Timberlake, who is over six feet tall, with luminous blue eyes and a completely unlined face, is devoted to keeping his body in a state of perfection.“I did, like, 10,000 of those jumps today,” he deadpans, though I have a feeling he probably did about a tenth of those—still more than most humans could handle.• Lou Pearlman: boy-band impresario, convict (Bryan Burrough, November 2007) • The Jessica Biel Curve (Jim Windolf, September 2006) • The lowdown on Mila Kunis (James Wolcott, January 2011) • Behind the star, there’s a stage mom (Judith Newman, November 2007) • Michael Jackson’s Thriller tour (Nancy Griffin, July 2010) What next?Former NSYNC frontman Justin Timberlake ditched his frosted tips for a solo career that’s taken off big-time, and he and wife Jessica Biel have become one of Hollywood’s top power couples.The pair welcomed a son, Silas, in 2015 and reportedly purchased a Tribeca penthouse for million in March of this year.He crawls out of bed all alone to brush his teeth, take a pee with his two boxer dogs, and make himself a cup of coffee and a breakfast sandwich with eggs and sausage.He answers a few e-mails, noodles around on his guitar while absentmindedly watching television, then drives down from the hills to a private gym, where his trainer puts him through a set of plyometrics, a form of leg strengthening that involves moving from squatting to jumping in rapid succession.On that, Timberlake had been undecided until yesterday, when the idea came to mind to visit a museum. I want to go to the Dodgers game if I feel like it. Cool, let’s do that.' I’ve never really given myself the opportunity to be spontaneous.” In fact, Timberlake says that since his 30th birthday, at the end of January, for the first time in his life he’s done “nothing,” spending most of his time either simply “sitting still,” “enjoying the breeze on the top of Mulholland,” or, on the other hand, enjoying the Zen state that comes with helicoptering into backcountry snowboarding areas near Yellowstone National Park, where he spent more than a month this winter. I’ll get to go to a bunch of countries, hang out.” He makes a tight left turn, following traffic.He puts on a big nubby wool cap from American Apparel, which makes him look vaguely like a snake charmer from a cold climate, and begins piloting his gleaming Audi R8—a car possessed of so many blingy accoutrements that it feels like riding in a spaceship designed by Gucci—around town. “I figure I can go on like this until the end of the year,” he says, both hands on the steering wheel, driving slowly and peacefully, like a dowager in a Cadillac. The only job I have to do is promote the films that are coming out, and I’m really looking forward to that.” You’re looking forward to your junkets? “You know, where I’m at in my life, I’m alone and being in it, in each moment: good, bad, ugly, pretty—all of it, take it as it comes.” He takes a deep breath. The fact is, I look back, and I made a lot of choices because I felt I needed to be validated.
His critically acclaimed second album Future Sex/Love Sounds (2006), characterized by its diversity in music genres, debuted atop the U. Billboard 200 and produced the Hot 100 number-one singles "Sexy Back", "My Love", and "What Goes Around... Established as a solo artist worldwide, his first two albums both exceeded sales of 10 million copies.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel had a beautiful October wedding in Italy in 2012 and welcomed their first child together, Silas, in April 2015, but their cute moments started way before either milestone.
We're taking a look at the rest of their sweetest snaps, from working the red carpet to riding bikes.
Timberlake resumed his music career in 2013 with his third and fourth albums The 20/20 Experience and The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2, exploring neo soul styles, partly inspired by the expansive song structures of 1960s and 1970s rock.
The former became the best-selling album of the year in the US with the largest sales week, and spawned the top-three singles "Suit & Tie" and "Mirrors", while the latter produced the top-ten song "Not a Bad Thing".