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Justin Timberlake Helped True Love Take Its Course

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Justin Timberlake was performing in Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday night, where something very special happened. Apparently back in November, a fan named Josh got in touch with Timberlake’s people to ask if he could help him propose at the singer’s concert, and surprisingly, Justin said yes!

After singing ‘That Girl’ at the show, Justin called Josh and his girlfriend Kim to the stage and told Kim that Josh had something to tell her. The proposal happened, Kim said yes, everyone (including Justin) cheered, and true love prevailed at a Justin Timberlake concert. Go figure!

This is actually pretty cool that he went along with this. Maybe that’ll get people to stop being so mean to him!

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Quotables: Justin Timberlake Wants to Be a Country Star

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Justin Timberlake was on Sirius XFM’s The Highway earlier this week, where he declared that his dreams of being a country superstar are “still alive”. On The 20/20 Experience – Part 2, he’s got a song called ‘Drink You Away’, which is apparently country inspired… but he doesn’t want to stop there!

“I just did an interview earlier today and I said ‘I’m America, that’s what I am – in all sense of the word’. I grew up outside of Memphis, Tennessee, and I listened to country music, R&B music, classic rock… everything.

“I still got my eyes on a ‘Best Country Album’. There’s time for that.”

Well, I’m not so sure about that… and I think it would probably be career suicide, actually. Please don’t ever make a country album, Justin.

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Boo Hoo, Why Is Everyone So Mean to Justin Timberlake?

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Justin Timberlake just wants to entertain the world! He wants to sing and dance and act and brighten your day with his luminous talent… or something! So that’s why he doesn’t get why some critics are so mean and say things like “You shouldn’t make movies EVER AGAIN!” or “Ew, your music sucks!” After all, Justin is a grown man who’s found incredible success and has more millions of dollars than I have fucks to give, so it makes sense that what random people write in magazines would get to him, right?

From GQ:

“Where did all this vitriol come from? It’s mean. And I’m not cut out for it. [Runner, Runner] didn’t do well at the box office, so I should quit? Hold on a second. If I was somebody else, you wouldn’t have said that.

“I have the number one album this week, and I shouldn’t have released it? Come on, man. You sound like a dickhead. It just shocked me because, like, you’re trade magazines. None of your opinions count. And by the way, none of you can do it.”

Yeah, but maybe you’re kinda sounding like the bigger dickhead for responding to it and being so bothered? I feel like the most obvious rule of all, the most important rule created when it comes to haters is DON’T ENGAGE! If you respond in a butthurt way, you just look corny because you show it bothered you rather than continuing to live your life and doing you because that’s what you want to do.

Come on, Justin – you’ve been in this business long enough to know better. I’m going to need you to fill out this form:

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