Entertainment The Subtle Way Justin Timberlake Acknowledged Janet Jackson During His Super Bowl Performance

02:55  06 february  2018
02:55  06 february  2018 Source:   time.com

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Justin Timberlake subtly acknowledged his 2004 Super Bowl performance with Janet Jackson during his halftime show on Sunday. Timberlake infamously sang the lyrics “I’m gonna have you naked by the end of this song,” as he ripped off part of Jackson ’s bodice in a move that would add

Justin Timberlake ‘s return to the Super Bowl stage on Sunday to headline this year’s halftime show was always going to be controversial, thanks to his infamous “Nipplegate” moment with Janet Janet Jackson Will Not Be Performing with Justin Timberlake at His Super Bowl Halftim

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Justin Timberlake‘s return to the Super Bowl stage on Sunday to headline this year’s halftime show was always going to be controversial, thanks to his infamous “Nipplegate” moment with Janet Jackson in 2004.

However, it appears that the singer attempted to subtly address the notorious moment with one of his first songs of the set: a reprisal of the duet of “Rock Your Body” that he did with Jackson 14 years ago. a man standing on a stage © Christopher Polk—Getty Images Timberlake infamously sang the lyrics “I’m gonna have you naked by the end of this song,” as he ripped off part of Jackson’s bodice in a move that would add “wardrobe malfunction” into the pop culture lexicon; however, this time around, Timberlake sang the song but abruptly yelled, “Stop!” before he reached those lyrics, a subtle acknowledgment of Jackson and the controversy of “Nipplegate.”

 

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