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I'm Not Your Boy Toy 05-23-2004 04:25 PM



anywho wanna see somethin sexy? :look:

come closer....




pure hawtness.


pay NO attention to the name over there on the left

i heart giles 05-23-2004 08:57 PM

*smiles and nods*

:D duuuuuuude, you do cause cavities. lots of 'em. ;)

Age-a-licious 05-26-2004 01:55 PM

Cameron was on the ellen degeneres show today and her and Ellen were talking about OF COURSE Justin and Ellen asked the blonde if she was a fan of Justin's or Nsync's before the two met last year and Cameron said she was not. She said that she might have saw the group, as a whole, a couple of times before but she never paid him them any mind. She later went on to say that he's one of the sweetest/nicests/funniest/sexiests guys that she's ever met and she's glad she got to meet Justin, the person, and not Justin, the celebrity, first.

truelovepj 05-29-2004 10:13 AM

Justin was at the Lakers game on Thursday night. He was sitting next to Usher.
Here's links to the pics:

Vi 05-31-2004 05:49 PM

Justin was on Ellen -- get your minds out of the gutter. ;) The episode will air July 23rd 2004.

CrabbyCancer69 06-01-2004 06:24 AM

A new episode with him on it? Ooh...okay thanks Vi!!!

*Krissy* 06-01-2004 10:14 AM

I'll have to mark my calendar for Justin's appearance! Thanks.

I'm so happy Justin & Usher don't actually hate each other. I really think they should do a song together. It would kick ass.

behrlover18 06-03-2004 03:47 PM

hey guys,
i am justin timberlake fan, and i just love him to pieces.

Age-a-licious 06-05-2004 09:58 PM

Well, it looks like Justin's going to have to start preparing his best man speech. Not only is Joey getting married but so is best friend & personal assistant, Trace.

I wonder if this will last....

truelovepj 06-06-2004 06:56 PM

Here's a recent article/interview on our boy...oops, I mean man! :D I put in bold what I thought was very interesting :eyebrows: ;)

The New King of Pop
by: Simon Hattenstone of The Guardian,0.jpg

He used to be more famous for dating Britney Spears than for his music. Now, Justin Timberlake is about as big as it gets, writes Simon Hattenstone.

Justin Timberlake disappears into the red sofa. He's wearing a red towelling tracksuit. Great colour co-ordination, I say. "Yeah, I thought it was funny." He shifts around, ill at ease. "I feel kinda uncomfy here, I think I'm going to sit over here, so I don't match." He leaps out of the settee and into another chair. His movement is easy and graceful.

After years of huge, formulaic success as part of the world's biggest-selling boy band, NSync, and years of being known primarily as Britney Spears' boyfriend - even after the event - Timberlake, whose current squeeze is Cameron Diaz, has in the past 12 months or so emerged as a considerable solo talent.

He dances as well as Michael Jackson used to, writes his own songs, and his debut solo album Justified packs in a lifetime's classy influences. It's derivative, but good derivative.

I ask him why he called the record and the world tour it spawned - which is about to bring him to Australia - "Justified".

"I named it for myself. I guess it was just a sense of reckoning for myself. It was so different from what people would expect me to do, so everything about it has justification for me."

His watch is dazzling. Huge, compass-like, stuffed with jewels. It's about as bling-bling as you can get. Does he enjoy being able to indulge himself?

Actually, he says, the best thing about the money is that he can treat his parents after they've supported him for two decades. His mum manages him, his stepdad is a banker. His Memphis upbringing, he says, was very comfortable, very middle class - decent school, good grades, loads of love.

What has he bought for his mum? "Ah, man!" He doesn't know where to start. "A Harley. Her and my dad. We have about seven now. They have two that they keep at their home in Memphis, and I have two that I'm keeping at my home in LA, and we have three in the house in Orlando."

There's nothing he loves more, he says, than cruising down the Pacific Coast Highway, drinking in the fresh air and freedom. "That's what the Harley represents, isn't it? Freedom. And in the past year I think it's been the underlying theme in my life - freedom and transition."

Timberlake's influences come out loud and clear in his music: a nod to Off the Wall-era Michael Jackson, a wink to Sign 'O' the Times-period Prince, a wave to Stevie Wonder's Songs in the Key of Life. "These are the artists who inspire me," he says. "And Marvin Gaye. And Al Green."

Is he mainly influenced by soul music? "Yeah," he says, and stops. Well, maybe not. "I think there are some songs that you'll hear the harmonies and it's more reminiscent of the Bee Gees." He breaks into song. "Well you can tell by the way I use my walk I'm a woman's man, no time to talk..." He does a cracking Barry Gibb falsetto.

"And there's a little bit of Queen as well." He clicks his fingers and segues into a semi-rap. "So you pass to the left, and you sail to the right. Daaah! You know how Freddie used to do that. He was baaaaaaad! He was a baaaaaad mama jama."


"Have you never heard that song? She's a Bad Mama Jama."

His sense of pop history really is impressive. "That was before your time!" If he's trying to smooth-talk me, it's working.

At just 23, Timberlake has been in the music industry for more than 11 years. At 12, he met Britney Spears when they were both Mouseketeers on Disney's Mickey Mouse Club. Can he remember a time when he was not performing?

"Sure, in the middle I was not performing," he says. "I had a good year and a half to be a snotty-nosed kid right after the Mickey Mouse Club ended. I was at home from 13, to the summer after when I was 14 and a half."

How snotty-nosed was he?

"Ah, yeah," he says a tad unconvincingly, "we got caught with alcohol and smoking and doing whatever snotty-nosed kids do. We'd get caught and make someone else get in trouble for it."

However hard he tried, he says, he never got into trouble - the kids liked him, the teachers liked him, everyone liked him. And he could always get others out of trouble. How come?

"I don't know. It's kind of scary when you realise [that you] can make that many people believe in you." Timberlake seems to think he has something of the Messiah about him, but has the charm to get away with it.

He tells me he always got A's at school. "I once got a B in seventh grade. I couldn't believe it."

Is there anything he's bad at?

"You know what I'm really crap at? Forgiveness. Because my perfectionism in my craft sometimes carries over into all areas of my life. There were times when my mum would upset me, and it would take me forever to get over it."

Ultimately, he says, however able he is in other fields, music was the only thing that was natural for him. So what was it like to be stuffed with talent yet always be defined as Britney's boyfriend?

"It's kind of a moot point now, isn't it?"

Did their relationship help establish his identity in the first place? "Honestly, I think this [the album and tour] has established my identity. I think this was my coming-out party."

He giggles. "Honestly, are you taking that and running with it?

Be careful!"

Didn't he find it strange having his virginity publicly debated? (Britney famously declared herself a virgin, so people reckoned that he was one by association.)

"I find it funny. I take what I do seriously, but I don't take myself too seriously. Something that has been good for me is seeing one of my idols go completely mad." He pauses. "We see that the business has consumed a lot of people from Michael's generation, including Michael."

He's talking about Michael Jackson? "Yeah. Don't you think the whole thing that surrounds him is weird?" I say I find the whole pop business terrifying and sickening. "Yeah, it's the most cut-throat business there is, besides law."

No, it's weirder than law, I say - law doesn't take young kids and sexualise them for the delectation of the market.

"I don't really feel I was ever sexualised," he says.

I tell him I'm thinking of Britney - the way she was created as a sex-kitten schoolgirl, and now at 22 there is talk of burnout. "Yeah. Look at how much pressure's been put on her. People are fickle."

How does he survive in such a world? "How you survive is, you don't buy into it. You wake up, you look in the mirror and you say, 'I love you, but you're a funny-ass, ugly dude'. And you make a record for yourself ... and you hope everybody gravitates towards it."

I tell him I have some nosy questions. "Sure," he says, "You ready for transparent answers?"

He sits up and prepares himself.

Was the song Cry Me a River about Britney? "The video or the song? The song was inspired by the rhythm, and the song was inspired by the way I felt. Take that and interpret it whichever way you want. The video was brought to me by the director."

That is the most evasive answer I've heard in my life, I say. Well done. "Thank you. Thank you. You should see me actually tap-dance."

Is it true that Janet Jackson had him just for his body? "Phbbbrrrhhh," he says non-committally. "You should ask her. I don't know. Did you ever consider that it was vice versa?"

Clever, I say. So there is some truth in it? "I don't know, I wouldn't be a gentleman, would I ..."

But they had a fling?

"Didn't you just ask me the same question, only reworded?" Yes, absolutely, I say.

"That's all right. I am good friends with Janet, and I think she's a lovely person, and incredibly talented and absolutely beautiful, and if I did, how lucky would I be?"

Very lucky? "Yes."

And would you say you were lucky? "I would say in life that I was lucky."

Again, I congratulate him on his gentlemanly evasion. So what about Christina Aguilera - another star he was once rumoured to be dating?

"Yes" - dramatic pause - "we toured together. Ha ha ha!"

And have they ever toured in the biblical sense?

"Erm, no. No we haven't. She's looking hot these days, though."

He's almost whispering. "She does look very hot, doesn't she? She's not calling it wrong - she does look dirrty."

Who's the top dirty-looker in pop? "I'd say, at least at the moment, she takes the cake, don't you?" he asks James, the work-experience boy who has come along for the ride. James nods, and says he doesn't think his mum would approve if he brought Britney home.

Who would Timberlake's mum prefer him to bring home? "My mum doesn't care. She just wants me to be happy."

And what makes him happiest in life? "I enjoy music, man. It really does make me happy. And my mum makes me happy. When she's happy, it makes me happy."

What makes him most unhappy? "Racism," he says instantly. "I grew up in Memphis, Tennessee, the city where Dr Martin Luther King Jnr was assassinated, and there are still some places that are bad. Y'know, it's sad."

We talk about the future: more solo stuff, maybe another album with NSync, movies, living quietly in LA.

Is there any one thing he's desperate to do?

Eventually he answers. "I mean, maybe it's pretentious to say so, but I really think I could achieve anything."

He looks at me, slightly embarrassed. "Do you think that's pretentious?"

The Guardian

Justin Timberlake plays the Hordern Pavilion, June 17-19.

jessieka03 06-07-2004 06:37 AM



Cameron Diaz has ditched lover Justin Timberlake—because she thinks he's holding back her career.

The Charlie's Angels star broke the bad news to the pop hunk over dinner during their trip to the Cannes Film Festival a fortnight ago, we can reveal.

The couple are yet to make a public statement confirming the split but a close pal said: 'It's over. The problem is, she isn't really taken seriously in Hollywood because she is dating a pop star.

'Cameron feels she stands a better chance of taking her career to the next level without him.'

Justin, 23, and Cameron, 31, got together a year ago, not long after the former 'NSYNC heart-throb split with childhood sweetheart Britney Spears.


At first they had seemed inseparable and were regularly pictured enjoying romantic holidays all over the world.

But cracks first appeared in their relationship after Justin — nicknamed Trousersnake because of his ladykilling reputation — was said to have romped with blonde babe Jodie Foley after the Brits in February.

The star laughed off the rumours and he and Cameron, who has just finished filming In Her Shoes, were soon seen back in each other's arms.

But sources say matters came to a head in France two weeks ago when Justin tried to persuade her to become his live-in lover.

Their pal continued: 'Justin wanted Cameron to move in with him but she just didn't feel ready to make that kind of commitment.

'She told him in Cannes because being at the film festival made her realise just how important her career is to her.'

The pair put on a show of unity there but they were snapped looking miserable arriving back in LA.

Now we know why Justin's happy Diaz are over.

Source: News of the World

CrabbyCancer69 06-07-2004 09:36 AM

Aww :( guys have to buy this week's US weekly, the one with Jennifer Lopez on the cover...yeah...just buy it!!! don't ask questions!!

Courtie 06-07-2004 10:10 AM

Thanks for posting, truelovepj!

I wonder if it's true, jess?

And Mari, why must we buy the new US Weekly?!?!

CrabbyCancer69 06-07-2004 10:26 AM

Woman!!! Did I not say not to ask any questions?!?

Okay you dont have to buy it, but if you see it on the stands, just turn to page 93 :D You will thank me, yes.

Age-a-licious 06-07-2004 01:59 PM

Ha. I subscribe to US weekly and had no clue what you were talking about until I turned to that page.

Do you notice his pants are unbuttoned and that if he keeps streatching like that, you might see a lil bit more than just the infamous happy trail?

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