ONLINE PLEA TO JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
THESE women may already have their Summer Love lined up, but that has not stopped them from going the extra mile to try to meet Justin Timberlake when he comes to Perth for his 20/20 Experience World Tour next month.
Tara Bradley, of Redcliffe, and Dominique Condo, from Carmel, both 23, said Timberlake brought them together as friends during high school dance classes.
Ms Bradley even changed holiday flights for the chance to meet him.
“I booked the holiday before the tour dates were announced, so I had to change my flights when we got our concert tickets,” she said.
The women have written an open letter to Timberlake, asking to meet him when he stops in Perth.
They have incorporated more than 20 of his songs into the letter and have more than 450 followers on Twitter supporting their quest.
“It is just classic of us and we really hope it works,”Ms Bradley said.
“He is just amazing and an incredible performer.”
They both said his Future Sex/Love Sound show at Burswood Dome in 2008 was the best concert they had ever been to.
“I swear he made eye contact with me and winked,” Ms Bradley said.
They said they spent extra money to get early entry into the venue for this concert and while both women claimed they were not “those crazy fans” who would want to marry him, if he asked they would not say no.