Happy 30th Birthday Justin Timberlake!!!!

Today is a very special day. 30 years ago today an incredibly super talented star was born. That’s right guys. Justin is turning the big 30!!! It’s so surreal isn’t it ? It feels like yesterday when he was 20 and we were all singing along to Nsync. Good times!!

Timberlake-justin.com teamed up with some fans to create a little tribute video to celebrate the
big ocassion.

Thanks to everyone who submitted pictures and videos for the special. I’m no pro at these things but I hope you guys enjoy it:

Unfortunately youtube copyrighted my video and its not available on certain countries around the world, so I made another version with some minor changes on the audio:

I also added the original sized artworks to the gallery. Click here to see them


Justin, we are very proud of everything you have achieved so far and we hope you have a bright
future ahead in both your career and personal life. Happy 30th Birthday!

If you guys are on twitter. Make sure to tweet Justin a Happy Birthday wish at @jtimberlake and also tweet “HappyBdayTimberlake” , we are trying to make that tag a Trending Topic =)

At 30, Justin Timberlake’s Career Continues to Rise

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – He’s ascended to the highest ranks of music and pop culture, but now at the age of 30, Millington native Justin Timberlake shows no signs his career is peaking.

It could have been dismissed as one of the cuddly cute child performances you’d expect from an entrant chosen in Memphis for the wildly popular pre-American Idol talent extravaganza known as “Star Search.” Except young Justin Randall, as he was known then, a pre-teen, showed the kind of poise even older performers could only dream of having. Now 30 years old, Justin Timberlake is the embodiment of an old entertainment tradition self-molded into a versatile 21st century superstar performer.

“[It's] that kind of all around entertainer that we were used to seeing, 25, 30, 40 years ago, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, and I think for Timberlake that serves him well having that kind of… well, having that kind of background,” observed Commercial Appeal music critic Bob Mehr. “I also the way he comes across, there’s a kind of ease with his celebrity.”

With millions in record sales, sold out concert tours, acclaimed television appearances either as a host or guest, movie roles, his own record label, his own clothing line, the Millington native turns toward the second decade of his entertainment career near the top of the heap. He’s done it by shrewdly mixing his own entertainment savvy with a grasp on the pulse of every aspect of technology and the social network it’s created worldwide.

“I think that Justin has come up with a way to pull today’s current internet technology and social media into the older model of the CD release and the big record deal,” said Ralph Sutton, a music producer with the Stax Foundation.

“He always seems like everything he does is the right move,” added John Hornyak, Executive Director for Memphis NARAS. “It’s always really hip with the new music he comes with or the things he associates himself with, the movie roles he takes.”

But, music pundits warn any comparisons of Timberlake at 30 to say, Elvis, who at 30 had reached his movie peak with the movie release Viva Las Vegas the year before, or Jerry Lee Lewis who at 30 was finding his name more on the country rather than rock charts, would be an apples to oranges debate of styles and times.

However, it’s sustaining through the ups and downs his predecessors experienced which may provide Timberlake with valuable lessons on career longevity.

“The perception of Elvis and Jerry Lee having sort of gone down, but then they came back up. I think it’s different. It’s important to maintain a level. I think it’s important to do that,” said Mehr.

“Somebody with a skill set like Justin Timberlake, he’s going to be able to do both. He’ll be able to be a good executive and then he’ll also continue to be a really good entertainer,” said Sutton.

source: myfoxmemphis

Justin’s cleveland episode airing Feb 20

The wait is nearly over for Justin Timberlake’s anticipated debut on ‘The Cleveland Show‘. Confirmed Monday, Timberlake will guest voice Sunday, February 20.

Timberlake, voicing the boyfriend of Terry, a friend of Cleveland, will guest-voice on an episode titled “Terry Unmarried”

“Cleveland makes two huge discoveries in his personal life. First, he finds out that Donna never legally divorced her ex-husband, so she and Cleveland are not legally married. Then, he discovers that his best friend Terry (Jason Sudeikis) is gay and has been dating a guy named Paul (guest voice Timberlake),” reports FOX. “In light of these new developments, Cleveland, Donna, Terry and Paul decide to go to Vermont and have a double wedding ceremony.”

‘The Cleveland Show,’ Terry Unmarried,’ premieres Sunday, February 20 at 9:30pm ET/PT (FOX).

source: examiner

SAG Awards coverage

I started adding pictures of Justin  at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. He was interviewed by Giuliana from e! so hopefully we will have the video soon. In the meantime enjoy the pictures:

Picture SAGS

Click here

Update: Here is his interview with Giuliana

Here is a video of Justin and his co-stars introducing the movie at the ceremony. Thanks WOJ

Timberlake-justin.com bday project (You still have time!!!!)


I wanted to try and make something special for Justin’s birthday and I need all of you guys to be part of it. This is what you need to do:

Film yourself wishing Justin Timberlake a very Happy 30th Birthday. You can also sing your favorite JT song, say something special to him, do a d!ck in a box tribute or parody. Anything counts as long as you are creative.

You can also send pics with a birthday message, a graphic design, etc.

Deadline to send all your stuff is Sunday Jan 30 at 11:59 PM EST. Send everything to timberlake_justinfans@hotmail.com

Year’s top film stars to appear on SAG Awards

The Screen Actors Guild Awards just got even more star-studded.

Executive Producer Jeff Margolis says Amy Adams, Annette Bening, Helena Bonham Carter, Jesse Eisenberg, Colin Firth, Andrew Garfield, Armie Hammer, Mila Kunis, Natalie Portman, Mark Ruffalo, Geoffrey Rush, Justin Timberlake and Mark Wahlberg will introduce their nominated films at Sunday’s ceremony.

They’ll join previously announced presenters Alec Baldwin, Jason Bateman, Jeff Bridges, Rosario Dawson, Josh Duhamel, Jon Hamm, Angie Harmon, Nicole Kidman, Eva Longoria, Cory Monteith, Amy Poehler, Jeremy Renner, Hilary Swank, Sofia Vergara, Betty White and Robin Wright, among others.

The 17th annual SAG Awards will be presented Sunday at the Shrine Exhibition Center and broadcast live on TBS and TNT.

source: kansascity

Timberlake-justin.com bday project (Deadline extended)


I wanted to try and make something special for Justin’s birthday and I need all of you guys to be part of it. This is what you need to do:

Film yourself wishing Justin Timberlake a very Happy 30th Birthday. You can also sing your favorite JT song, say something special to him, do a d!ck in a box tribute or parody. Anything counts as long as you are creative.

You can also send pics with a birthday message, a graphic design, etc.

Deadline to send all your stuff is Saturday Jan 29 at 11:59 PM EST. Send everything to timberlake_justinfans@hotmail.com

Justin Timberlake at 30: From Teen Dream to Leading Man

See how the birthday boy (Jan. 31) ditched the curls to become a singing, acting, designing phenomenon



Hey, cowboy! Memphis, Tenn., native Justin Timberlake – who turns 30 on Jan. 31 – is only 11 when he auditions for Star Search in 1992, performing Alan Jackson’s “Love’s Got a Hold On Me” under the name Justin Randall. Timberlake passes the audition, but loses the competition.

Take a trip down memory lane and remember all the memorable moments in Justin’s life (Click here)

SAG Awards 2011 Seating Assignments

On the evening of Jan. 19, EW exclusively went where no press outlet had been been before: to the meeting where Screen Actors Guild Awards producers decided who sits where during the glitzy show, airing live on TBS and TNT this Sunday, Jan. 30. EW watched the SAG team figure out where to put 716 folks (mostly large, boldfaced casts from the nominated movies and TV shows) on the ballroom floor of the Shrine Exposition Center. How do they decide where everyone sits? “We try to be fair,” explains producer Kathy Connell. “If people were all the way in the back last year, we’re going to try to move them up this year. And vice versa.” Here are some tidbits from the night’s decisions:

• The Social Network: With a star-studded cast — Jessie Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Rooney Mara, Max Minghella, and Justin Timberlake — Network gets a prime spot right up front, to the left of the stage. Producers decided to put presenter and SNL alum Amy Poehler at the same table so she could be near fave SNL host Timberlake. Minghella is attending with actress Kate Mara (127 Hours), sister of Network‘s Rooney Mara.

For a full breakdown of where the stars will be sitting at this Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards — including deets on where Natalie Portman and her Black Swan cohorts will be, and why Mariska Hargitay, Hilary Swank, and Hugh Laurie are all sitting together — pick up the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, on stands Friday, Jan. 28. (The SAG Awards will be simulcast live on TBS and TNT at 8 p.m. ET.)

source: EW

Justin on Jessie J’s debut album ?

Jessie J

Jessie J is a british singer/songwriter who worked with Justin last year on tracks from her debut album “Who you are” set to be released on April 12.

The tracklisting for the album was recently revealed and by the looks of it, it doesn’t feature a collaboration with Justin, BUT the video below hints he will probably have a cameo in one of the songs.

Check her out working with producer James Fauntleroy at the 5:39 mark on a song where Justin is  “trying to move your a$$ girl”.

This song sounds very hot. Hopefully it make the cut on the album. Thanks mistertimberlakejustin for finding the video