random game photos

random game photos

With Justin on break from touring due to vocal cord issues, not many updates are happening… so I decided to just pick a random topic and post some pics… why not?

It’s no surprise to anyone that Justin is a huge Los Angelos Lakers fan, so I chose that as my subject. Below are a few albums of pictures from 2002 to present of games he has attended.

   

Life and style scans

Life and style scans

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People magazine scans

People magazine scans

First let me start by saying how I can not stand the fact that Justin has never made It into people’s sexiest man list, and people like jimmy Kimmel do!

Now that I have vented, I’ll continue!

Although the editors of People don’t find JT visually appealing, his marriage and swagger seem to make the cut. Check out the scans from this weeks’ issue of People.

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Vancouver shows postponed

Vancouver shows postponed

So as you all know Justin has been told my his doctor to not stress his vocal cords during this time. Unfortunately his voice is his job, and therefor some shows have been postponed for later in the year and now that includes his upcoming Canadian shows.

Ticketmaster has listed the shows to a new date being February 14 and 15.

GQ Russia scans

GQ Russia scans

Ummmm us needs to get It together lol why has every other country that offers “GQ” made him the cover story but us lol

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Star magazine scans

Star magazine scans

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The tonight show coverage

The tonight show coverage

Despite not being able to speak, Justin sure kept us laughing while promoting his new book on the Tonight Show earlier. check out the videos and photos from the show here on Worldofjustin.

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check out screen captures in the gallery!

Hindsight photos

Hindsight photos

As most of you probably know Justin’s book arrives on store shelves today (if you didn’t know, head over to target and get the exclusive version).. and as usual we at woj did our job and have brought you some of the content! Obviously we don’t want to share too much because you should go buy the book, but wanted to share some of the sexiness. Click the link below to view the gallery.

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Justin Timberlake writes how Jessica Biel changed his life

Justin Timberlake writes how Jessica Biel changed his life

The following is an excerpt of Hindsight: And All the Things I Can’t See in Front of Me, the forthcoming book written by Justin Timberlake. In the excerpt, Timberlake reflects on his marriage to actress Jessica Biel. The book publishes on Oct. 30, and is available for pre-order.

I wrote the song “mirrors” for my wife. We were living together at the time. We weren’t engaged yet. In fact, it was years before I proposed.

The song didn’t come out until just before we got married, years later. The video became a dedication to my grandparents. I learned about long-lasting love from them.

I know that’s what I have with my wife.

When I met Jess, it was undeniable how beautiful she is. We were at a surprise party in Hollywood at a speakeasy kind of a bar, a private club, and we were standing around in a group of people. I made some sort of sarcastic comment, really dry. Nobody got it except her. She laughed, and I noticed, all of a sudden, and in the way where you wonder if a person’s like you, if they have a very dry, dark sense of humor, too.

We talked that night. The DJ played “Lucky Star,” and we danced. And then she was gone.

I didn’t ask for her number. It wasn’t the time. But I was thinking about her. Thoughts kept leaping into my mind: I’m kind of really interested in that girl. There was just something about that girl. Kind of interested in that girl. Goddamn it.

I had to psych myself up. I had to remind myself that I was me—giving myself a pep talk, shadowboxing with myself, rubbing my own shoulders.

Time went by.

Justin Timberlake’s New Book ‘Hindsight’ Details His Rise to Fame

Justin Timberlake’s New Book ‘Hindsight’ Details His Rise to Fame

Justin Timberlake may be used to putting his thoughts into lyrics, but in his new book, the singer is putting pen to paper, revealing some of the biggest moments — and missteps — from his career.

Out this Tuesday in bookstores and online, “Hindsight: & All the Things I Can’t See in Front of Me” is a collection of anecdotes and reflections that touch on Timberlake’s rise to fame, his celebrity friends, and how he’s juggling his constant search for perfection with his role as a husband and father. Mixed in throughout the book are hundreds of candid images from the singer and actor’s personal archives.

“These are my memories, these are my thoughts in the middle of the night, these are the images I see as I close my eyes to go to sleep, [and] these are the stories I will tell my son as he grows,” Timberlake writes in the introduction to the book.

Coming in at just under 300 pages, “Hindsight” is less an autobiography or memoir as it is a curated personal scrapbook of observations, memories, and photographs. Timberlake’s editor, Elizabeth Sullivan, calls it, “experiential” and says “it’s a highly designed mix of stories, memories, musings, and personal images. You can open it up anywhere and read a vignette or look at a series of photographs or wild graphics. But in the end, the elements come together to create an exciting portrait of an artist and human being.”

One of the more telling passages captures the drama behind the scenes as Timberlake was writing his hit song, “Cry Me a River” (long rumored to have been about his ex-girlfriend, Britney Spears). Then just a 21-year-old on the cusp of releasing his first solo album, Timberlake says he finished the song in two hours because he had “been scorned” and “been pissed off.” “The feelings I had were so strong I had to write it,” he says. “People heard me and they understood it because we’ve all been there.”

Known for his Southern-bred charm and charisma, Timberlake is using the book to reveal a different side of him: one that has “struggled,” in his words, “to find an inner calm and strength.” Speaking candidly about his high-profile relationships and new fatherhood, Timberlake says he’s been working to identify the things that make him tick, in order to block out distractions and re-focus his attention on the things that matter. “With hindsight, I can see that, of course, I’ve made mistakes along the way.” But, he writes, “I find courage in the idea that our mistakes can empower us. Big or small, the moments we create lead us forward, over a new threshold.”

Though he started out as a teen heartthrob, Timberlake says, “it’s no longer just about me. I have a wife (actress Jessica Biel), a child — a family. It’s terrifying. It’s invigorating. It’s more meaningful than anything I’ve ever been a part of.”

The book does feature moments of levity as well. Timberlake dedicates a section of the book to his friendship with Jimmy Fallon, calling the “Tonight Show” host not only a great collaborator, but a close friend. “We’re nonstop when we’re together,” Timberlake writes, in a page subtitled “Bros Being Bros.” “We just take turns being fire and kerosene.”

For her part, Biel, Timberlake says, calls his relationship with Fallon the “fastest game of ping-pong she’s ever seen, almost impossible to keep up with.”

In a video posted to Instagram this week, Timberlake shared his excitement about the book launch and teased a special section about the making of his viral hit, “D— in a Box.” Fans of the multi-hyphenate can also expect stories from some his favorite roles on TV and in film (including “The Social Network” and “Friends With Benefits“), along with backstage photos from his concert tours and performances.

“Hindsight: & All the Things I Can’t See in Front of Me” will be released on Oct. 30 on hardcoverthough Harper Collins. It’s already shot to No. 1 on the Amazon best-sellers list. The new book arrives on the heels of Timberlake’s clothing collaboration with Levi’s, “Fresh Leaves,” which hit stores and online earlier this month. The “Say Something” singer is also wrapping up his “Man of the Woods” tour, which finishes its run at the end of January.