Us Weekly is reiterating the Star magazine report that *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake is dating his ‘Rock Your Body’ dance partner Staci Flood.
Justin Timberlake’s Next Single Announced
May 13, 2003 – Contributed by nellysgirl: Now magazine reports that Justin’s next single is the “steamy” ‘(And she said) Take Me Now’, which is a song produced by Timbaland and dueted with Janet Jackson. Justin’s current single, ‘Rock Your Body,’ is doing very well worldwide. It currently holds the number one spot in Australia.
Timberlake Causes A Commotion At Manchester Footlocker
May 12, 2003 – The Mirror reports Justin Timberlake surprised shoppers at Market Street in Manchester last week when he bought £1,000 worth of Nike trainers, mostly for his entourage of 10. “When Justin walked into Footlocker, no one could believe it,” revealed an onlooker. “All the girls were nudging each other and staring. He tried on a few pairs, signed autographs and laughed and chatted with the staff.”
Meet Justin Timberlake
May 12, 2003 – The Sun is giving ten readers and their friends the chance to meet Justin at Planet Hollywood VIP Lounge when he comes to London on Monday. To enter, just phone 09063 660 400 (60p a minute) and answer the question: What is Justin’s album called? Read more.
Justin Timberlake To Be On Tonight Show & Dateline
May 12, 2003 – Contributed by nellysgirl: Justin will make an appearance on Jay Leno on the 19th of May. His official web site also lists that Justin will be on Dateline on the 18th.
Shy Of Relief
May 12, 2003 – The New York Daily News reports that Staten Island-based Global Medical Relief Fund’s claims celebrities including Arnold Schwarzenegger, George Clooney, Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey Angelina Jolie, Julia Roberts and *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake were supporting Iraqi bombing victim Ali Ismail Abbas’ medical care are being met with many denials. Carey’s rep says, “None of it is true. Mariah is very conscientious when it comes to working with disabled children, but no one has contacted us.” Organizer Cheryl Shuman clarified that promoters had donated tickets to concerts starring Carey, Timberlake and Aguilera.