In 2009, Justin won another Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series in his work on Saturday Night Live: Justin Timberlake/Ciara.
In 2007, Justin won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics in his work on Dick In A Box from Saturday Night Live: Justin Timberlake.
Justin appeared in a public service announcement along with several celebrities to encourage young people to vote in the 2008 US elections.
When filming The Love Guru, Justin needed to have his "package" digitally altered to reduce the size.
In Touch magazine voted Justin and Jessica Biel at the top of the 'Hottest Couples' list in May 2008.
At the 2007 American Music Awards, Justin was chosen as the 'Favorite Male Artist' for Pop or Rock category. His album "Future Sex/LoveSounds" was chosen as the 'Favorite Album' for Soul/R&B category.
At the 9th Annual GQ Men of the Year Awards, Justin was awarded "International Man" of the year for 2006.
In the Teen Choice Awards of 2007, Justin won both Choice Male Music Artist and Choice Music: Payback Track ("What Goes Around..."). He was also recognized as the "Ultimate Choice," TCA's version of a lifetime-achievement award.
Justin was chosen as one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive for 2007.
Justin was listed at #34 in Forbes magazine's Celebrity 100 of 2007.
Justin is currently dating actress Jessica Biel.
With his first two albums, Justin has sold over 15 million albums worldwide.
In May 2007, Justin revealed he was launching his own record label, Tennman Records. He will serve as chairman and CEO of the company.
In April 2007, it was revealed that Justin was collaborating with Madonna on her new album.
Justin is currently signed to Jive Records/Zomba Label Group (2007).
In February 2007, it was revealed that Justin has a fear of sharks, snakes and spiders, as well as dying unloved.
Justin and girlfriend Cameron Diaz broke up in December 2006.
Justin's best friends include Will.i.am from Black Eyed Peas and Timbaland, the producer. He is also good friends with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.
Justin and his pal Trace Ayala have launched a clothing line called "William Rast" in 2006. They came up with the name by combining their respective grandfathers' names.
In 2006, Justin took voice lessons to learn how to speak in a deeper voice because he lost out on two acting roles because he sounded more like a boy than an "action hero."
Justin recently auctioned a snowboarding session with him to help benefit the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The winning bidder paid $30,000! Who was the lucky winner? Justin's band-mate from *NSYNC, Lance Bass!
Justin is reportedly the only one in *NSYNC that doesn't want to make another album.
Justin has no plans for his music career in the near future, but he has been a star in several movies including Alpha Dog, Edison, and Shrek 3 (voice). He is planning to continue furthering his film career and has not announced any upcoming music projects.
Justin's video for Cry Me a River was voted the "22nd Greatest Music Video of All Time" in a Channel 4 (UK) poll.
Justin won Grammy Awards for Best Pop Vocal Album (Justified) and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance (Cry Me A River).
Justin was featured on the hit single, Where Is The Love? by pop/rap group Black Eyed Peas; however, he was not present in the music video.
Justin dated pop superstar Britney Spears--his co-star on The Mickey Mouse Club--on and off for four years; they announced their final breakup in May 2002.
Justin is a fan of singer Björk.
Justin asked his celebrity peers to help him raise funds for the victim of Hurricane Katrina by signing a T-shirt. He donated a limited-edition "Dance My Way Back To Dixieland" shirt from his new William Rast clothing line to the MTV show Total Request Live so that the celebrities who appear on the daily program could autograph it.
Justin toured with former Mouseketeer mate Christina Aguilera in 2003 for their "Justified/Stripped Tour".
Justin was a member of the National Beta Club, an organization for children in grades 5-12 that promotes character and leadership skills.
Justin cites his greatest fears as dying unloved, snakes, sharks, spiders, and getting knocked unconscious at a concert by the items fans throw on stage.
Justin sang at the Grand Ole Opry when he was just ten years old.
Justin collects candles and sports jerseys.
Justin founded his own charity, the Timberlake Foundation.
Justin's favorite ice cream is Baskin Robin's Daquiri Ice.
Justin joined *NSYNC at the age of 14.
Justin was born at 6:30pm on January 31, 1981.
Justin's parents are Lynn Harless and Randy Timberlake. He has two half-brothers, Jonathan and Steven; his step-mother's name is Lisa.
Justin is six feet, one inch tall.
Justin's solo disc "Justified" achieved triple platinum status.
Justin: My mother, I don't know how pregnant she was with me, but I know that she did a 10-year reunion recital with the people she used to take dance class with. I always joke around that my dance lesson was in the womb. I know that she used to say that. My father used to play in a band, and she used to say that I'd just sit there and bounce. I got my voice from my father.
Justin: (admitting he was so nervous when he met Michael Jordan, he wet himself) When I was young... I wanted to be Michael Jordan. It was weird, I heard (Gary Wright song) Dreamweaver in my head when he walked in the room. He was like, 'Hey man, my kids and I, we're big fans of your music,' and I was like, 'That's cool...' Up until the point where he walked away and I realised I had peed a little.
Justin: (upset that he is not recognised for the popularity of trucker caps) It's funny, I keep hearing Ashton Kutcher say how he was responsible for trucker caps. Me and my friend Trace Ayala were wearing them when we were seventeen.
Justin: Sexy, to me, is the way you carry what you have. I have a big nose, but I rock it.
Justin: (on hosting the 2008 ESPYs) I'm very excited to be hosting the 16th edition of The ESPYs. I can't wait for the day of the show as I'm truly a sports junkie. Since the last ESPYs, there have been amazing moments in sports and I'm looking forward to recapping all of them with ESPN's diehard fans.
Justin: (on inducting the Material Girl into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.) The world is full of Madonna wannabes. I might have even dated a couple. But there is truly only one Madonna.
Justin: I can play my music for millions of people, but I can't hit a golf ball in front of 20.
Justin: Christina Aguilera had that same voice when she was ten... She is, in my opinion, the best singer of my generation.
Justin: (On releasing his first solo album, JUSTIFIED) I have a little anxiety about doing this on my own, a little bit of a broken heart.
Justin: (on his and Britney's relationship) It was actually easier when people knew that me and Britney were together.
Justin: There's nothing wrong with shooting for the stars.
Justin: I'm not in this for the money because if I was, I would have jumped out after our first album.
Justin: There's nothing I've done that my mother doesn't know about.
Justin: (on his longevity) I could give you a bunch of analogies about why I'm still around that would sound like hippie self-help bullsh*t. I saw an opportunity and I took it. Sure there's a lot of luck involved. But on some level I have to believe in my ability. And I'm not apologising to anyone. I worked f**king hard to get here.
Justin: I grew up in Tennessee where you either play football or you don't do anything at all so I was a bit of a loner being interested in music. I was not cool. It was football or die! I would come to school, and was bit of an outcast but I wasn't bullied too much, thank God. But if I could say one thing to the kids who didn't think I was cool back then it would be, 'Eat it.'
Justin: I've had a good share of the spotlight. I don't feel I need too much of it right now. I want to write country music, because I grew up in Tennessee, and soul music.
Justin: (on his sex scene with Christina Ricci in "Black Snake Moan") The sex scene was pretty hot. I'm not going to say it doesn't feel weird pretending to f**k someone in front of a man with a sound boom, though.
Justin: (on celebrity magazines) I despise what they do. They create soap operas out of people's lives. ... It's a spin game, and I choose not to take part in it.
Justin: I've had girls pop out of hotel closets. It scared the s**t out of me. That was in my teenage days. Teenage girls are pretty crazy. Actually, no - older women are crazy too!
Justin: I was always removed from the whole idol thing. I cared so much about what I did that stuff didn't register. My parents instilled in me the mindset of always being humble, so I'd like to believe that all the teen idol stuff went in one ear and out of the other.
Justin: When I was 10 my stepfather bought me some shares in Wal-Mart. It was my first lesson in money. He taught me the right way to spend and save. I like nice things but when I'm in a store, I usually talk myself out of buying anything.
Justin & Cameron: (a joint statement released in January 2007) It has always been our preference not to comment on the status of our relationship, but, out of respect for the time we've spent together, we feel compelled to do so now, in light of recent speculation and the number of inaccurate stories that are being reported by the media. We have, in fact, ended our romantic relationship and have done so mutually and as friends, with continued love and respect for one another.
Justin: Love is the basis of everything. First you have good chemistry, and then you fall in love.
Justin: I don't like to have a bunch of people around me. My formula is to keep everything simple.
Justin: (On his and partner Trace Ayala's new clothing line) I love the way my grandfather looks--the way he stands up straight, with the respect that he's owed... Our grandfathers wear their clothes with dignity. And he would give me the shirt off his back, so I thought, we should just make him one.
Justin: Every relationship I've been in, I've overwhelmed the girl. They just can't handle all the love.
Justin: I had really awkward hair and terrible skin and I was really scrawny, I looked like a broccolini, not even a broccoli. I was long and skinny and my hair blossomed out on the top--I was a rally weird-looking kid.
Justin: I don't want to put too much pressure on myself but I'm getting itchy to be back on tour. I'm determined to find a way to juggle both careers.
Justin: Gossip is called gossip because it's not always the truth.
Justin: I've had bottles thrown at me--glass bottles full of piss--and I've had girls run on stage and try to tear my clothes off.
Justin: Everyone wants to know about my spirituality, and it's like, 'That's mine!'
Justin: I try to be humble about everything. I'm definitely blessed. I don't know how to analyse success, but I'm happy.
Justin: (on his best friend, Trace) We've been friends my whole life. A lot of people tell me everything is great, but Trace will tell me the truth. I admire that he's never changed who he is.
Justin: (on people changing when he became famous) I've seen people change. It's great if someone likes my music, but it doesn't mean they have to like me as a person, or the other way around.
Justin: (on getting drunk) I'm not going to hide it, but I'm not going to get belligerent and punch someone either.
Justin: (on pressure to be a role model) I don't think it's my job to be a role model. I think people look up to me, so if I do things that I wouldn't want younger kids to do I will do those things in private.
Justin: (the craziest fan experience he's had) I've had girls pop out of hotel closets and it scared the shit out of me. That was more in my teenage days, and teenage girls are crazy.
Justin: (on his mother asking for grandkids) I told her to adopt another kid from Ethiopia. [laughs]
Justin: (on why he won't buy an iPod) I'm technologically challenged. It's enough work having to shave!