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Justin Timberlake coming to Orlando in December

Justin Timberlake is having himself quite the weekend.

Late last week, Variety reported Timberlake will produce and star in Spinning Gold, a biopic about record mogul Neil Bogart, who discovered Curtis Mayfield, Kiss, Donna Summer and the Village People, among others.

Over the weekend, Timberlake confirmed that he is, in fact, planning a second volume of his chart-topping album The 20/20 Experience, which will be released Sept. 30. And on Monday, Timberlake decided to announce a massive fall and winter North American tour. So far, there's only one Florida tour stop, and it's in Orlando, but c'mon, you know JT is worth driving an hour and a half up I-4.

Timberlake will stop at Orlando's Amway Center on Dec. 19 — his last stop before a nearly monthlong holiday hiatus on the tour. Tickets start at $45, and they'll go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. May 13.

This is twice this year that Timbo has decided to skip Tampa. His joint tour with Jay-Z will hit Miami's Sun Life Stadium on Aug. 16.

Orlando, of course, is the former backyard of 'N Sync. Maybe we can expect a reunion? Chris Kirkpatrick better be on his suit and tie s---, just in case.

Justin Timberlake coming to Orlando in December 05/06/13 [Last modified: Monday, May 6, 2013 11:50am]
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