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On Tuesday, Billboard announced that her holiness Adele had overtaken *Nsync's single-week Us album sales record; the singer moved at least 2.433 million copies of her highly anticipated album 25 in slightly more than three days. This is only one of many records the "Hello" singer has crushed, and the members of *Nsync are totally cool with it. In an interview with Billboard, Joey Fatone said, "Adele is the truth," and that he's excited "a rare talent like hers is in the same breath as our group." He was obviously still a little disappointed, though. "Records are always meant to be broken, but with technology and current music business model, I thought this one would be tough to beat." Lance Bass and Jc Chasez had similar reactions to the news on social media. We officially say Bye Bye Bye as @Adele says Hello to the World Record of Most Albums Sold In a Single Week. »
- Quinn Keaney
Cute couples were all over our radar this year, what with all the celebrity engagements and lavish weddings. Some of them included Hollywood power pairs like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, who weren't shy about flaunting their love, and first-time parents Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake. Other famous duos included Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux, Joe Manganiello and Sofia Vergara, and Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed, who all tied the knot this year. Meanwhile, Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka kept the precious family pictures coming and Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade continued to steal our hearts with their surplus of sweet moments. Keep reading to see the list and place your vote for cutest couple of 2015 at the end! »
- Monica Sisavat
You can only have an actor attached for so long until they “grow” out of the role and you can only have a director on board for a short lapse until they move onto other projects. The wobbled history of Goat, a book to film adaptation begins back in 2004 when we first reported that David Gordon Green would direct the project. A 2005 update that Emile Hirsch would topline and then the baton was passed onto Jeff Nichols in 2007 when he was suppose to have taken over the director’s chair. Flash-forward to late last year when James Franco joined forces with Killer Films, and Andrew Neel (a fiction and non-fiction filmmaker with already five features under his belt including 2012’s King Kelly) was hired – thus landing the coveted directing gig. Production took place in May in Cincinnati, and if this takes a truly savage, rough hewn approach, no doubt that »
- Eric Lavallee
Chart-topping producer Timothy “Timbaland” Mosley has always been a bit of a showman. When music moves him, his eyes bug out, his face turns cartoon-character elastic, and his body shifts in all directions. One credible theory — okay, my own — maintains that he’s spent so much time connected to his Asr-10 sampling keyboard that the two have melded mainframes. With his cyborg superpowers, the Virginia Beach native has provided the bounce to Jay Z’s “Big Pimpin’,” the groove to Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River,” and his fidgety wall of sound to artists of all stripes (Missy Elliott, Britney Spears, Kanye West, and many more). Now, as the executive producer of music for Empire, he’s busy building another type of, well, empire. In its second season, Timbo continues to lay stellar tracks for a rambunctious cast, led by Terrence Howard (Lucious Lyon), who plays the diabolical head »
- Erik Parker
Chances are you have a friend or five who's been loving every second of Justin Timberlake's exciting couple of years, so why not wrap up 2015 with a holiday gift they're sure to love? With a mix of collector's items, hilarious fan tees, SNL-inspired picks, and products with the Jt stamp of approval - 901 tequila, we're looking at you - we've got plenty of presents to suit (and tie) the Justin superfan in your life. Bonus points for a few boy band gifts, too! Take a look for a happy heartthrob holiday, then check out more helpful gift guides, including the best gifts for Charlie Hunnam fans! »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Foregoing the emotion at the core of Juan José Campanella’s Oscar-winning drama The Secret in Their Eyes, Billy Ray’s cold procedural remake (titled Secret in Their Eyes, evidently taking advice from Justin Timberlake’s Sean Parker) walks the walk, transplanting the story to a post-9/11 Los Angeles from 1970’s Argentina. The motivations are somewhat different this time around. Instead of writing a novel, Ray (Chiwetel Ejiofor) returns to his old stomping grounds to pay a visit to the one that got away: both his work crush Claire (Nicole Kidman) and a murder suspect whom he thinks he’s located.
The murder in question occurs adjacent to a mosque under surveillance by the joint counter terrorism task force. This partnership between the local FBI field office, in 2002, is led by a prosecutor with political ambition named Morales (Alfred Molina). The women raped and murdered is Carolyn Cobb (Zoe Graham »
- John Fink
This Sunday, the Force will be with choral students and orchestra nerds around the world. The 2015 American Music Awards will pay homage to the imminent release of the newest Star Wars installment, The Force Awakens, and the series' legendary score composer John Williams by enlisting the chart-topping group Pentatonix. The vocal quintet will lend its pristine harmonies to a medley of the Star Wars score backed by a full orchestra.
The a cappella group, winner of Season 3 of the reality competition The Sing-Off, is known for its ebullient and inventive »
It’s been 16 years since the last tsunami of ex-Disney stars engulfed pop music with 'N Sync (and Justin Timberlake), Britney Spears, and Christina Aguilera. Collectively, the teenage former Mouseketeers sold tens of millions of albums and embarked on fully fledged adult careers. Now well into their 30s, Timberlake, Spears, and Aguilera remain everywhere, and set a template for transitioning from kid-friendly TV to teen-pop to megastar in the modern age. So why does this generation’s wave feel so much bigger? Probably because the Mouseketeer formula has become remarkably easy to replicate, both by Disney and rival Nickelodeon, and the airwaves have become overcrowded with grown-up versions of childhood stars. Disney alums Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez both debuted fully grown albums with frank talk about sex and breakups last month; ex–Jonas Brother Nick is reaching new “Levels” with his adult R&B; Nickelodeon star Ariana Grande is »
- Andrew Hampp
On Today's Show Josh Duggar Sued by a Porn Star for Battery Justin Timberlake Had a Fun Night with the Paps Tamar Braxton's Scary Medical Crisis Caitlyn Jenner Defends Her Family's Reputation Skype Us Tmztvshow Tweet Us Tweet to @Tmzlive Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Did you enjoy this Justin Timberlake–Chris Stapleton duet? Well, you might get to hear more of Jt's country fare in the near future, as Timbaland told TMZ that he and the Tennessee singer-songwriter want to dig more into the genre. "It's only right that we try to tap into [country]," the Virginia-born producer said, referencing the possibility of a country album in a confusing way that would make Val Kilmer's Facebook proud. "You know what, now that you put it out there: Why not?" Translation: Don't necessarily get your hopes up, but definitely get your hopes up. »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
[[tmz:video id="0_5k1v5o34"]] Justin Timberlake was on his game -- his country game, his drinking game, and his trash talking game -- as he walked out of a Chris Stapleton concert in L.A. ... and the video is Hilarious! Justin went to see his "Tennessee Whiskey" pal play the El Rey Theater Monday night, and it sounds like Jt threw down a few during the show. It's hysterical ... as photogs scramble to get shots of Justin leaving, he »
- TMZ Staff
[[tmz:video id="0_e97o0ph6"]] Hip-hop and R&B producer supreme Timbaland is ready to get his twang on, y'all ... and he's gonna do it with his pal Justin Timberlake. Timbaland was on TMZ Live Tuesday and we brought up Jt bringing down the house at the CMAs with his Chris Stapleton duet. Since Timberlake and Timbaland are connected at the musical hip ... we had to know if a country record was in the works. Tim told us, "We are country! »
- TMZ Staff
The Internet owes Lance Bass a big thank you for this incredible picture of young Justin Timberlake and Ryan Gosling. In July, Lance took to social media to share a photo of Justin, Ryan, and Jennifer McGill, joking, "#Fbf to that time when a 3-way meant something completely different!!" Of course, fans have definitely heard stories about the former Mickey Mouse Club stars' friendship. Back in 2011, Justin told Vanity Fair that he and Ryan used to steal golf carts and drive around the park to get milkshakes, saying, "We thought we were big sh*t." Earlier in the year, Lance shared yet another incredible throwback picture of Justin when he posted an old photo of *Nsync and the Spice Girls hanging out at the airport together. Check out more must-see celebrity flashbacks plus the best *Nsync GIFs. »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Final stats are in: 9.3 million viewers caught Donald Trump’s Saturday Night Live hosting gig. While not a Gop debate-sized crowd, it’s SNL’s biggest overall audience since 2013. Specifically, Trump copped the NBC late-night show’s biggest crowd since the December 21, 2013 episode featuring Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake. Trump’s performance among 18-49 year olds was the franchise’s best since January 24 of this year, featuring host and musical guest Blake Shelton… »
Yup, it's definitely "Bieber Week" alright. On Wednesday, Justin Bieber casually tweeted Justin Timberlake, writing, "@jtimberlake good seeing you and thanks for the kind words. Means a lot." Two hours later, Justin replied with a short yet supportive response telling Bieber to "keep up the good work." But that wasn't the best part! Justin went as far as to refer to Bieber as "lil bro," which just further solidified our love for them both. See their full Twitter exchange below, and then check out which other famous star Bieber hung out with that same day. @jtimberlake good seeing you and thanks for the kind words. Means a lot — Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) November 12, 2015 You too. Keep up the good work, lil' bro. https://t.co/SthPhZlaL5 — Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) November 12, 2015 »
- Monica Sisavat
Ellen DeGeneres celebrated her 2,000th “Ellen” show on Thursday with surprise guests and an awesome honor. First, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Timberlake — the first two guests in the history of the program — dropped by unannounced to share some time with their favorite daytime talkshow host. DeGeneres — and a super-enthusiastic crowd — had no idea that they were in the building. After a little playful banter, the duo brought out an even bigger surprise: Warner Bros. TV President Peter Roth joined them all on stage to honor Ellen with a rare token of appreciation. Warner Bros. secretly renamed Stage »
- Tony Maglio
Ellen DeGeneres celebrated a major milestone on Thursday: the 2,000th episode of her hit show! For the first time, Ellen was left completely in the dark about who her guests would be. In addition to being surprised by Jennifer Aniston, who was Ellen's first guest ever, Justin Timberlake made a sweet and hilarious appearance. Peter Roth, president and Cco of Warner Bros. Television Group, also came out to announce that for only the fourth time in the 90-year history of Warner Bros., they are dedicating Stage One to The Ellen DeGeneres Show and it will officially be named the "Ellen" stage. Watch Jen and Justin's surprises above, Peter's dedication below, and then check out Ellen grilling Justin Bieber about his nude photo scandal. »
- Caitlin Hacker
Could this Be more random? Jennifer Aniston and Justin Bieber aren't the most likely besties, although they both have a connection to Selena Gomez, Jen does like guys named Justin, and when you're a star of "Friends" everyone just assumes they can join your squad.
Jb posted this black-and-white photo with the "Friends" alum about 14 hours ago, and it already has more than 1.1 million likes:
A photo posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on Nov 11, 2015 at 4:35pm Pst
That's a lot of likes (so far), but not the most on Bieber's Instagram and still nowhere near the more than 3.2 million record-breaking "likes" Kendall Jenner got for this hair pic. Not that it's a competition. But seriously. Jennifer Aniston must defeat the Kardashians. It is her density destiny.
As People noted, this selfie was probably taken at "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," which is celebrating Bieber Week and yes that's a thing. »
- Gina Carbone
Music award shows, pointless as they may seem to indifferent viewers, mean a whole lot to the artists. (Just ask Kanye.) Take Chris Stapleton: Up until last week's CMAs — where he performed with Justin Timberlake and beat out several country-music superstars in the night's biggest categories — Stapleton was just another prolific songwriter (for everyone from Adele to Luke Bryan) who'd taken a stab at a solo career with this year's terrific Traveller. But thanks in huge part to the Country Music Association's surprising support for the newcomer on prime-time TV, he's quickly on his way to becoming country music's next household name. His debut album is now the No. 1 album in the country, six months after its initial release. Billboard reports that Traveller sold more copies in the last week (177,000) than it has since it was released in May (just 96,000 by October 29), when it »
- Dee Lockett
When Donald Trump hosted “Saturday Night Live” in 2004, he held forth in multiple sketches, like a spoof of “Regis and Kathie Lee” and a fake ad for “Donald Trump’s House of Wings.” In 2015, the show was considerably more stingy with his time.
Trump, the leading Republican candidate for U.S. President, was spotted on screen for just about 12 minutes, according to Variety‘s measurement of the episode, and possibly a little less. In contrast, Amy Schumer was on screen for between 25 minutes and 26 minutes when she hosted the October 10th broadcast of the program and Miley Cyrus was on camera for between 21 minutes and 22 minutes when she hosted the venerable late-night series’ 41st season opener on October 3.
Though Trump carried the opening monologue (with some help from Larry David and impressions by Taran Killam and Darrell Hammond) and appeared in the entirety of the show’s second sketch of the evening, »
- Brian Steinberg
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