The Parents Television Council published an open letter to Timberlake on Thursday asking the 10-times Grammy victor to keep his performance, which is estimated to draw more than 100 million viewers, friendly and safe for children.
According to TMZ, Timberlake will be joined by a hologram of Prince, with the goal of honoring the late music icon in his hometown of Minneapolis, where the game (and halftime show) is being held. "I don't think it's my job to do that because you value the relationships that you do have with people".
Justin Timberlake struggles with new direction in 'Man of the Woods'
The 36-year-old singer - who has son Silas, two, with wife Jessica Biel - will headline the Halftime show at the National Football League showpiece game at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota this weekend, and revealed he's given reassurances that such an incident won't happen again.
In J.T.'s second studio album, Shock Value, he seemed to clap back at the legend with popular single "Give It to Me", in which he sings "Now if sexy never left, then why is everybody on my s**t?"
For one, his followers are going to want to hear Timberlake's hits, despite the fact he has a new album out titled "Man of the Woods". "I get to walk the hallowed, sacred ground of Paisley Park". There is speculation that Chris Stapleton, who duets with Timberlake on his new song "Say Anything" will also make an appearance during the performance. She doesn't wish him any ill will. But when asked if he was rooting for the Patriots or the Philadelphia Eagles, he punted: "Go, Pack, go", he said, referencing the Green Bay Packers, who didn't make the playoffs at all. Well, this year music fans can rejoice, Justin Timberlake will be performing. Bruh, I hope that lawsuit is swift and merciless. "I mean, I don't think it's my job to do that".
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Du Plessis shared partnerships of 74 with Chris Morris and 56 with Andile Phehlukwayo for the sixth and seventh wickets. When asked if he had suffered any injury while fielding, Du Plessis said, "Just a few battle scars".