Justin Timberlake reportedly plans to donate his $3 million Super Bowl party appearance fee to charity.
The actor-and-singer is currently making his music comeback following the release of Suit & Tie, his first new single in several years. Justin has a series of high-profile performances coming up, and returned to the stage over the weekend for an hour-long concert. He was accompanied by a ten-piece band and welcomed guest appearances from Jay-Z and Timbaland for his live concert at the star-studded DirectTV Super Bowl party.
According to New York Post, Justin was paid $3 million to perform and he will reportedly give that sum away to charity.
Stars including Sir Paul McCartney, Sofía Vergara and John Legend applauded as Justin entertained the crowd, before finishing off his set with SexyBack.
Justin wasn’t the only famous face showing off his vocal talents at a glitzy party over the Super Bowl weekend.
Jamie Foxx performed a series of songs, including some Ray Charles covers, at a private house in New Orleans. He kicked off with a rendition of the Eurythmics hit Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) and was apparently eager to remind fellow revellers know who was performing.
“Jamie Foxx has announced that his name is Jamie Foxx six times so far and he’s only on his third song,” one guest remarked to the New York Post.
Jennifer Hudson also took to the stage and performed a duet with Jamie during his 45-minute set.
Stars attending the bash included Flo Rida, Kellan Lutz, Olivia Munn and Kate Walsh.
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Monday, 04. February 2013