Us Weekly spoke with a source on the Justified & Stripped tour and asked how *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera are getting along. “They’re supportive and do hang out,” the source revealed. “After Christina’s set on opening night, she put on a baseball cap and watched Justin’s show from the back of the house. She likes to see how he’s doing.”
Justin Timberlake & Cameron Diaz Hit The Bowling Alley
June 20, 2003 – The Sun has photos of Justin on his first public date with actress Cameron Diaz, including one of the two kissing in the driveway of Cameron’s pad in the Hollywood Hills. An onlooker at the bowling alley said, “Considering they’ve refused to comment on whether they were dating, they certainly didn’t hide anything. They were laughing and joking and even enjoyed the odd cuddle.” Check out the pictures here.
Footage From Justin Timberlake’s House Of Blues Show
June 20, 2003 – Justin rocked the Staples Center, and then put on another show for those at the House Of Blues that featured two of his *NSYNC buddies Joey Fatone and Lance Bass jumping up and down onstage. They also showed a brief clip of Christina Aguilera performing. A video clip from KTLA has since been removed.
Justin Timberlake Is In The Rain After Singing
June 20, 2003 – The Las Vegas Sun reports that a woman working in the portable CineVegas office at the Palms hung up the phone Wednesday and shrieked, “We’ve got Justin!” Organizers expect *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake to attend the CineVegas poolside bash Saturday night at the Palms, after his concert at MGM Grand Garden Arena with Christina Aguilera.
Justin Timberlake In YM’s 20 Hottest Guys Issue
June 20, 2003 – Contributed by nellysgirl: Justin is included in the August issue of YM’s 20 Hottest Guys along with friend Pharrell Williams. Read on for the entire list.
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Bumps Along With Way For Justin Timberlake & Christina Aguilera
June 19, 2003 – HitsDailyDouble.com caught up with several music insiders who admit that there’s been troubles with ticket sales during the summer concert season. “We have an industry that has managed once again to ignore reality,” says veteran concert promoter and Co-CEO of Metropolitan Talent John Scher. “The economy is in bad shape, there’s fear of congregation, ticket prices and service charges are out of control. It’s no wonder that this summer will at best be mediocre.” Artist manager Irving Azoff commented, “Justin and Christina are doing well in most cities but have had some problems in places like Denver, Little Rock and San Antonio… Most of the newer acts haven’t had a chance to develop a following. The business these days, with its desire to turn a profit as quickly as possible, doesn’t allow for the development of a fan base.”