3 Things Hind­sight Told Us About Justin Tim­ber­lake

People (South Africa) - - Between The Lines -

FANS around the world are still talk­ing about Justin Tim­ber­lake’s en­ter­tain­ing new mem­oir Hind­sight: & All the Things I Can’t See in Front of Me. Re­veal­ing how he and for­mer Mickey Mouse Club co-star Ryan Gosling would get up to no good prob­a­bly has some­thing to do with it, but there are many other parts that are just as in­ter­est­ing. We share three.

The Most Awk­ward NSYNC Show

“ONE time we got booked for the wrong fes­ti­val some­where in Scan­danavia. The fes­ti­val con­sisted of a bunch of heavy metal acts and ‘this up and com­ing boy group from the USA’,” Justin writes. “We spent our 25-minute set dodg­ing glass bot­tles be­ing thrown at us by tall, blond, heav­ily tat­tooed peo­ple.”

How Brit­ney In­spired Cry Me A River

“I WROTE Cry Me A River in two hours. I didn’t plan on writ­ing it,” Justin ad­mits. “The feel­ings I had were so strong that I had to write it, and I trans­lated my feel­ings into a form where peo­ple could lis­ten and, hope­fully, re­late to it. Peo­ple heard me and they un­der­stood

it be­cause we’ve all been there.”

His Love For His Wife

“WHEN I met Jess [Biel], it was un­de­ni­able how beau­ti­ful she is,” Justin says. “I made some sort of sar­cas­tic com­ment, re­ally dry. No­body got it ex­cept her. She’s be­come a huge in­flu­ence on my life and I have such ad­mi­ra­tion for her, es­pe­cially see­ing her as a mother now.”

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