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Justin Timberlake will spend the week of March 11 as the exclusive musical performer on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," NBC announced Thursday.

The collaboration between Fallon and Timberlake goes back to Fallon's "Saturday Night Live" days. The two first paired up for "The Barry Gibb Talk Show" back in 2003, and have reprised the Bee Gees characters several times since on "SNL." When Fallon took over "Late Night," Timberlake has been a frequent guest, appearing on the very first episode.

One of their most popular comedy bits on "Late Night" is the recurring "History of Rap" medleys. Fallon recently took home a Grammy for his album "Blow Your Pants Off," which included a "History of Rap" featuring Timberlake's vocals.

Timberlake will appear on "Late Night" as promotion for his upcoming album "The 20/20 Experience," his first in seven years. He is also hosting "SNL" on March 9, immediately before launching into his week-long "Late Night" stint. »

- The Huffington Post

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