The Battle of Justins always had one clear winner, but this JT/JB mashup puts the tween idol's "Boyfriend" against *NSYNC's "Girlfriend," and you can see for yourself.
While it seems as though Saturday Night Live is losing some of their heavy hitters (and going into the dreaded lull of a rebuilding year), that didn't stop them from putting together a celebratory milestone clip for their 100th Digital Short, which features the likes of Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Natalie Portman, and Jon Hamm. If this is going to be Andy Samberg's last hurrah, at least he's going out with a bang.
Kickass Celeb of the Day: True to his word, Justin Timberlake dropped by Richmond, Virginia, yesterday to accompany Cpl. Kelsey De Santis to her Marine Corps Ball.
The invitation was extended after Sgt. Scott Moore -- currently stationed in Musa Qala, Afghanistan -- reached out to Timblerlake's Friends With Benefits<
International Incident of the Day: A Russian reporter at a press junket attached to the Russian premiere of Friends With Benefits had the gall to ask Justin Timberlake "why movies" (in lieu of, say, music). A delay in translation kept Timberlake from responding, so his co-star Mila Kunis stepped in to deliver a verbal smackdown in the reporter's native tongue.
"Why movies? Why not?" Kunis, who moved to California from Ukraine at age 7, testily replied. "What
Follow Up of the Day: Justin Timberlake followed in the footsteps of his Friends with Benefits co-star Mila Kunis and accepted Corporal Kelsey De Santis invitation to the Marine Corps Ball.
"I'll tell you what: I accept," JT said at a press junket for his latest film. "I don't get asked out. Ever. So I was very flattered by that." He did tack on a caveat, however: "If my schedule works out t
Life Imitates Art of the Day: Specific Media, which just unloaded the once-mighty MySpace off News Corp for a couch change sum of $35 million, has announced that one of the partners in the deal is none other than triple-threat Justin Timberlake, who memorably played Facebook's first president, Sean Parker