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Justin Timberlake
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Timberlake at the 83rd Academy Awards in February 2011.
Background information
Birth name Justin Randall Timberlake
Born January 31, 1981 (1981-01-31) (age 39)
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Origin Shelby Forest, Tennessee, United States
Genres Pop, dance, R&B
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, musician, record producer, dancer, actor
Instruments Vocals, keyboards, guitar, beatboxing
Years active 1992–present
Labels Jive
Associated acts 'N Sync, The Y's, Beyoncé, Rihanna, T.I., Timbaland, 50 Cent, Nelly Furtado, T-Pain

Justin Randall Timberlake (born January 31, 1981)[1] is an American pop musician and actor. Timberlake first became famous when he appeared in the television series Mickey Mouse Club and later when he was part of the Grammy Award-winning boy band *NSYNC. He started his own career as a solo musician in 2002 and has recorded three albums, Justified, FutureSex/LoveSounds, and The 20/20 Experience.

Early life

Timberlake was born in Memphis, Tennessee, to Randall Timberlake and Lynn Harless (née Bomar).[2] Timberlake's ancestors were British.[3] He was raised in the Baptist religion.[4] His parents divorced in 1985. He grew up in Millington, Tennessee, a small town north of Memphis.

In 1993, Timberlake joined the The Mickey Mouse Club.[5] The show ended in 1994. Late in 1995 Timberlake was recruited for an all-male singing group organized by boy band manager Lou Pearlman[6] that eventually became 'N Sync.

Music career

1995–2002: 'N Sync

Timberlake and JC Chasez were the two lead singers of the popular 1990s boy band 'N Sync.[7] The group formed in 1995, started its career 1996 in Europe, and hit it big in the United States in 1998 with the US release of its debut album *NSYNC, which sold 11 million copies.[8] The album included a number of hit singles such as "Tearin' Up My Heart." For the next two years, encouraged by similar developments with the Backstreet Boys, 'N Sync engaged in a lengthy legal battle with manager Lou Pearlman. Eventually the band signed with Jive Records.[9] 'N Sync released a long-awaited album, No Strings Attached, in March 2000, which became the fastest-selling album of all time with 2.4 million copies sold in its first week[10] and produced a #1 single, "It's Gonna Be Me". The release was followed by the band's third album, Celebrity, which held the title of the second-fastest selling album of all time. In 2002, after the completion of a Celebrity Tour and the release of "Girlfriend," the third single from Celebrity, the group decided to take time off, at which point Timberlake began work on his first solo album and the group went into a hiatus. In its lifetime, 'N Sync was internationally famous and performed at the Academy Awards,[11] the Olympics,[12] and the Super Bowl,[13] as well as selling more than 50 million copies worldwide,[14] becoming the third-best selling boy band in history.[15]

During late 1999, Timberlake made his acting debut in the Disney Channel movie Model Behavior, in which he played Jason Sharpe, a model who falls in love with a waitress after mistaking her for another model. It was released on March 12, 2000.[16]

As a member of 'N Sync, Timberlake developed into a major celebrity in his own right in addition to achieving respect as a musician, since he was the writer or co-writer of all three singles from Celebrity. The rise of his own stardom and the general decline in the popularity of boy bands led to a continuation of 'N Sync's hiatus, although the group has never officially disbanded. Band member Lance Bass has stated that he believes the group is finished,[17] and is openly critical of Timberlake's actions in his memoir Out of Sync. On the other hand, Chris Kirkpatrick remarked in August 2008 that the five remain friends, and he believed a reunion was possible:[18] he repeated that opinion in October 2009.[19] In September 2008, Bass also made conciliatory comments.[20]

2002–04: Justified and Super Bowl

See also: Justified and Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy

In August 2002, after months of recording Justified, his debut solo album, Timberlake performed at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards, where he premiered his first single, "Like I Love You," a sparse dance track produced by The Neptunes.[21] The song reached number eleven on the Billboard Hot 100.[22] Following the single, Timberlake released Justified on November 5, 2002.[23] The album sold fewer copies than previous 'N Sync efforts. It debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 album chart, selling 439,000 copies in its first week of release. It eventually went on to sell more than three million copies in the U.S. and more than seven million copies worldwide.[24] The album also received critical acclaim, thanks to its heavy R&B influence provided by hip-hop producers The Neptunes and Timbaland.[25] It spun off hits throughout late 2002 and 2003, including the top ten singles "Cry Me a River" and "Rock Your Body."[22] Timberlake supported the album by co-headlining the Justified/Stripped Tour with Christina Aguilera in the summer of 2003.[26] At the end of the year, Timberlake recorded a song entitled "I'm Lovin' It." It was used by McDonald's as the theme to its "I'm Lovin' It" campaign. The deal with McDonald's earned Timberlake an estimated $6 million. A tour entitled Justified and Lovin' It Live was included with the deal as well.[27] Timberlake was featured on Nelly's song, "Work It", which was remixed and included on Nelly's 2003 remix album.[28]

In February 2004, during the halftime show of the Super Bowl XXXVIII broadcast on the CBS television network, Timberlake performed with Janet Jackson before a television audience of more than 140 million viewers. At the end of the performance, as the song drew to a close, Timberlake tore off a part of Jackson's black leather costume in a "costume reveal" meant to accompany a portion of the song lyrics. According to CBS, "both Jackson and Timberlake had confirmed they planned it 'independently and clandestinely' without informing anyone."[29] Part of the costume detached, and Jackson's was briefly exposed.[30] Timberlake apologized for the incident, stating he was "sorry that anyone was offended by the wardrobe malfunction during the halftime performance of the Super Bowl...."[31] The phrase "wardrobe malfunction" has since been used by the media to refer to the incident and has entered pop culture.[32] As a result of the controversy, Timberlake and Jackson were threatened with exclusion from the 2004 Grammy Awards unless they agreed to apologize on screen at the event.[33] Timberlake attended and issued a scripted apology when accepting the first of two Grammy Awards he received that night (Best Pop Vocal Album for Justified and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Cry Me a River").[34] He had also been nominated for Album of the Year for Justified, Record of the Year for "Cry Me a River", and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Where Is the Love?" with The Black Eyed Peas.[35]

2004–06: Collaborations and acting

After the Super Bowl controversy, Timberlake put his recording career on hold to act in several movies, having starred in a few feature movies earlier in his music career.[5] The first role he took during this time was as a journalist in the thriller Edison Force, which was filmed in 2004 and received a direct-to-video release on July 18, 2006.[36] He also appeared in the movies Alpha Dog, Black Snake Moan, Richard Kelly's Southland Tales, and voiced Prince Artie Pendragon in the animated movie Shrek the Third, released on May 18, 2007.[37] He also appeared as a young Elton John, in the video for John's song "This Train Don't Stop There Anymore".[38] Timberlake was considered to play the role of Roger Davis in the movie version of the rock musical Rent, but director Chris Columbus had insisted that only the original Broadway members could convey the true meaning of Rent.[39]

He continued to record with other artists. After "Where Is the Love?", he again collaborated with the Black Eyed Peas on the 2005 track "My Style" from their album Monkey Business.[40] When recording the 2005 single "Signs" with Snoop Dogg, Timberlake discovered a throat condition.[41] Nodules were subsequently removed from his throat in an operation that took place on May 5, 2005.[42] He was advised not to sing or speak loudly for at least a few months.[43] In the summer of 2005, Timberlake started his own record company, JayTee Records.[44]

Timberlake made a cameo in the video for Nelly Furtado and Timbaland's single "Promiscuous", released on May 3, 2006.

2006–07: FutureSex/LoveSounds

Timberlake at a concert in St. Paul, Minnesota (2007)

Timberlake released his second solo album, FutureSex/LoveSounds, on September 12, 2006.[45] The album, which Timberlake created in 2005, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 album chart, selling 684,000 copies its first week.[45] It is the biggest album for pre-orders on iTunes, and beat Coldplay's record for the biggest one-week sales of a digital album.[46] The album was produced by Timbaland and Danja (who produced a bulk of the album),, Rick Rubin and Timberlake himself, and features guest vocals by Snoop Dogg, Three 6 Mafia, T.I. and[47] A studio representative described it as being "all about sexiness" and aiming for "an adult feel".[42]

The album's lead single, "Back", was performed by Timberlake at the opening of the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, where it remained for seven consecutive weeks.[48] "My Love", the album's second single, also produced by Timbaland and featuring rapper T.I., reached number one on the Hot 100, as did third single "What Goes Around.../...Comes Around Interlude". The song is reported to have been inspired by the break-up of his childhood friend and business partner, Trace Ayala, with actress Elisha Cuthbert.[49] In October 2006, Timberlake said that he would focus on his music career rather than his movie roles, specifying that leaving the music industry would be a "dumb thing to do at this point".[48] He was the special guest performer at the 2006 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show for being where he sang Back. In January 2007, Timberlake embarked on the FutureSex/LoveShow tour. "Summer Love/Set the Mood Prelude" was the fourth U.S. single off the album, and the next single in the UK was "LoveStoned/I Think She Knows Interlude". The song "Give It to Me", a Timbaland single on which Timberlake guests with Nelly Furtado, reached the Hot 100 number-one spot.[50]

In February 2008, Timberlake was awarded two Grammy Awards. At the 50th Grammy Awards Ceremony, Timberlake won the Male Pop Performance Award for "What Goes Around...Comes Around", and the Dance Recording Award for "LoveStoned/I Think She Knows".[51]

2007–12: Collaborations and acting

In April 2007, Timberlake was seen entering a London studio with Madonna, thus confirming rumors that he was collaborating with her.[52] A song "4 Minutes", was first played by Timbaland at Philadelphia's Jingle Ball on December 17, 2007.[53] When released on March 17, 2008, "4 Minutes" was revealed to be a duet between Timberlake and Madonna, with backing vocals by Timbaland. It was lead single from Madonna's eleventh studio album Hard Candy, which featured four other song-writing collaborations with Timberlake. The single was an international hit, and topped the charts in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, and reached the Top 5 in Austria, France, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand and the United States. Timberlake also appears in the music video, which was directed by Jonas & François. On March 30, 2008, Timberlake performed the song at Madonna's Hard Candy Promo Show at Roseland Ballroom in New York City.[54] On November 6, 2008, Timberlake performed the song with Madonna on the Los Angeles stop of her Sticky & Sweet Tour.[55]

Around June 2007 Timberlake co-wrote, produced and provided vocals for the songs "Nite Runner" and "Falling Down" for Duran Duran's album Red Carpet Massacre, released on November 13, 2007. "Falling Down" had been released as a single in the UK on the previous day.[56]

Also in 2007, Timberlake made an appearance on 50 Cent's third album, Curtis. Timberlake, along with Timbaland, is featured on a track called "Ayo Technology", which was the album's fourth single. Also, another possible collaboration was to occur with Lil Wayne for his album Tha Carter III with Nelly Furtado and Timbaland.[57]

With the wrapping up of the FutureSex/LoveSounds tour of Australasia and the Middle East in November 2007, Timberlake resumed his movie career. Projects underway early in 2008 were starring roles in Mike Myers' comedy The Love Guru (released June 20, 2008) and Mike Meredith's drama The Open Road (released August 28, 2009). In March 2008 it was announced that he was be an executive producer in an American adaptation of the hit Peruvian comedy My Problem with Women for NBC.[58]

On November 20, 2008, TV Guide reported that Timberlake’s next single, "Follow My Lead", which also featured vocals by Timberlake’s protégée, former YouTube star Esmee Denters, would be available for exclusive download through MySpace. All proceeds would go to Shriners Hospitals for Children, a charity dedicated to improving pediatric care for sick children.[59]

In 2008 a collaboration between Timberlake and T.I., "Dead and Gone" featured on T.I.'s sixth studio album, Paper Trail, and was released as its fourth single late in 2009. In November 2008, it was confirmed that Timberlake would make a guest appearance and produce some tracks on R&B/pop singer Ciara's upcoming album Fantasy Ride due out May 5, 2009. Timberlake featured on Ciara's second single "Love Sex Magic", the video being shot on February 20, 2009.[60] The single became a worldwide hit, reaching the top ten in numerous countries and peaking at number one in several countries including Taiwan, India, and Turkey. The single is now nominated for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 52nd Grammy Awards.

Timberlake and his production team The Y's, along with Mike Elizondo, produced and co-wrote the song "Don't Let Me Down" for Leona Lewis's second studio album, Echo, released (in the US) on November 17, 2009.

Timberlake also co-wrote and performed on "Carry Out," the third single from Timbaland's album Shock Value II, released on December 1, 2009.[61]

2013 - present: Return to music

In June 2012 Timberlake began working on a new album, The 20/20 Experience.[62] It was released on 19 March 2013.[63] The album came top of the Irish charts in the first week.[64] The single "Mirrors" was nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance at the 2014 Grammy Awards.[65]

Personal life

Timberlake had a relationship with Britney Spears when they met at the Mickey Mouse Club. This relationship gained high public attention. It ended suddenly in 2002 when Timberlake claimed that Spears cheated on him with choreographer Wade Robson.

Later in 2002, he dated actress-dancer Jenna Dewan and actress-singer Alyssa Milano. In April 2003, he started dating actress Cameron Diaz after they met at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards. There were many rumors afterwards that the two broke up. He stated on December 16, 2006 on Saturday Night Live that they had split up.

In 2007, it was revealed that he had a romantic relationship with actress Jessica Biel. They married in 2012.[66]

In 2008, Timberlake stated that he has attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder.[67]

Movie career

Timberlake also works in the movie industry. He is the voice of King Arthur in animated movie Shrek the Third. He is also in the movies Alpha Dog and Black Snake Moan. In 2008, he acted in movie "The Love Guru".




Concert tours


As main artist

List of singles as main artist, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
"Like I Love You" 2002 11 8 11 4 16 5 5 6 2 Justified
"Cry Me a River" 3 2 2 11 13 3 7 11 2
"Rock Your Body" 2003 5 1 3 25 4 2 4 2
"Señorita" 27 6 19 13 51 15 8 4 13
"I'm Lovin' It" 50 15 13 28 N/A
rowspan="3"| 2006 1 1 1 2 1 1 5 1 1
  • RIAA: 3× Platinum[78]
  • ARIA: Platinum[80]
  • MC: 3× Platinum[81]
  • RIANZ: Platinum[82]
"My Love"
(featuring T.I.)
1 3 3 4 4 12 1 2
  • RIAA: Platinum[78]
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[83]
  • RIANZ: Platinum[82]
"What Goes Around... Comes Around" 1 3 3 3 5 6 6 3 4
"LoveStoned" 2007 17 11 5 12 5 12 5 17 11
"The Only Promise That Remains"
(with Reba McEntire)
[a] Reba: Duets
"Until the End of Time"
(duet with Beyoncé)
17 30 49 31 FutureSex/LoveSounds
"Summer Love" 6 8 39 15
"Carry Out"
(with Timbaland)
2009 11 58 7 3 19 15 6 Shock Value II
"Suit & Tie"
(featuring Jay-Z)
2013 3 9 3 1 25 16 10 14 3 The 20/20 Experience
"Mirrors" 2 10 4 4 2 5 7 7 1
"Tunnel Vision" [b]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist

List of singles as featured artist, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
"Work It"
(Nelly featuring Justin Timberlake)
2003 68 14 13 11 17 7 Nellyville
(Snoop Dogg featuring Charlie Wilson and Justin Timberlake)
2005 46 1 3 2 3 4 2 R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta)
"Dick in a Box"
(The Lonely Island featuring Justin Timberlake)
2006 61 82 Incredibad
"Give It to Me"
(Timbaland featuring Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake)
2007 1 16 1 3 2 7 2 1 Shock Value
"Ayo Technology"
(50 Cent featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland)
5 10 12 3 3 17 1 2 Curtis
"4 Minutes"
(Madonna featuring Justin Timberlake)
2008 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 Hard Candy
"Can't Believe It Remix"
(T-Pain featuring Justin Timberlake)
"Dead and Gone"
(T.I. featuring Justin Timberlake)
2009 2 4 3 7 3 22 2 4 Paper Trail
"Love Sex Magic"
(Ciara featuring Justin Timberlake)
10 5 6 7 4 26 6 5 Fantasy Ride
"Love Dealer"
(Esmée Denters featuring Justin Timberlake)
2010 12 68 Outta Here
"Ain't No Doubt About It"[101]
(Game featuring Justin Timberlake)
(Jamie Foxx featuring T.I. and Justin Timberlake)
28 23 37 Best Night of My Life
(The Lonely Island featuring Justin Timberlake)
2011 [c] Turtleneck & Chain
"3-Way (The Golden Rule)"
(The Lonely Island featuring Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga)
[d] The Wack Album
"Role Model"[104]
(FreeSol featuring Justin Timberlake)
No Rules
(FreeSol featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.
  1. "The Only Promise That Remains" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 5 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[85]
  2. "Tunnel Vision" failed to enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 11 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
  3. "Motherlover" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 23 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[102]
  4. "3-Way (The Golden Rule)" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 3 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart, which acts as a 25-song extension to the Hot 100.[103]


Year Movie Role Notes
2000 Longshot Valet
Model Behavior Jason Sharpe TV Movie
2001 On the Line Make-up artist Uncredited cameo
2005 Edison Josh Pollack
2006 Alpha Dog Frankie Ballenbacher
Black Snake Moan Ronnie
2007 Shrek the Third Artie Pendragon Voice role
Southland Tales Pvt Pilot Abilene
2008 The Love Guru Jacques "Le Coq" Grande
2009 The Open Road Carlton Garrett
2010 Shrek Forever After Artie Pendragon Voice role
The Social Network Sean Parker Set for release October 1
Yogi Bear Boo-Boo Bear Set for release December 17
Year Title Role Notes
1993–1995 The Mickey Mouse Club himself
1999 Touched by an Angel Street performer "Voice of an Angel"
2005–2009 Saturday Night Live Several roles Three episodes


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