Had a poster of Janet Jackson on his wall in 1997.
His ex-girlfriend's (Britney Spears) husband Kevin Federline was a former background dancer for *NSYNC at the 2002 Grammy Awards and in Justin's 2002 VMA performance.
He was born at 6:30 in the evening.
His favorite ice cream is Baskin Robin's Daquiri Ice.
Used first and middle names (Justin Randall) for his appearances on "Star Search" (1983).
he is blonde
he likes blondes
has blue eyes
has curly hair
nick name is jt
he loves cats
Is set to star in West End play "Resurrection Blues" in London starting February 2006. Kevin Spacey is producing.
His father Randall, a choir director at a Baptist church, is married to Lisa.
He had a younger half-sister, Laura Katherine, who died minutes after birth. She was the first child of his father, Randy Timberlake and step-mother, Lisa. It is sometimes falsely reported that she was his twin. He mentions her sometimes in the liner notes of *NSYNC albums. Has two younger half-brothers, Jonathan Perry Timberlake (born September 12, 1993) and Stephen Robert Timberlake (born August 14, 1998). Both are sons of his father and stepmother.
In his exclusive "20/20" (1978) interview, he told Barbara Walters that the "best burgers in the world" can be found at The General Store in Shelby Forest, Tennessee.
Loves skiing and snowboarding.
Mother and stepfather are Lynn Bomar and Paul Harless, respectively.
Broke his left foot in December 2002 during dance rehearsals.
Broke his thumb on stage in early 1997, when he slipped on a puddle of water that was a result of the audience being sprayed down due to extreme temperatures during the outdoor concert.
Was among the 130 guests at Christina Aguilera's wedding to Jordan Bratman.
Best friend is Trace Ayala, his personal assistant.
Is a fan of Kylie Minogue and Dannii Minogue.
Received his first UK #1 with his song "SexyBack" from new album "FutureSex/LoveSounds" in September 2006.
Winner of two MTV Europe Music Awards in 2006 for "Best Male Artist" and "Best Pop". He also hosted the show in Copenhagen, Danmark (2 November 2006).