Poor JT and Jess were looking a bit grumpy when they were caught by the paparazzi at LAX – but I guess it comes with the territory!
It seems they were at the airport catching a departing flight for the London shows next week.
They were clearly a little annoyed as they were waiting for an elevator at the airport, Justin makes fun of them by saying “Exciting stuff, huh?”, which I thought was amusing.
They then ask such a stupid question “Any comments on Gwyneth Paltrow’s divorce, and any tips on a good relationship”. JT laughs it off and wishes them a good day as he enters the elevator.
Update: We’ve added more than 100 pictures to the gallery. Check them out below:
Justin and Jessica have been vacationing in Barbados these last few days.
They were spotted having some serious fun on a yatch in the exotic island. The pictures are amazing and some of them are extremely sexy. Check them out below:
So whilst 1 minute of the music video for Not A Bad Thing is set to be aired on Ellen today, Justin has already released the full video to Ellen’s website for all to see!
In true Justin style, he has surprised us all and this whole video for his love song is based on a real life, current love story. The video depicts 2 documentary makers trying to find a couple in which the male proposed to his girlfriend on a train, whilst playing out ‘Not A Bad Thing’.
It’s not a surprise to me that he isn’t actually in the video given his heavy tour schedule etc. and whilst this is a disappointment, I think this is another display of his creative thinking and suits the song perfectly!
Justin is set to let his good friend Ellen DeGeneres air a World Exclusive one minute preview of the video for Not A Bad Thing live on her show this thursday, and then the video will be available exclusively on EllenTV.com for a short time after too! Very ‘generes’ of him!! (sorry for the bad joke!)
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”!
There was high demand for tickets for the Australian leg of the tour. All the current dates are completely sold out so Justin added more dates in the same cities. For those who werent able to get tickets, there’s still chance. Check out the new dates below:
19 September 2014: The 20/20 Experience World Tour, Adelaide (AUS)
23 Septembrer 2014: The 20/20 Experience World Tour, Brisbane (AUS)
27 October 2014: The 20/20 Experience World Tour, Sidney (AUS)
2 October 2014: The 20/20 Experience World Tour, Perth (AUS)
9 October 2014: The 20/20 Experience World Tour, Perth (AUS)
Check out JustinTimberlake.com to see all the Australian dates
Billboard ranks the highest-paid musicians of the past year.
Who makes the biggest bucks in music? Billboard’s annual Money Makers ranking of the top earners is more than a little bit country (Taylor storms in at No. 1), with plenty of hip-hop and a whole lot of rock’n’roll (Stones! Eagles! Mumford!).
#3 Justin Timberlake
2013 Earnings: $31,463,297.03
After taking a seven-year break from music, Justin Timberlake returned in explosive fashion in 2013, releasing his first album since 2006 and touring stadiums both by himself and with Jay Z (see tour photos). To say that Timberlake’s fans responded vigorously would be an understatement. Led by “The 20/20 Experience,” the 33-year-old singer-turned-actor generated more than 2 million physical copies.
The artist particularly impressed with digital sales, collecting more than $5 million in royalties from albums, tracks and streaming. At radio, “Suit & Tie” generated the highest first-week plays in Billboard’s Mainstream Top 40 chart history. JT delivered on ticket sales, too. His Legends of the Summer trek with Jay Z generated $60 million from a dozen shows. On his own, he grossed $43 million and performed in front of nearly 1 million fans between two legs and 39 shows.
To celebrate the addition of Australian dates to the 20/20 experience world tour, Im gonna feature 2 Aussie guys as fans of the month. They are both very passionate JT fans. Check out their stories by clicking each tab below:
Location: Perth, Australia
Favorite hobbies: I live and breathe music so most of my hobbies revolve around it, I’m a concert junkie so whenever I’m at a show whether it be a pop spectacle or at a club watching a DJ is when I’m truly happy
Have you met JT? Yes I had the pleasure of meeting him in 2007 at the FutureSex/LoveShow. When he came to Australia he donated $100,000 to the Australia Zoo and also ran a bunch of charity auctions for backstage passes and I was the winning bidder and took my sister with me who is also a massive JT fan. We got a backstage tour and also got to watch his soundcheck, after the soundcheck he came down from the stage to greet us and take a picture, he was super nice. The next night I attended the show again and he recognized me in the sexyback lounge and gave me that ‘hey I know you’ look
How many JT/Nsync concerts have you attended: I have seen him 7 times, once for the Justifed tour and 6 times for the FutureSex/LoveShow
Your favorite JT song: Too hard to pick a favorite but one that always stands out for me is ‘Losing My Way’, it helped me get through a dark time in my life a few years ago and it always inspires me when I’m feeling down
Your favorite JT album: FutureSex/LoveSounds. Its not only my favorite JT album but also one of my all time favorite, 2nd only to Xtina’s ‘Stripped’
Your favorite JT movie: its a tie between Alpha Dog and Friends With Benefits
Describe JT in 3 words: President of Pop
Your favorite JT feature: His eyes
Dream collaboration: Christina Aguilera. They are my King and Queen and there is nothing I want more than for them to do a song together, to be honest I’ll probably spontaneously combust if it happens.
A photo of your most personal/valuable / rare JT item: My most valuable item would probably be my photo with him, its blown up and framed and hanging on my bedroom wall and its one of the first things I look at every morning when I get out of bed. Its a constant reminder that dreams really do come true and if you are passionate and dedicated towards something anything is possible. Also during the whole backstage experience they let us go into his room while he wasn’t there and take pictures and look around and thats something most people don’t really ever get the chance to do so I have attached some of those pictures too and a few pictures from the sound check.
Click each image below to see them in bigger size:
Jonathan took it to the next level and answered the questions in video form. He is a very talented guy that has done fan made videos for several JT songs:
Check out his incredible fan made videos for “Gimme What I dont Know I want” and “Take Back the night” below: