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06/05/2012 4:03 PM
is he not doing a concert this year?
06/06/2012 3:31 PM
Mr. Timberlake, have you had your quarter-life crisis yet?
Quarter life crises are so last generation. (Laughs) I’ve never thought about it, but I can tell you that this year of my life has been the most different. I feel like I’ve learned so much every year since I turned 25. I feel like that was a turning point for me.
I just made this conscious decision to appreciate what I do have and not wanting what I don’t have. That way I feel like you’re able to pack in more memories. I feel like each year of my life since I turned 25 I’ve had so many more memories.
You certainly made a lot of memories before then too…
…I don’t remember anything before 25. (Laughs)
People are freaking out about their age earlier and earlier these days, some even starting Botox in their twenties.
(Laughs) I’m just trying to imagine Botox at 25.
I’ve heard it’s very normal in Hollywood.
It is. From my understanding, they do it so that when they get older it doesn’t look like such a shift. It’s more so that in the future they can hide that they had plastic surgery. They’ll start doing Botox early so that their skin stays tight until they’re 35 and then they’re 40 and then you never question when their skin looks older and then all of a sudden it looks completely different. It’s so that they can hide it more.
For some people it’s as normal as brushing your teeth.
Well, dental hygiene… I think that’s different.
Of course it is.
That’s like taking a bath, that’s not paying somebody for Botox.
Maybe it has to do with the wish for immortality. How important is that in your work, that it might last long after you’re dead?
I think the only way to achieve something that’s classic is to be in the moment. You don’t sit around and think, “Oh, I hope this is remembered forever!” You just have to be honest and I think that requires being in the moment. I don’t think you can worry about what is going to happen with something after that. I think the only thing that you can do is be honest and let the chips fall where they may.
When did you learn that?
Playing concerts and touring is very much about creating a moment. I think making music is about being in the moment as well. Being in the moment to me is more about when you don’t have to analyze what it is that you’re doing, when it just feels right. I think you find the same moments in acting, when you don’t have to go back and think about it. You don’t have to ask as many questions when you know what you felt when you were in the moment portraying that character.
Is that why a lot of people don’t enjoy watching themselves on screen?
Yeah, because then all of a sudden you’ll start judging it yourself and that’s not why you did it. To me, that’s not what any type of art is. I find it interesting that art gets judged, that some sort of price gets put on it. Honestly, there are a lot of similarities to that part of the industry and the way we classify people by how wealthy they are. How struggling can you be as an actor? How real can your music make me feel? I don’t know… My last album wasn’t real at all.
And that doesn’t bother you?
I’m not trying to compare myself to someone who’s as brilliant as John Lennon so please don’t write this like that…
I can’t make any promises.
If you do I’ll come find you. And stab you. (Laughs) But I never felt more vindicated than when I watched the movie Imagine and there’s this moment where a guy shows up on Lennon’s doorstep and says, “You wrote that song to me.” And Lennon is like… his reaction made me laugh. He’s like, [with mock English accent] “No, man. I take words and put them together. They don’t mean anything to me. I didn’t write that song to you… Now do you want something to eat?” When you take the pressure off of it… at the end of the day, we’re just actors and musicians and I don’t think we’re saving the world.
source The Talk
06/06/2012 4:02 PM
Hahaha...we believe you Justin
Also i love when he was talking about being in the moment 100% Agree
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06/08/2012 11:07 AM
Justin Timberlake’s friendship with Marine date grows
Cpl. Kelsey De Santis created a national stir last fall when she took to the Internet to ask celebrity Justin Timberlake to her Marine Corps birthday ball in a YouTube video. He said yes, and a friendship was born.
Seven months later, Timberlake returned the favor, asking De Santis to attend the 2012 Spike TV Guy’s Choice Awards event with him last weekend in Los Angeles.
In a phone interview, De Santis said it was surreal rubbing elbows with Adam Sandler, Channing Tatum, Aaron Rogers and other celebrities. She and her boyfriend sat with Timberlake at a table right near the stage.
It’s likely De Santis, who left active duty late last year, will appear on TV tomorrow night when Spike TV airs its coverage of the event. Timberlake won the Entertainer of the Year award, then asked De Santis to stand during his acceptance speech and recognized her.
“Thank you for inviting me — even for one night — to something so meaningful,” he said of the birthday ball, according to media reports. “While you were enlisting, I was put in a boy band.”
De Santis said she was surprised he thanked her, and found the experience surreal.
“I just remember seeing myself on screen,” she said, “and saying ‘Oh my God.’”
The invitation came just a few days before the event through Timberlake’s manager, De Santis said. She confessed to breaking out in giggles after seeing hearing Sandler exercise his trademark laugh nearby.
TV coverage airs Saturday at 9 p.m. on Spike TV.http://militarytimes.com/blogs/battle-rattle/2012/06/08/justin-timberlakes-friendship-with-marine-date-grows/
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06/08/2012 11:56 PM
bigley22 wrote:DiCaprio isn't actually in the movie, he's producing it. But we might get a few photos of him with Ben and Justin.
06/09/2012 11:14 AM
lilo1231 wrote:Wow, Mikayla, Justin said your name! http://youtu.be/46USIFdH3Lg
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