Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears Back Together? Ex-Lovers Working On A New Song?
Could there be a possibility that Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears are finally back in each other’s arms?Advertisement
The former NSYNC singer and “The New Mickey Mouse Club” star started dating in 1999, but their relationship reportedly ended in 2002.
He got married to American actress Jessica Biel in 2012, while she tied the knot with American dancer and rapper Kevin Federline in 2004.
While his romance with his wife still stays strong until now, his ex-girlfriend got divorced from her husband in 2007.
Amid their separation more than a decade ago, a new report suggested that Justin Timberlake and Britney might be back together once more.
However, it would not be something romantic anymore, according to E! News.
The entertainment site dished that the 35-year-old “Give It To Me” singer and 34-year-old “Oops!… I Did It Again” artist might collaborate in new project.
Asked to react to Britney Spears’s admission about being interested to work with her former beau, Justin Timberlake appeared to be excited with the idea.
“She did? Sure! Absolutely, absolutely,” he quipped. “I have a 17-month-old, so I don’t get the headline news.”
“I apologize for not being in the know,” the father of Silas added about not privy of the said statement from the “…Baby One More Time” singer.
To further convince their fans that he supports the possibility of doing a collaboration with Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake shared that he is “accessible” and that he is ready for any call from the former’s camp.
In the meantime, entertainment blogger Perez Hilton alleged that J.T. might still be singing “Can’t Stop The Feeling” to the woman who used to own his heart.
Back in May, his reaction during an interview together with co-star Anna Kendrick for their movie “Trolls” might just be a proof of this possibility.
Accordingly, when the word “pinky” was mentioned, Justin Timberlake “goes all to pieces,” allegedly because it was his pet name for Britney Spears when they were still an item.