The Mirror reports *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake has been approached by several women during his time in London, including model Lucy Mans, Tara Palmer Tompkinson, Ms Dynamite, and Christina Aguilera. Britney’s rival arrived at Chinawhite with her 12-strong entourage, including rapper Redman and two bodyguards when she caught the attention of Timberlake. They played their “who can buy the most expensive bottle of champagne” competition before Aguilera left at 1:30 am. Justin and *NSYNC bandmate Lance Bass left at 4 am, but Justin later met with Aguilera at the Sanderson Hotel, where they had hired the whole of the eighth floor. “They seemed to get on extremely well,” a spy revealed. “Christina said earlier in the week she didn’t even know he was in London. You could have fooled me.” The two took part in a steamy game of truth or dare.
Justin Timberlake & Pals Play Who Can Order The Priciest Drink
October 14, 2002 – The London Telegraph reports Justin and pals have been playing the “who can order the most expensive drink” game at the Mayfair club. Partying with Christina Aguilera, a pal of Justin’s bought a Methuselah of Cristal priced at $23,000 Justin, the cheap skate he is, spent just under $8,000 on a Methuselah of Moet.
Justin Timberlake Says Things Change, Including His Opinions
October 14, 2002 – Justin tells Glenn Waldron of i-D magazine that he feels comfortable taking his image in a more adult direction now. “I mean, I’m not a teen anymore,” the *NSYNC star said. “I’m not gonna put a record out there where I’m like ‘fu**ing duh-de-duh and the sh** in the ass and the…’ like that’s not me. But at the same time, I’m not saying anything that I wouldn’t say everyday. It’s so funny because when you say something, people make you live and die by it for the rest of your career. I mean, you change. Things change, you evolve and you grow into something different. I’m sure I said things a year ago and I’ll probably look back and think I was talking sh**. I’m growing up, so why not?”
Justin Timberlake Decorates Home After Britney Break-Up
October 14, 2002 – Justin tells Seventeen Magazine that “the single life has presented many opportunities for me to get into furnishing and decorating.” He describes his Mediterraean-style house in the Hollywood Hills as “manly but shabby chic,” and adds, “When you suffer a broken heart, you seek refuge somewhere.”