Justin Timberlake thrilled fans with a six-song set in Los Angeles last night, even though he was feeling under the weather.
Justin Timberlake claimed “women are crazy” as he performed in Los Angeles last night.
The singer-and-actor entertained fans lining Hollywood Boulevard on Tuesday for his Jimmy Kimmel Live! outdoor concert. Introducing his hit song Cry Me a River, which was apparently written about his ex-girlfriend Britney Spears, Justin vented about the opposite sex.
“Women are crazy,” he told the crowd. “Like, f**king crazy. Sometimes you gotta let ‘em know.”
However, he clearly was only joking and as he transitioned into Rock Your Body, he quipped: “Enough of the emo R&B”.
Despite putting on a great show during the six-song set, Justin admitted he was feeling under the weather. He even begged fans to help him out by joining in with him.
“I’m gonna need your help tonight. If I’mma do this, I need to hear everyone singing,” he said. “I don’t want to see you big-time me. I know this is Hollywood. F**k all that.”
Justin then sent fans into a frenzy by playing his new single TKO.
“Y’all been listening to the radio? Y’all been streaming that album? Can I play something new?” he asked the crowd. “Y’all gonna go buckwild if I play this?!?”
Justin has been travelling all over the world to promote the release of the second half of his new album – The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2. He has also been gracing red carpets ahead of the release of his latest movie Runner Runner.
It seems he is eager to continue juggling his acting and music careers, by showing off his Spanish-speaking skills in a new film.
The 32-year-old star will play ‘70s music mogul Neil Bogart in a new biopic.
“I can barely speak English but I do have a pretty good ear, so I’m good at mimicking things that are told to me in Spanish,” he laughed. “If it was an all-Spanish-speaking movie I feel it would be my responsibility to learn the language, but, as it turned out, I play a guy from Princeton who has to learn a little Spanish. I know a little bit from travelling.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Wednesday, 25. September 2013