Justin Timberlake at Stade de France
Biography of Justin Timberlake
The beginnings of Justin Timberlake
Justin Randall Timberlake was born on 31 January 1981 in Memphis, a city in which many symbols of music began their careers (Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, BB King...).
His first television appearance took place on the "Star Search" show, under the name of Justin Randall.
The following year, he joined the Mickey Mouse Club, where he met other future singing stars: Christina Aguilera, JC Chasez and Britney Spears. He then had a relationship with her that lasted 3 years. In 1995, he joined NSYNC. Success was on the cards. In 2002, after their Celebrity tour, the band took a break and Justin Timberlake left. Between 2005 and 2007, Justin turned to the cinema and appeared in the films "Edison", "Alpha Dog" and "Southland Tales".
A successful solo career
On 5 November 2002, he released his first solo album, "Justified", which was a great success with 439,000 copies sold in the first week. This first album sold more than 7 million copies. The first two years of this solo career were very successful, with his tour and recording the song, "I'm Loving", which allowed him to win two Grammy Awards in 2004.
In 2006, he released his second solo album: "Future Sex/Love Sounds", followed by a tour in 2007. A massive hit, produced by the rapper Timbaland, with 12 million copies sold. In 2011, he appeared in the film "The Social Network". On 19 October 2012, he married the actress, Jessica Biel, with whom he had a baby boy. In March 2013, he released the first part of "The 20/20 Experience" where he collaborated with Jay-Z on his single, "Suit & Tie". In September 2013, he released the second part of "The 20/20 Experience" and followed that with a world tour.
Justin Timberlake’s previous concerts at Stade de France
April 2014The 20/20 Experience Tour
In November 2013, Justin Timberlake began a tour that lasted several months to present his latest album, "The 20/20 Experience", which ended at Stade de France on Saturday, 26 April in front of 50,000 fans.