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justin timberlakeBorn January 31, 1981 in Memphis, Tennessee, Justin Timberlake's show business career began early with a TV debut at age 11 on the 80's talent competition show, Star Search, which he ultimately lost.

His first big break came later when he was cast in The New Mickey Mouse Club, where he first met and worked alongside his future girlfriend, Britney Spears, along with future fellow 'N SYNC star, JC Chasez and pop star Christina Aguilera.

With their Mousketeer days coming to a close, Timberlake and JC Chasez joined up to form what was to become 'N SYNC, one of the biggest boy bands of the decade.

Along the way, Timberlake began producing and co-writing various tracks, ultimately leading to a solo album, Justified that resulted in a string of top ten hits including Like I Love You, Rock My Body and Cry Me A River, rumored to be about his breakup with Britney Spears.

In 2004, he was suddenly swept up in tabloid headlines when he appeared alongside Janet Jackson during her now-infamous "wardrobe malfunction" during the Super Bowl halftime game televised around the world. In 2006, Timberlake shook off the scandal by topping the charts at No. 1 with his mega-hit album, FutureSex/LoveSounds, and later took on hosting duties for the MTV Europe Music Awards in November.

In addition to a stellar music career, Timberlake has starred in such Hollywood films as "The Social Network"
(2010); with Cameron Diaz in "Bad Teacher" (2011) and in the romantic comedy, "Friends with Benefits (2012).

Offstage, Timberlake was romantically linked with actress Cameron Diaz up until a breakup in early 2007. However, their association continued on film, at least, when he appeared in the cast list in Shrek the Third in which Diaz reprised her role as Princess Fiona, with Timberlake as the voice of Artie (a young King Arthur).

That same year, he received four nominations at the 49th annual Grammy Awards, and was back in Hollywood with a starring role in the feature film, Alpha Dog.

In 2010, Timberlake was back on the big screen in the Mark Zuckerberg biopic, The Social Network, followed by a co-starring role opposite Cameron Diaz in Bad Teacher in 2011. Other recent film roles have included co-starring with Mila Kunis in Friends with Benefits (2011) and Inside Llewyn Davis (2013).

Nearly a year after breaking up with Cameron Diaz, Timberlake began dating actress Jessica Biel, and throughout the relationship rumors spread of their impending marriage. The Justin-Jessica Wedding Watch included reports that the couple had, indeed, become engaged in late 2011. The surprise wedding announcement came the following year when the couple were reportedly married in Italy in October 2012. (Jessica later gave birth to their first child, Silas, born in April 2015.)

By early 2013, Timberlake signaled his return to the recording studio with his mega-hit, "Suit and Tie", a duet with rapper Jay-Z, from his highly successful comeback album, “20/20 Experience."

Timberlake later returned to Hollywood to voice the lead character in DreamWorks Animation's "Trolls" (2016), that featured a hit soundtrack that included his chart-topping single, "Can't Stop the Feeling!".

Most recently, buzz is swirling over Timberlake as headliner for the upcoming 2018 Super Bowl halftime show. It will be Timberlake's second appearance on the halftime stage since his infamous appearance with Janet Jackson in 2004.

More about Justin Timberlake around the Web:

- The official site of the singer's label features all the latest news, a biography, video and audio clips, mailing list signup. - Justin Timberlake - Read the latest news, biography, check out the picture gallery, along with videos and audio files.

Justin Timberlake - Wikipedia - Check out a complete biography, discography, personal details, photo gallery, and related resources.

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