They’re both men at the top of their game, so it’s no wonder Justin Timberlake and Aaron Paul are all about hanging out together.
On Thursday morning (June 5) the “Cry Me A River” crooner took to his Twitter account with a message referencing Paul’s “Breaking Bad” character.
As one of the most romantic pop stars on the planet, Justin Timberlake knows a thing or two about true love.
And for his new “Not a Bad Thing” music video, the handsome crooner invited his fans to submit photos and video of their own relationships to be included in the final cut.
He’s an avid world traveler and tourist, so when Justin Timberlake ended up in Jerusalem on his current 20/20 Experience Tour, he paid a visit to the Western Wall.
The “Cry Me A River” singer took a photo at the holy site ahead of his gig in Tel Aviv and captioned the shot, “The Holy Land… What an experience. I will never forget this day. #Israel.”
It’s a day of celebration and remembrance in the USA and today (May 26) even celebrities are giving it up for our troops for the Memorial Day holiday.
The Twitterverse is chock full of encouraging messages from various famous folks, giving thanks for freedom as well as the men and women who have fought to keep us safe.
Adding another shiny reminder of his success to his collection, Justin Timberlake scored the titled of Top Artist at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards last night (May 18).
The “Like I Love You” singer, who earlier won Top 200 Album for his 20/20 Experience, accepted his trophy via pre-recorded video as he’s overseas on tour at the moment.
We’re already loving the snappy tune, and now Justin Timberlake is giving fans more rhythmic fun with the music video for his single “Love Never Felt So Good” with Michael Jackson.
Teaming up with Ellen DeGeneres once again for an exclusive release, the hilarious host premiered the clip on her show Wednesday afternoon (May 14).
He is one of the hottest singer's around, and on Sunday (May 12) Justin Timberlake spoke about his journey to success on the season premiere of " Oprah's Master Class."
The "Suit & Tie" singer revealed how he always seeking new influences explaining, “to continue to learn from all the things that I’ve been lucky enough to do and to be thankful for it."
After breaking away from 'N Sync in the early 2000s, Justin Timberlake's solo career skyrocketed.
During his interview on “ Oprah's Master Class,” the “Sexy Back” singer explains that he found his inspiration to head off on his own from Michael Jackson.
In 2001, Justin originally wrote the boy band’s hit “Gone” for Jackson and stated that it was the first song he “king of cut” by himself.
With a little over a month until the big night, the 2014 Billboard Music Awards just unveiled the illustrious list of hopefuls.
Relative newcomers Lorde and Imagine Dragons are each up for 12 trophies, trailed by Justin Timberlake (11), Katy Perry (10) and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (8).
He loves to perform live, and Justin Timberlake will have 13 more opportunities to do just that thanks to a block of new dates just added to his 20/20 Experience World Tour.
The “Take Back the Night” crooner will travel across North America beginning November 20th, and tickets go on sale April 14th to the general public (April 8th for Tennessee Kids members).