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Jan. 11th, 2014
Dec. 16th, 2013
Justin Timberlake gave two fans a concert they’ll remember for the rest of their lives at the Louisville, Ky., stop of his 20/20 Experience Tour on Sunday.
When a fan named Josh reached out to Timberlake’s camp in November asking to propose to his girlfriend Kim at the concert, the Grammy-nominated singer happily obliged.
An excited Timberlake stopped his show after performing “That Girl” and brought Josh and Kim onstage.
“Josh and Kim, why don’t you make your way up here?” the musician asked before introducing them to the crowd.
“Josh called me earlier. He’s got something he wants to tell you,” he explained to Kim.
Being the showman that he is, Timberlake positioned the couple before hopping offstage to give them their moment. Josh proposed to Kim and planted a huge kiss on her, leaving a giddy Timberlake applauding.
The icing on the cake? If Timberlake and wife Jessica Biel were guests at their wedding. Watch the romantic proposal below.
Nov. 28th, 2013
Happy Thanksgiving to all our US Visitors!
Nov. 25th, 2013
Congratulations to Justin for taking home Favorite pop/rock male artist, Soul/R&B artist and Soul/R&B album categories!
Nov. 24th, 2013
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).
The actress soon announced she was watching the Awards from home.
“I’m watching from home tonight. Calm down, Internet,” she wrote.
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.
Nov. 12th, 2013
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Oct. 9th, 2013
This week on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Justin Timberlake achieves the uncommon feat of earning two different No. 1 albums in less than a year.
His new release, “The 20/20 Experience, 2 of 2,” starts at No. 1 with 350,000 sold in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It arrives atop the chart 28 weeks after the first “The 20/20 Experience” debuted at No. 1 with the year’s largest sales week: 968,000.
In turn, Timberlake is the only act in 2013 to sell 300,000 copies in a week of two different albums. He continues to be the only act this year that has sold more than 300,000 units of any album in multiple weeks. (The first “20/20″ sold in excess of 300,000 in each of its first two weeks. In its second frame, it moved 318,000.)
“The 20/20 Experience, 2 of 2″ is the second half of Timberlake’s two-part “20/20 Experience” album. The new set was available in both a standard edition as well as a “complete” edition, which combined both the first half and the second half of “20/20.” Sales of both “2 of 2″ and the complete edition are combined together.
For more stats on Part 2, you can read more at the source.
Oct. 7th, 2013
The very first words we hear in Justin Timberlake’s new film, “Runner Runner,” are a firm but solemn declaration from Timberlake’s character, Richie Furst, in a voiceover: “Everybody gambles.” And that’s about as good a summary as you can get for this movie.
The film’s first act introduces us to Richie Furst as a brilliant Princeton student who’s been screwed over on Wall Street in the past and is now working toward a Masters. But Furst, aside from being a student, is also a major player on campus in peddling online gambling, and through this designation the film shows us a sort of hasty montage of the world of Internet gaming.
If you’re familiar with BetFair, or any other high profile online gaming site, you get the drill – online casinos are enormous, and constantly growing. They offer games ranging from Blackjack to sports betting, and they rake in millions of dollars while providing gambling and entertainment for the masses. They make you feel like you’re throwing down chips in a real casino, all from the safety of your dorm room or apartment. And, in Richie Furst’s world, they can get you in trouble.
Threatened with expulsion due to his casino involvement, Furst finds himself in need of a new way to pay tuition, and desperately pours his whole bank account into an online poker ring himself. Eventually, he finds himself cheated in a scenario that is determined to be all but mathematically impossible. Furst crunches the numbers and determines he’s been cheated, which leads him to hunt down Ivan Block (Ben Affleck), the leader of Midnight Black online casino, in Costa Rica.
So begins a thrilling journey for Furst. What began as a quest to get his money back and pay off his tuition becomes a whole new life, as Furst (seemingly) gains the admiration of Block and gets sucked into his offshore gambling empire. But as Furst finds out more about Block, and gets tangled up with criminals and the FBI all at once, he discovers that his life – rather than his money – is on the line.
Ultimately, “Runner Runner” fizzles a bit, and is neither as clever nor as thrilling as it seems to hope. The film focuses a bit too much on presenting a sexy image, and not quite enough on intelligent exposition or compelling circumstances, and the result feels a bit familiar, and a bit underwhelming.
That said, the two leads carry the movie to the extent that it does have entertainment value, and is watchable. Timberlake holds his own, despite being cast as a relatively unoriginal leading man, and Affleck steals the show with his calculating portrayal of a man who seems to have “gambled” his soul away.
“Runner Runner” is a bit more of a forgettable summer afternoon type of movie than a surprise fall hit – but if you like the lead actors, or if you’re just looking for some casual entertainment, it’s worth a watch.