Justin Timberlake has a lot on his mind at all times, and because of it, he’s known to get stressed out. But hey, don’t you go getting all upset for him now, because it’s not as bad as it seems. He’s figured out a way to deal with life’s pressures, and it includes boring sports and pillow punching.
From Star magazine (via 4Music):
The actor-and-singer has revealed how he maintains a sense of calm and serenity in his life. Justin admits he is prone to the odd outburst though.
“I use everything as therapy. I play golf, write songs, punch pillows,” he smiled in an interview with British magazine Star. “We’ve all done it. You get so mad that you punch a wall and then you break your hand or something. It’s like the dumbest thing we do as humans.”
Actually, Justin, I’ve never done that. When I get really stressed and/or angry, I have a nice, long profanity-laced rant. Or a nice long nap. Anyway, FACES are for punching, not walls? (I kid, I kid.)
Come on, prove Justin right – how many of you have punched walls before?
May 19, 2013 at 4:30 pm by Jennifer
3Well, That’s Nice, I Suppose: Justin Timberlake Calls His Marriage to Jessica Biel a “Good Decision”
You would hope any married person would consider getting hitched to his or her spouse a “good decision”, but apparently Justin Timberlake feels this is a talking point that needs clarification, as he told Ellen DeGeneres on her show that he’s reminded when he’s with wife Jessica Biel sometimes that making her his wife was a pretty smart move.
“Every once in a while I catch a glimpse of her when she doesn’t see me looking, and I have this moment where I’m like, ‘If you never make a good decision – if you only make bad decisions for the rest of your life – you’ve made one really good decision.”
“It’s nice to marry your friend. It’s nice to marry your best friend. It suits me.”
Aw, isn’t that sweet? I do actually think Jussica (I’m making that up as I go along, so just go with it) make a cute couple and it’s promising that their relationship hasn’t spent too much time in the public eye, so it just may work long term. Plus, friendship is an important base to ANY relationship, so they’ve got that going for them. She’s his ‘Mirror’! It’s all so sweet!
Anyway, here’s Justin talking about marriage on The Ellen DeGeneres Show:
April 25, 2013 at 7:30 am by Jennifer
6Justin Timberlake Says Jimmy Fallon Interrupted His Wedding Speech, But It’s Okay Because They Then Did Improv Together
Justin Timberlake is funny, I’ll give him that – mostly all of his appearances on Saturday Night Live have been above par and he seems like he has a pretty good sense of humour, though they need to switch it up a bit and give him some new original sketches instead of rehashing the singing, costume-wearing salesman nonsense. I can’t complain about the Festrunk Brothers, because they’re hilarious.
But that’s neither here nor there. Justin is good pals with former SNL star Jimmy Fallon in real life, and the latter was one of the esteemed guests at Justin’s wedding to Jessica Biel, where he decided to start telling jokes in the middle of Justin’s wedding speech. In general, this would have been obnoxious and pretty rude, but because Jimmy’s a comedian and Justin thinks he’s one, too, they just started doing an improv bit together and everyone loved it! Hurrah!
Writing about Fallon for TIME Magazine‘s 100 Most Influential People article, Timberlake said:
Picture this: I’m in the heart of an impromptu speech at my wedding reception in front of 150 guests, pouring it out to my lovely new bride. You could hear a pin drop. I paused for just a moment in between thoughts. And then there was Jimmy, shouting a joke from his seat, sparking an improv between the two of us that went on for a good five or 10 minutes and had all our guests roaring with laughter. Interrupting the groom’s speech at the wedding reception? Cracking jokes when your buddy is looking desperately for the words to say that he hopes his wife will remember forever? It turned into a moment that everyone there will remember forever. Anyone else would have bombed on that stage. And then I would have kicked their ass.
But this was Jimmy Fallon.
He just can’t help himself. And neither can we.
I mean, I get it – I love jokes and Jimmy Fallon is pretty great, but if I was Jessica Biel and my husband was making a really emotional speech about our love or whatever bullshit happens at weddings, I’d be pretty pissed if someone started making jokes and starting a comedy bit. Then again, I like to be the center of attention, so maybe that’s just me.
“Real People, Fake Arms” is great, though (as is Steve Carell, who is a really nice guy, to boot):
April 19, 2013 at 10:30 am by Jennifer
As we all remember, Ryan Gosling was on Mickey Mouse Club back in the day with the likes of Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake, and of course there was a lot of free time between singing cheesy songs and drinking milkshakes in a ’50s-themed diner set or whatever the hell they did (I can’t remember much about it as I was more of a Kids Incorporated fan). How did they entertain themselves? By playing spin the bottle, of course!
Ryan told Metro:
‘Britney was a sweetheart. She lived right above me, the girl next door. The little girl I used to play basketball and spin the bottle with,’ said the 32-year-old.
Sadly, the Drive star, who dates Eva Mendes, says he and Spears are like strangers in the night these days.
Asked if they still hang out now JT is out the way, Ryan said: ‘Not really. I mean, sometimes you are at the same event, but it’s a lot like I imagine what it’s like to run into someone from elementary school.’
I love the idea of a baby Britney and Ryan getting their kiss on as pre-teens. And if Brit’s later cheating is anything to go by, maybe this was happening behind Justin’s back! Oh, snaaaaap! #90sgossip
Anyway, news must’ve been slow for this to even be brought up since it was decades ago (how old do you feel thinking about that?), but it’s clear now that Ryan Gosling was a little Lothario even before puberty.
April 8, 2013 at 9:30 am by Jennifer
Jamie Lynn Spears, younger sister of Britney, tweeted something vaguely ominous to Justin Timberlake — and then deleted it. She posted a photo of her, JT, and Brit Brit in a car, while alluding to knowing that his song “Cry Me A River” was written about her sister. Thankfully someone screencapped it before it was lost into the vortex of time. See for yourself:
She GETS IT, guys.
And of course something this juicy had to be deleted. This isn’t Amanda Bynes’ twitter. Little Spears deleted it and then tweeted this vague explanation for the JT shout out:
Even though Miss Jamie Lynn is a celebrity and knew Mr. Timberlake at one point in time, this still feels like one of those awkward tweets where a fan tweets a celebrity and hopes that they’ll respond.
Anyway, Justin “You Know You Suck As An Actor, Right?” Timberlake is well over Britney at this point and now writes songs about his grandparents, or whatever.
April 6, 2013 at 4:00 pm by Catherine St. Ives
In a turn of events that will surprise exactly no one, Justin Timberlake has admitted that he’s done plenty of drugs in his day. Hilariously, most of the “substances” he’s taken have all been at Coachella, where he tripped balls in the middle of open fields while Weezer played on stage. Weezer! LOL, I can’t with you, Justin.
I’ve been to Coachella many times, on many different, um, substances. I’ve been to Coachella many times but not remembered a lot of it, I’ll leave it at that. But I remember I used to go to Coachella a long time ago. I remember Coachella when there wasn’t like, paparazzi and stuff there. Like, I stood in an open field and one year I saw Nine Inch Nails and the next year I saw Weezer and I was standing in the middle of the field, you know, like tripping my mind out.
Oh, the good old days of Coachella… or something. This isn’t too much of a story considering, like I said, that no one will be surprised about this. More important – has anyone else tried out the new MySpace since Justin bought it out? I tried out the beta version and admittedly didn’t “get it” right away, but it looks really slick and modern, so A+ for aesthetics.