The Scottish Daily Record chatted with Leigh Mathieson, who was rewarded with a hug and kisses from *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake after her granny’s homemade clootie dumplings won in a TV pudding competition on the Johnny Vaughan Tonight show, which Timberlake played judge. “I suppose I’ve got my grandma to thank for making such lovely clootie dumplings,” Leigh said. “We both had a fantastic time. It all came about when I read about Justin missing home cooking while he’s touring.” Justin picked the clootie dumpling over a spotted dick and a lemon meringue.
Justin Timberlake To Headline Teen People What’s Next
October 11, 2002 – MTV News reports Justin will headline Teen People’s 4th annual What’s Next party at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on November 5. Timberlake will perform songs from his solo debut, ‘Justified’, which drops the same day.
Justin Timberlake Gets Cozy With Stunning Blonde
October 11, 2002 – The Mirror reports Justin was spotted getting down and dirty with a stunning blonde on Wednesday. Justin was partying at London’s Chinawhite, when he and one of his female dancers entertained the crowd with impromptu gyrating dance routine, and later cozying up to the stunner for the rest of the evening.
Justin Timberlake’s Mom Delivers Education Petition To Congress
October 11, 2002 – Launch.com reports Justin’s mother Lynn Harless delivered a petition in support of music education to the U.S. Congress on behalf of her son on Wednesday (October 9). About 15,000 people added their names to the petition online starting June 12, when the singer and his Justin Timberlake Foundation teamed up with the American Music Conference, a national nonprofit educational association, to get people involved in promoting music education. Harless personally delivered the petition results to several House and Senate offices. “I am here for every American parent,” she said. “No child can reach his or her full potential without a sound music education. I’m proud to support my son Justin in all his endeavors, but I’ve never been prouder to represent him than I am today.”