Justin And Christina, Justin And Kelly

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The other Justin is on tour with Christina. and . and . How do we keep it all straight? In an interview about Kelly and Justin with E! Online, Kelly talks Christina saying, “I’m very different from Christina. Christina and I have different voices, different goals. Not that I mind being compared to her. She’s got a lot of talent.”

And Justin says about Justin, “I think once people see my new album, they’ll realize how different I am from Justin Timberlake. We share a first name and happen to have a similar type of hair when we grow it out, but beyond that, it’s like night and day.”

Clarkson Concedes Critics Won’t Like ‘From Justin To Kelly’

June 16, 2003 – TV Guide Online chatted with ‘American Idol’ champ Kelly Clarkson about her new album and debut movie ‘From Justin to Kelly’ with the reality show’s runner-up Justin Guarini. Asked head on about how the film wasn’t being screened to critics, Kelly justified the move saying, “I can tell you right now that none of the critics are gonna like this movie. They like stuff like ‘In the Bedroom’. They’re gonna want to tear into it because all people like to do is build something up to tear it down. This movie shouldn’t be screened by the critics because it’s not for them – it’s for the fans.”

On Tour With Justin Timberlake & Christina Aguilera

June 16, 2003 – Pat O’Brien of Access Hollywood caught up with summer tourmates Christina and Justin. Asked what is the one thing the pair have learned about each other during this tour and lead-up, Christina responded, “My sarcastic humor always wants to run away with me. I have the worst sarcastic dirty little jokes.” Justin joked, “No, that’s cool, you can kick me, stab me, go ahead.”

Sales Trouble For ‘Stripped And Justified’ Tour

June 16, 2003 – The New York Post reports that the ‘Stripped and Justified’ tour featuring Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera is running into problems. The promoters are looking for “more intimate” venues after having a tough time selling tickets in the tour that has already been scaled back from 60 stops to 45, not to mention the abrupt cancellation of last week’s show in Vancouver. Aguilera’s manager Irving Azoff said of the tour’s cancellation in Vancouver: “We had 12,000 tickets sold, and we couldn’t get the trucks through the border to get set up. There were some problems with some drivers with bad, old criminal records.”

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