We saw you nervously sweating over Justin Timberlake‘s multiple appearances at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, but there’s no need to worry: JT’s musical comeback continues, now with a scheduled performance at this year’s Grammy Awards on February 10. And you know Anne Hathaway is excited (and probably Taylor Swift–why let a good opportunity for the surprise face go to waste?).
Timberlake will join Swift, Rihanna, fun., the Black Keys, Mumford and Sons and Ed Sheeran on the Grammy stage, delivering his first performance at the show in four years, back when he performed with both T.I. as well as Al Green, Keith Urban and Boyz II Men on Barack Obama‘s favorite, “Let’s Stay Together.” Truly a jack of all trades.
Since announcing to world–and MySpace users everywhere–that he’s “ready,” Timberlake has adopted a Beyoncé-like schedule for the coming months in preparation for the release of third album, The 20/20 Experience (out March 19). Saturday he’ll perform at a charity event in New Orleans as part of Super Bowl weekend, leaving just enough room for our minds to wander to that hypothetical place where he joins Bey on stage to debut something off her untitled fifth album, orchestrates another wardrobe malfunction (oops) and takes part in a legendary halftime show that will be talked about for years to come.
With an increasing number of high-profile gigs in the pipeline, it’s a good thing he’s done so much wardrobe prep.
Justin Timberlake To Perform on Music’s Biggest Night [Grammy]
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