Justin Timberlake Did Not Take His Wedding to Jessica Biel Completely Seriously
As a triple-threat superstar (even if he seems content to only be a single threat), Justin Timberlake can get married however he likes. If he wants to exclude the other members of ‘N Sync on his dream-day, he can! If he wants to jump around like a goofball on his official wedding magazine shot, so be it!
People magazine this morning unveiled the first official shot of Timberlake’s wedding to 7th Heaven actress Jessica Biel, and it’s a doozy. J-Tim shows off some impressive hops (a memory of his “Bye Bye Bye” days?) while his blushing bride adopts a more subdued look in pink. The lovely scene is interrupted, though, by a cutout teasing the latest shocking news about Timberlake’s ex Britney Spears—a bitchy juxtaposition, or just a sign that the bubblegum days are so far behind us that no one at the magazine noticed the connection?
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