Today in Things That Will Make You Feel All Warm and Fuzzy Inside, Justin Timberlake premiered his new video for "Not a Bad Thing" on Ellen, which doubles as a documentary about the search for a couple who got engaged on the Long Island Railroad to the tune of the same track.
As the documentarians scour New York City for their mystery couple – goofy text message pop-ups included – the video includes a bunch of heartwarming interviews with couples about their own proposals, as well as the struggles and rewards of finding love, or letting love find you. While it looks like the filmmakers may have found the lovebirds, the clip ends with a "To be continued…" message. Following the clip, Ellen DeGeneres asked viewers to get in touch with the show if they know the couple so Timberlake can finally meet them. So for now, it seems, the search for true love continues.RS
He didn't want to wait! Dawson's Creek heartthrob James Van Der Beek once tried to sneak Justin Timberlake and other then-underage members of 'N Sync into a Las Vegas club, he revealed Wednesday, March 26, in a new interview.
"I was in Vegas one New Year's and somebody came by and said, ''N Sync wants to meet you!'" Van Der Beek told HuffPost Live. "And at the time, 'N Sync was the second to Backstreet Boys, it was before they had blown up. They had just come out with some Christmas album, like at the same time 98 Degrees did," the 37-year-old actor said, laughing, and referring to the boy group's 1998 record, Home for Christmas.
"So, I said, 'okay.' And I met them and they were so sweet, they were so nice. They were such cool kids and I immediately liked them," Van Der Beek continued.
"I remember that night, we were all going to some club and they were all too young. And so I went in and somehow passed my ID back so that Justin could get in," he explained. "And then Justin got in and then tried to pass it off to [Lance Bass] to get in. By the third time [the bouncers] saw a James Van Der Beek ID, they were like, 'Ah, I don't think so, James.'"
Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience tops the weekly list of Hot Tours based on $23.6 million in ticket sales from the final 14 performances of the tour’s opening leg. The four-month trek covered North American markets from Nov. 6 through March 5, wrapping in Miami. Venues in Chicago, New York City and Toronto hosted the pop star for two-show stints during the final month of the opening run. All three of the venues reported more than $3 million in revenue, but Chicago’s United Center had the highest gross with $3.7 million from concerts on Feb. 16 and 17.
From the opening show at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center through the North American leg’s final stop at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, the tour’s ticket sales surpassed $70.7 million. Timberlake performed 44 concerts during the initial jaunt through 38 cities. Next on the schedule is a 19-city stretch through 11 European countries kicking off on March 30 in England. Concerts are booked in Asia and Africa during May, and a second jaunt through the U.S. and Canada will begin in July. More European dates and a run through Australia and New Zealand are on tap later this year.