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Aug. 23rd, 2013
Justin Timberlake knows a thing or two about making a good video.
“SexyBack”? Totally Sexy. “Rock Your Body”? Fun with light bulbs! “Cry Me a River”? The best eff you to an ex of all time!
But on Sunday night, when Timberlake receives the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the MTV Video Music Awards, it’ll be his costar in a different kind of video who presents him with the honor.
Jimmy Fallon, whose “The History of Rap” skits on his late-night show immediately go viral, will be the man handing Timberlake his Moonman on Sunday.
And who knows, maybe ‘NSYNC will show up, too!
Past recipients of the Vanguard award include the Beastie Boys, Madonna and Britney Spears.
Jul. 16th, 2013
Pictures of Justin and Trace appearing in Toronto for a William Rast show on Tuesday have been added to the gallery:
Jul. 16th, 2013
Justin Timberlake put out an official statement defending the title of his latest song, “Take Back The Night.”
The single, which dropped last week and is featured on The 20/20 Experience-2 of 2, shares a title with the Take Back the Night Foundation, a group that looks to create safe communities and respectful relationships through awareness events and initiatives.
“Upon the release of my new single ‘Take Back The Night’, I was made aware of an organization of the same name called The Take Back The Night Foundation,” Timberlake wrote in an official statement obtained by Radio.com today (June 15). “I wanted to take this opportunity to let all know that neither my song nor its lyrics have any association with the organization.”
For over 35 years in the United States, Take Back The Night has been focused on eliminating sexual violence in all forms. In the last decade, thousands of colleges and universities have created their own chapters as a way of keeping students protected against sexual violence.
“As I’ve learned more about The Take Back The Night Foundation, I’m moved by its efforts to stop violence against women, create safe communities and encourage respectful relationships for women–Something we all should rally around,” he said. “It is my hope that this coincidence will bring more awareness to this cause.”
Katie Koestner, Board Director of Take Back The Night, hopes that this debacle will also bring more light to her cause. In an interview with Radio.com today (July 15) following the release of Timberlake’s statement, she explained that because the organization trademarked their name back in 1973, entities looking to use the name must check in with them first.
On Friday (July 12), the organization’s legal department sent Timberlake a letter explaining to him what it is that they do and also expressed some dismay over the song’s lyrics. Koestner said her, along with organization, have no problem with songs that speak about sex, as long as it is consensual, citing a statistic that one in four women will be sexually assaulted in their lifetime. Left up to interpretation, lyrics like “The way you move, you go crazy, that’s incentive for me,” can cross the line from being sexy to dangerous. “We’re not anti-sex,” Koestner explained. “We’re anti-sexual assault.”
While Koestner was saddened to hear Timberlake hadn’t heard of her organization, she took it as a sign that Take Back The Night needed to work harder to get their name out there. “It’s a really important issue that needs to gain visibility,” she said. “We need to shed light on it.”
Her hope is that the organization will be able to gain notoriety among stars of Timberlake’s caliber, who can send the message, not just in a statement, but on a regular basis to their fanbase.
“In an ideal world, our pop culture icons will speak out more about healthy relationships in front of large groups of people or on Twitter,” Koestner said. “But I’ll start with a sentence.”
Jul. 13th, 2013
Listen to Justin’s new song, Take Back the Night, which was released yesterday! What do you think?
Jul. 6th, 2013
Jul. 1st, 2013
Justin performed at the BET Awards last night in Los Angeles – tons of HQ’s have been added to the gallery:
Jun. 16th, 2013
Apr. 25th, 2013
All together now: Awwww! Justin Timberlake gushed about married life with Jessica Biel to Ellen DeGeneres on her eponymous talk show on Thursday, April 25.
Noting that Biel, 31, recently admitted she loves “being able to say ‘my husband’,” DeGeneres asked the “Suit and Tie” crooner, 32, what he likes most about his wife and their six-months-strong marriage. “I don’t know,” Timberlake began.
“Every once in a while I can catch a glimpse of her when she doesn’t see me looking, and I have this moment where I’m like, ‘If you never make a good decision . . . if you only make bad decisions for the rest of your life. You made one really good decision.’”
After nearly four years of dating, the couple tied the knot last October in southern Italy at an intimate but star-studded bash. Continued Timberlake: “Because she’s just like . . . it’s nice to marry your friend. It’s nice to marry your best friend. It suits me.”
DeGeneres agreed: “Yes, it does. It does suit you. I’m very happy for you.”
The couple’s most recent joint appearance was this past Monday, where Biel was Timberlake’s companion at the Time 100 Gala in NYC; the magazine honored the singer-actor in its annual list of most Influential People in the World.
Back in November, Biel similarly gushed to DeGeneres about newlywed life. “It’s weird because it feels like almost nothing has changed, yet something that you can’t really describe, or something that isn’t tangible, has changed . . . It just feels incredible.”
Apr. 23rd, 2013