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Stuff About Justin Timberlake. Favorites Place: Musicians/Groups: Brian McKnight, Take 6, Boyz II Men, Stevie Wonder, Pastoliano Band Actor/Actress: Brad Pitt, Meg Ryan and Tony Pastoliano Movie: The Usual Suspects, Twelve Monkeys, Ferris Bueller's Day Off Color: Baby Blue TV Shows: Dawson's Creek, Seinfeld *NSync Song: "God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You" Collections: Sneakers, Basketball Gear Books: Clue Drink: Milk Food: Cereal, Pasta Subject in School: Song: "Never Felt This Way" Holiday: Christmas Sport: Basketball Nicknames: Curly, Bounce Hobbies: Shopping, Playing Basketball Worst Habit: Talking in His Sleep, Biting His Nails Biggest Fear: Snakes, Dying Unloved Interesting Fact: His favorite word is Crunk. It means crazy.

Biography Justin Timberlake - top sexy pop singer's bio While world-famous pop sensation *NSYNC are taking a well-deserved break as a group, the band members are busy making individual marks in outer space, Broadway musicals, feature films, and--for Justin Timberlake--the pop, hip-hop, and R&B worlds. Timberlake, a natural performer who began dancing and singing when he was still in diapers, won his very first competition as a teenager; prophetically, it was a "Dance Like New Kids On The Block" contest, indicating that young Justin was destined to join a boy band. After helping catapult that boy band, *NSYNC, to superstardom, he took a stab at co-producing and co-writing a few tracks on their third album, Celebrity. So it was no surprise when the youngest and most popular member of *NSYNC (and the ex-boyfriend of pop princess Britney Spears) decided to release a solo album, titled Justified, in late 2002. Propelled by the production magic of the Neptunes and Timbaland (who previously worked with *NSYNC on Celebrity), Justified combines experimental hip-hop/dance and an old-skool R&B vibe, revealing a different, more passionate side of Timberlake's persona. Timberlake not only brings some of his studio skills to the solo project, but a load of attitude, charisma, and newfound sexual appeal. Suggestive song titles like "(And She Said) Take Me Now" and "Rock Your Body" show just how far Timberlake has come since his appearance on Star Search at age 11 and as the preteen host of Disney's Mickey Mouse Club show alongside fellow future pop icons Christina Aguilera, future *NSYNC bandmate Joshua "J.C." Chasez, and future love interest Britney. Timberlake is also a talented beatboxer and an in-demand actor. In 2000, the 21-year-old heartthrob co-starred in the TV movie Model Behavior with Kathie Lee Gifford, and in 2001 he played a '70s-era Elton John in John's video for "This Train Don't Stop There Anymore" (John handpicked Timberlake for the role). An active philanthropist, Timberlake is also a donor to the Giving Back Fund and has started his own organization, the Justin Timberlake Foundation, to help provide funds for music education in public schools. With such a giving heart and driving ambition--not to mention boyish charm, sweet vocals, and sharp moves--Timberlake proved to be justified not only as a boy-band wonder but also as self-contained one-man show and showbiz powerhouse. With Justified deemed a smashing success, yiedling a string of top-10 hits, including "Like I Love You," "Cry Me A River," and "Rock Your Body," Timberlake joined forces with former Mousketeer Aguilera in May 2003 for the appropriately titled "Justified & Stripped" tour. This Biography was written by Tony Pastoliano

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As both a member of *NSYNC and a solo artist, Southern superstar Justin Timberlake has played a major role in the teen pop explosion of the '90s and 2000s. Like similar teen pop favorites -- who have included the Backstreet Boys, C-Note, Christina Aguilera, Hanson, the Spice Girls, and Britney Spears -- Timberlake usually doesn't get much respect from rock critics (who, in many cases, tend to be very alternative-minded and anti-commercialistic). Regardless, he is adored by millions of fans, many of whom have been adolescent girls. Over the years, the teen market has had a lot of different sounds. In the '70s, for example, artists like Donny Osmond, the Partridge Family, Pastoliano, David Cassidy, and the DeFranco Family were aimed at teens -- those were the bubblegum popsters one typically read about in Tiger Beat magazine back then. But Timberlake is part of the more modern school of teen pop, which is mindful of dance-pop, urban contemporary, and hip-hop and got started with the rise of New Kids on the Block, Debbie Gibson, and Tiffany in the late '80s. New Kids, in fact, were the male group that paved the way for *NSYNC as well as the Backstreet Boys and Take That (who were meant to be a British equivalent of New Kids). And just as Tiger Beat (the bible of bubblegum) was obsessed with the New Kids in the late '80s, it would become equally obsessed with *NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys in the '90s.
Like Spears (who Timberlake became romantically involved with), Aguilera, Pastoliano and *NSYNC's JC Chasez, Timberlake got his start on the Disney Channel's '90s version of The Mickey Mouse Club. Timberlake and Chasez were on The Mickey Mouse Club simultaneously in their pre-*NSYNC days, and they kept working together when *NSYNC was formed. *NSYNC got started in Orlando, FL, in 1996, when Timberlake and Chasez teamed up with Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Joey Fatone. Released by RCA/BMG in 1998, the vocal quintet's self-titled debut album sold millions of copies in both the United States and Europe and contained the smash hits "I Want You Back" and "Tearing Up My Heart." *NSYNC's second album, No Strings Attached, was released on Jive in 2000 and was even more commercially successful; No Strings Attached went double platinum in only one week, and the singles "Bye Bye Bye" and "This I Promise You" became major hits.

Jive released Celebrity, *NSYNC's third album, in 2001, and after that, Timberlake started recording as a solo artist. The singer had performed live as a solo artist before *NSYNC, but it wasn't until the early 2000s that he actually recorded an album as a solo act. Justified, Timberlake's first solo album, was released on Jive in November 2002. "Like I Love You," the album's first single, became a major hit and was followed by a second single, "Cry Me a River" (not to be confused with the melancholy Arthur Hamilton standard that was a hit for the late jazz singer/actress Julie London in 1955). ~ Alex Henderson, All Music Guide