Justin Timberlake performs at star-studded bash

Feb 3 2013, 12:46pm CST | by

Justin Timberlake performs at star-studded bash

Justin Timberlake was joined on stage by Jay-Z at his first concert in five years.

The 32-year-old singer performed his new hit 'Suit & Tie' with the rapper, as well as other new material including 'Pusher Love Girl' and 'That Girl' from his upcoming third album at a pre-Super Bowl charity event in New Orleans on Saturday night (02.02.13).

A source told the MailOnline.com that the six-time Grammy Award winner's new material from 'The 20/20 Experience', which will be released next month, was well received by the star-studded invite-only audience, which included Paul McCartney and his third wife, Nancy Shevell, 'Twilight Saga' star Peter Facinelli, 'Modern Family' actress Sofia Vergara, 'Nashville' star Hayden Panettiere and David Arquette.

The 'Like I Love You' singer will take the stage again on February 10 when he performs at the 2013 Grammy Awards and will perform his first official comeback concert at the Hollywood Palladium later that night, tickets for which sold out in a matter of minutes.

The 'Friends with Benefits' actor - who married his girlfriend of four years Jessica Biel in Italy in October - enjoyed his first performance, which helped to benefit the Shriners Hospitals For Children and was hosted by cable company DirectTV at the DTV Superfan Stadium.

Meanwhile, Jay-Z is performing another collaboration with his wife Beyonce, 31, today (02.03.13), who is providing the entertainment at the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show.

She recently revealed her secret to remaining composed, saying: "When I get nervous or I don't have everything together I like to make love to my husband."

Her performance tonight could be seen by over 150 million people around the world, and the singer admitted those feelings of nerves will be creeping in.

The 'Love On Top' hitmaker added: "I've been preparing for five months for this moment. I'm happy I'll have my husband there with me - it's every women's dream to feel this way about her husband."

Beyonce is also rumored to be reuniting with her Destiny's Child band mates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams to perform one of their biggest hits during the show.

Source: Bang Showbiz

 
 
 

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