December 19, 2017
When the NFL announced in October that Justin Timberlake will perform at halftime of Super Bowl LII, one of the actor-pop star's first promises was no wardrobe malfunctions, with or without Janet Jackson by his side.
Timberlake, 36, is expected next year to release his first full-length album since 2013, a project his Super Bowl performance will only help in generating buzz.
Over the weekend, West Philly's own Will Smith officially joined Instagram. It's a bold step for the 49-year-old actor, who previously relied exclusively on a Facebook page to reach his fans.
One of the first people to congratulate Smith was Justin Timberlake.
Welcome to Instagram @willsmith. This is called a #TBT. Which means Throwback Thursday. Which is a photo you post on Thursdays that you like, that was taken in the past. I like this photo because it’s a photo of you and me. And we look like we are having a serious conversation about something very important. And that makes me feel important.
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Smith, who already has 2.4 million followers, sent Timberlake a special message back.
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