5. Tennessee Kid dancer Dana Wilson totally wants to make babies with me.
As his collaboration with Drake “Cabaret” staccatoed my hips left and right, I felt a body behind me. At this point I was ripe for the taking and had no qualms with the fingers teasing up my legs, so I played along. Who is this mystery dancer and where have you been all my life? The warm body triple twists around my groove in front of me, and I’m staring straight into the cat-eyed glory of Dana Wilson, Justin’s front-and-center backup dancer. She tugged on my twisting toes with a look in her eyes that was thankfully captured via my Google Glass.
4. I might be a little bisexual.
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3. Bros in suits love Justin Timberlake.
3. The Tennessee Kids chat up the audience during the show.
Trumpet player Sean Erick (@SeanEtheTrumpet) was leaning on the stage while JT finished “What Goes Around Comes Around.” I asked him, “Hey — you tired yet?” He looked at me like I either had three heads or was wearing Google Glass and said “Oh, hellll no.” That’s the spirit, boi.
2. JT fans and band members love Google Glass, security personnel do not.
I thought I’d never see another Glass wearer (A.K.A. Glasshole) at a Justin Timberlake show. That I would be the one to show Justin how to love a Glasshole the way they should be loved. But alas, as if enough surprises had not whiplashed my heart into a lovestoned frenzy, I spotted a girl wearing Google Glass alongside me. I decided to forgive her as she was also interested in taking back the night with me. The security guard who told me to take off my “Google Goggles” when the show started, however, clearly was not in on our Glasshole club. It’s a shame, because we really turned it into a club.
1. Justin cut out a number of songs at his New York show, but made up for it.
If this is your 20th Justin Timberlake show, you know the set list by your beating heart. Though we missed “Strawberry Bubblegum” and “True Blood,” I commend JT for his ability to seamlessly perform despite the last minute changes. It’s like someone asking you to perfectly recite the alphabet but to leave out J, F, P, X, M and T. Oh, and don’t f-ck it up, almost 20k people are listening, K?
But he made up for it with a haunting rendition of Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” that made me wonder for the first time, could this Bostonian girl find a pinstriped player like Derek Jeter to be a real man? But my hometown pride kicked in, Fah Q, Rosalia! Stick to the Tom Ford suits and that dirty water. But move to New York when JT decides he needs a new member of his social media team. *WINK WINK*
Rosalia is a rapper, writer, tech marketer and advocate for the cyborg revolution who believes in the gift of live music as a remedy for both medicine and religion. Follow her on Twitter, Instagram, or check out her YouTube page for more Justin Timberlake viddies and goodies.