Chesney landed at number two on the list, bringing in just under $33m.
The 45-year-old was aided by his chart-topping album Life On A Rock and his massive No Shoes Nation stadium tour.
Bringing sexyback and a whole lot of cash, Justin Timberlake made his successful return to the music arena following a seven year hiatus.
With two albums and two tours – including his Legends Of Summer juggernaut with Jay-Z (#16), the former boybander racked up over $31 million.
Enough for plenty of suit and ties for years to come.
With their Because We Can stadium tour, New Jersey’s finest Bon Jovi had a busy 12 months and helped the steel horse cowboys come in at number four with $29.4m.
And proving that some things only get better with age, the Rolling Stones celebrated their 50th anniversary with their sold out 50 & Counting tour which pushed them to #5 with over $26m.
Beyonce, Maroon 5, Luke Bryan, Pink and Fleetwood Mac round out the rest of this year’s top 10.
Embattled teen pop sensation Justin Bieber lands at number 11 with just under $19m, while Kim K’s baby daddy Kanye West managed to scrape by on $11.5m at number 26.
Pop superstar Justin Timberlake will play a single show at Auckland’s Vector Arena in October.
Timberlake is promoting his latest album, The 20/20 Experience – The Complete Experience, which contains hits including ‘Suit & Tie’, ‘TKO’ and ‘Not a Bad Thing’.
The former N’Sync star took home three Grammy Awards this year – best R&B song for ‘Pusher Love Girl’, best pop solo performance for ‘Mirrors’ and best pop vocal album.
Tickets go on sale through Ticketmaster on March 21 at 10am, but there is a presale for members of his fanclub and MasterCard holders on March 18.
The October 12 show will be Timberlake’s first in New Zealand since 2007. More information is available on TheEdge.co.nz.
Craig Brewer is in talks to direct MGM’s reboot of “The Idolmaker” with Justin Timberlake, Hawk Koch and Gene Kirkwood producing.
The original film, released in 1980, starred Ray Sharkey as a mercenary music promoter who takes on two boys with the intent of turning them into teen idols. The story was based on the life of the life of rock promoter and manager Bob Marcucci, who discovered and promoted Frankie Avalon and Fabian.
Marucci served as a technical advisor and Taylor Hackford directed “The Idolmaker,” which was the feature film debut for Peter Gallagher, Joe Pantoliano, and Paul Land.
“The Idolmaker” was one of the MGM library projects that were put into development in 2011 after the storied studio went through a pre-packaged bankruptcy in late 2010. It also began working at that point on reboots of “RoboCop,” which was released through Sony last month, and “Poltergeist,” due to be released next eyar through Fox.
Brewer’s credits include “Hustle and Flow,” “Black Snake Moan” and 2011′s reboot of “Footloose.”
Reports emerged last summer that Timberlake had come on board to produce “The Idolmaker.” He also been attached to produce and star “Spinning Gold,” a biopic about record exec Neil Bogart, for several years.
Koch and Kirkwod were producers on the original. Koch served as president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2012-13; Kirkwood’s credits include “Rocky.”
Brewer is repped by WME and his attorney is Carlos Goodman.
Justin Timberlake may not love the New England weather, but the “Suit and Tie” singer sure knows how to party.
“It’s cold as f— here. I apologize, but there really is no other word to describe how cold it is,” JT told the crowd at his Thursday night show at Boston’s TD Garden.
But the bitterly cold temperatures didn’t keep him from hitting the town after the show. Timberlake and about 15 pals headed to J.J. Foley’s, an Irish bar located in the South End neighborhood.
The group strolled in around 12:45 a.m. to celebrate the 40th birthday of one of his band members, trumpeter and vocalist Dontae Winslow.
And celebrate they did: Justin drank three tequilas and stayed about an hour before heading back to his hotel.
“They were just hanging out,” said a bystander. “They were awesome. He’s been here before.”
And the staff at Foley’s said Timberlake and company definitely knew how to take care of their servers.
The 2020 tour has added new dates!!
|18–Sept||Melbourne, AU||Etihad Stadium, arena mode||On Sale Mar 7|
|22–Sept||Adelaide, AU||Adelaide Entertainment Centre||On Sale Mar 7|
|26–Sept||Brisbane, AU||Brisbane Entertainment Centre||On Sale Mar 7|
|1–Oct||Sydney, AU||Allphones Arena||On Sale Mar 7|
|8–Oct||Perth, AU||Perth Arena||On Sale Mar 7|
Just announced – Justin will be headlining V Festival on Saturday, Aug. 16th in Chelmsford, UK and on Sunday, Aug. 17th in South Staffordshire, UK!!
Even better – JT fans can get tickets early through a special TN Kids V Festival presale on Thursday from 10AM GMT until midnight GMT. Register for The Tennessee Kids’ website to receive an email with promo code and all presale instructions tomorrow when sale begins!