Justin Timberlake Spill The Juicy Details Behind His Relationship With Jessica Biel, *NSYNC, & More!

What can’t JT do?

Justin Timberlake is a newly published author with his first book Hindsight: & All the Things I Can’t See in Front of Me out today, and it’s packed with all things juicy about his singing career, relationship with wife Jessica Biel, and *NSYNC too!

One of his first solo hits that put him on the map Cry Me A River is no doubt a classic, but did you know it only took him two hours to write it?

“I’ve been scorned. I’ve been pissed off. The feelings I had were so strong, I had to write it.”

He didn’t specify who inspired those feelings, but a Lucky guess would be ex Britney Spears, who he dated from 1998 to 2002.

Justin definitely has strong feelings of a different kind for his wife Jessica Biel, who he’s been married to since 2012:

“I’ve watched my wife change. I’ve watched her body change. It’s a temple. It should be worshiped. It should be marveled at. I’m fascinated by her. She’s everything, man. She just constantly surprises me with who she is, and who she’s becoming, and I really hope I do the same for her. I’m excited to see what she’s going to do next. I wake up and roll over and look at her, and I’m inspired.”

Damn, talk about relationship goals!! She’s already shared her support for how proud she is of her husband’s new book on Instagram:

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This book is a peek into a private lock box. Turn the first page and enter an intimate, exposed conversation from the deepest valleys and the bravest peaks of his tender heart. His words are for himself, and for all of us. Read with care. (link in bio)

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But his life truly “changed forever” when Jessica told the singer that she was expecting their first child, Silas, who the couple welcomed in 2015:

“It’s no longer just about me. I have a wife, a child – a family. It’s terrifying. It’s invigorating. It’s more meaningful than anything I’ve ever been a part of.”

Everything wasn’t always coming up roses though! When *NSYNC was first getting started, they weren’t the popular boy band we’ve come to know and love:

“One time we got booked for the wrong festival somewhere in Scandinavia. The festival consisted of a bunch of heavy metal acts and ‘this up and coming boy group from the USA.’ We spent our twenty-five minute set dodging glass bottles being thrown at us by tall, blond, heavily tattooed people.”

Yikes, we bet those festival-goers are probably regretting throwing those bottles now!!

Congrats on your new book Justin!

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