In a new photo shared to social media by wife Ciara, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback couldn’t contain his grin as he held the couple’s 9-month-old daughter, Sienna Princess, close.
The adorable baby girl is the spitting image of her dad, and was dressed in star-patterned pajamas for the candid moment.
“Daddy and SiSi. Sweet ,” Ciara, 32, wrote alongside the snap.
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Sales were no doubt helped by Timberlake’s performance at Super Bowl Lii on Feb. 4. Over one hundred million viewers tuned in to see him sing and dance his way through a medley of hits — including his latest, “Filthy” — from his 20-year music career. In one a somber moment, he played piano
Of “Mudbound”’s four nominations, three of the nominees are black women: director/co-writer Dee Rees in Best Adapted Screenplay, and “Mighty River” songwriters Taura Stinson and Mary J. Blige, who’s also up for Best Supporting Actress. (Virgil Williams co-wrote the script and Raphael Saddiq also co-wrote the Best Original Song nominee.)
Rees and Blige have already made Oscar history, with the former being the first black woman nominated in Best Adapted Screenplay and the latter being the first black woman to
Namely, the debate continues over rumors the “Filthy” singer, 37, planned to perform alongside a Prince hologram.
Over one hundred million viewers tuned in to Timberlake’s halftime performance, where he sang and danced his way through a medley of hits from his 20-year music career. In one a somber moment, he played piano and sang alongside a projected film of Prince as the stadium and city glowed with purple lights,
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From commercials to the halftime show, here are the most controversial moments from Super Bowl Lii:
Even before Justin Timberlake hit the stage for his dance-filled halftime set, social media users gave the singer a sharp side-eye as many remembered the infamous incident with
The pop star, who performed a range of hits from his nearly 20-year musical career during last night’s Pepsi Halftime show, was dressed in a head-to-toe Stella McCartney outfit, with the main look being a check and camouflage splatter-print suit with a red bandana neck tie accessory and “Sblii” Air Jordan III sneakers. Under the suit, Timberlake wore a button-down shirt that displayed a rural American landscape and deer, as the British designer drew inspiration from Timberlake’s new album Man of the Woods.
Timberlake had been a surprise guest on Jackson’s infamous 2004 Super Bowl appearance. At the end of their duet of his hit single “Rock Your Body,” he ripped off her jacket a little too vigorously, exposing her right breast. The resulting “wardrobe malfunction” has haunted her ever since.
Timberlake took to the stage in the middle of U.
It ended better than it started. Timberlake spent the first couple of valuable minutes under the stage, in a recreation of a sleazy nightclub where you can’t see the artist and everyone is holding cell phones over their heads — a vision of hell, for some of us. But he brought himself out of that “Filthy” milieu and out into the stadium open, where he was joined by what seemed like hundreds of dancers on what seemed like thousands
Plenty of people were outraged — entirely justifiably — that Justin Timberlake got official forgiveness from the Super Bowl for the 2004 Nipplegate fiasco, while Janet Jackson remains persona non grata.
But are we really supposed to be looking at a Super Bowl halftime appearance as a chance to succeed, rather than a chance to be very publicly derided for whatever you don't do?
On the plus side, Timberlake's Super Bowl Lii halftime performance won't be remembered for FCC fines and media scandal. Mazel tov!
A clip from “Purple Rain” was projected on a curtain — rather than as a reanimated hologram, as many had feared — which was hanging from Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium as Timberlake accompanied Prince’s recording on a piano below, the two dueting on hit “I Would Die 4 U.” The video images displayed were from Prince’s “Purple Rain” film, and having them projected onto a billowing screen recalled his classic Halftime performance during the 2007 Super Bowl, which is nearly universally regarded as the best Super Bowl musical performance in history.
The inside of the stadium turned purple as the song played, as did the surrounding city, even transforming
The singer, 37, started his performance with his new hit song “Filthy,” but segued into “Rock Your Body” — the same song he and Jackson, 51, sang during their Super Bowl halftime show in 2004.
While Timberlake sang the song solo this time, it didn’t escape people’s notice that the song was embedded into Super Bowl history — stemming from the fact that Timberlake attempted to rip Jackson’s corset but accidentally revealed her breast to a national audience at the time.
After all, as evidenced on Sunday by the #JanetJacksonAppreciationDay, fans haven’t forgotten what happened in 2004, when Jackson’s infamous “wardrobe malfunction” had a chilling effect on the broadcast industry — and Jackson’s career.
And not acknowledging Jackson or what happened seems particularly tone-deaf in a year of #TimesUp. Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime show seemingly kicked off by taunting his critics, starting with his latest track, “Filthy,” which begins with the line, “Haters gonna say it’s fake.”
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But then Timberlake launched into his 2002 song “Rock Your Body” — yes, the song he performed with
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