Is it past the time to say sorry? After becoming famous for a recent stage failure, Justin Timberlake acknowledged that his dance moves aren’t always flawless. BTS! 1D! ‘NSync! Look Back at the 22 Most Popular Boy Bands of All Time
The rapper, 41, zoomed in on his feet and stated, “D.C., I want to apologize to you for two reasons: here and here,” in an Instagram Story video posted on June 22. “I had a lengthy conversation with each of them separately and begged them not to hurt me ever again.” Maybe it was the khakis,” the singer of “SexyBack” jokingly said. It had a really khaki atmosphere.
He ended by promising to right his wrong and stating, “I’m going to make this up to you. I’m going to concentrate on these two men right here and get them properly. I love you all. The “Man of the Woods” singer made headlines on Saturday, June 18, after a video of him dancing in Washington, D.C. during his Something in the Water Festival performance went viral online.
In the video, Timberlake yelled to the crowd, “D.C., beat yer feet!” before launching into the region’s signature dance move of the same name. The step sequence, which rose to popularity in the 1990s and 2000s, often consists of a series of three-step movements followed by a bounce. Social media users Capture TV and Movie Flop
The ex-Mouseketeer was mocked for his odd routine, which resembled the hokey pokey, rather than for displaying his graceful moves. One Twitter user re-posted the awkward video and added, “Justin Timberlake completing his transition into Mr. Schuster from Glee.” Another Twitter user made fun of Justin Timberlake, writing, “Justin Timberlake seems like a Vice Principle attempting to have a dance-off on the hallway with his kids talking about ‘what you know about this.'”
The “Rock Your Body” singer amused himself a little more on Wednesday by posting a couple of TikTok videos in which Timberlake’s followers mock him and his botched dance. “Nailed it,” the Tennessee native remarked next to a video of TikToker @corey obrien recreating the trending moment. The fan even wore the same khakis and sneakers.
The former ‘NSync member’s performance blunder occurred over Father’s Day weekend, which Timberlake celebrated with a heartfelt shout-out to his and wife Jessica Biel’s two children.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel’s Family Album “My two favorite melodies,” the “Bye Bye Bye” singer gushed through Instagram on Sunday, June 19, providing a glimpse of Silas, 7, and Phineas, 23, playing the piano. “Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there!” One month earlier, 40-year-old Biel said that their two boys were rapidly taking after their father.
The Sinner actress said that Silas liked “orchestras and symphonies and movie scores” with a touch of EDM during a May visit on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She stated that her oldest child “wants to be a DJ.”
For his part, Phineas “is the one who has the guitar sideways, jamming, drumming… he won’t put these instruments down,” according to the 7th Heaven alum. I see musical talent in both of them, but they’re distinct, she continued.