Lynn Harless Talks About A Young Justin Timberlake previewed tonight’s episode of 20/20 featuring an hour-long interview with *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake and his mother Lynn Harless. Growing up, his mother says Timberlake was a not the “terror” Justin himself claims to be. “He really never was a terror,” she said. “The scary thing about Justin is he was such a quiet child that you’d have to go see what he was doing.” She also says he was a perfectionist. “He probably is one of the cleanest people I know. He couldn’t stand anything on his shoes or his hands,” she said as Justin protested laughingly, “That’s enough.”

‘Justified’ Track Compared To The Backstreet Boys

November 4, 2002 – Contributed by BabyBlue2578: CDNow has posted a review of Justin Timberlake’s debut album ‘Justified,’ that hits stores tomorrow. In the article, Brad Cawn describes the album as ‘a fun, contemporary pop record that’s uber-cool without ever seeming forced.’ In addition, he says that ‘Cry Me A River,’ the next single from ‘Justified’ finally has what *NSYNC lacked all these years: an instant classic on par with Backstreet’s ‘I Want It That Way’ or ‘As Long as You Love Me.’

People Are Closely Watching Justin Timberlake Debut

November 4, 2002 – Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan of the Baltimore Sun profiled Justin ahead of Tuesday’s release of his debut solo effort ‘Justified’. Craig Marks, editor of Blender magazine commented, “Debut records are pretty paramount for any artist, but especially for one who is trying to subtly reinvent himself. People are really watching this record – along with the new Christina Aguilera record – to see how these artists can reposition themselves after the trend that they’re associated with has kind of died out.”

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