Justin Timberlake Introduces His Highly Anticipated Video 'What Goes Around ... Comes Around' Friday February 9th on iTunes


Jive recording artist Justin Timberlake continues to break new ground as the first major recording artist to premiere his new video "What Goes Around ... Comes Around" exclusively on The iTunes Store (www.itunes.com). On Friday morning, February 9th, fans worldwide will be able to own the complete video before its broadcast on TV or streamed on-line anywhere else.

The cinematic video, which also features Scarlett Johannson, is currently being teased on-line by a :30 trailer. Based on the number of streams of the trailer over the weekend at www.JustinTimberlake.com alone, demand for "What Goes Around ... Comes Around" is already at a fever pitch. Fans everywhere can get the groundbreaking complete 9:20 Directors Cut of the video only on iTunes at first. iTunes has a 48 hour exclusive on the video which is the first time any entertainment video has debuted on iTunes before being available anywhere else! On the broadcast side, MTV will be the first to introduce the video of "What Goes Around ... Comes Around" on TV during their Red Carpet TRL GRAMMY special, Sunday February 11th. MTV will begin teasing the video trailer tomorrow and will have the full on-line streaming premiere on MTV.com. The video will be widely available everywhere else on-line beginning on February 12th.

"What Goes Around ... Comes Around" was helmed by one of the industry's most prolific directors, Sam Bayer, who has worked with Metallica, Smashing Pumpkins, David Bowie, Aerosmith and on Green Day's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams. The video was written by Nick Cassavetes who has directed several films, including John Q, The Notebook, and Alpha Dog.

Currently Justin Timberlake is on his worldwide FutureSex/LoveShow tour and is knocking out audiences and critics alike. He is scheduled to perform solo on February 11th at the GRAMMYS and with the winner from the "My Grammy Moment" contest and also recently announced that he will be hosting the Kids Choice Awards on March 31st.

  Remaining shows and dates for the tour are as follows:

  Date                City                          Venue
  Jan-27              St. Paul, MN                  Xcel Center
  Jan-30              Toronto, ONT                  Air Canada
  Jan-31              Montreal, QUE                 Bell Center
  Feb-2               Washington, DC                Verizon Center
  Feb-3               Cleveland, OH                 Quicken Loans
  Feb-6               Boston, MA                    TD Banknorth Garden
  Feb-7               New York, NY                  Madison Square Garden
  Feb-18              Buffalo, NY                   HSBC
  Feb-19              Columbus, OH                  Schottenstein/Nationwide
  Feb-22              Tampa, FL                     St. Pete Times
  Feb-24              Miami, FL                     American Airlines
  Feb-25              Fort Lauderdale, FL           BankAtlantic Center
  Feb-27              Atlanta, GA                   Philips Arena
  Mar-1               New Orleans, LA               New Orleans Arena
  Mar-3               Bossier City, LA              CenturyTel Center
  Mar-4               Houston, TX                   Toyota Center
  Mar-5               Dallas, TX                    American Airlines
  Mar-8               Omaha, NE                     Qwest
  Mar-10              Detroit, MI                   Joe Louis Arena
  Mar-12              Chicago, IL                   Allstate/United
  Mar-13              Chicago, IL                   Allstate/United
  Mar-15              Cincinnati, OH                US Bank
  Mar-16              Nashville, TN                 Gaylord Entertainment
  Mar-18              Charlottesville, VA           John Paul Jones Arena
  Mar-19              Pittsburgh, PA                Mellon Arena
  Mar-21              Uniondale, NY                 Nassau Coliseum
  Mar-24              Uncasville, CT                Mohegan Sun
  Mar-26              Manchester, NH                Verizon Center
  Mar-27              Philadelphia, PA              Wachovia Center
  Mar-29              East Rutherford, NJ           Continental Airlines
  April 24            Belfast, Ireland              Odyssey
  April 27            Sheffield, England            Hallam FM Arena
  April 30            Newcastle, England            Metro Arena
  May 3               Glasgow, Scotland             SECC
  May 8-9             Birmingham, England           NIA
  May 14-15           Manchester, England           MEN
  May 22              Paris, France                 Bercy
  May 25              Stuttgart, Germany            Schleyerhalle
  May 26              Munich, Germany               Olympiahalle
  May 28              Frankfurt, Germany            Festhalle
  June 1              Milan, Italy                  Forum
  June 2              Zurich, Switzerland           Hallenstadion
  June 4              Vienna, Austria               Stadthalle
  June 6              Berlin, Germany               Max Schmelling
  June 7              Leipzig, Germany              Arena
  June 9              Hamburg, Germany              Colorline Arena
  June 10             Koln, Germany                 Arena
  June 12             Lyon, France                  Tony Garnier
  June 13             Dortmund, Germany             Westfallenhalle
  June 16             Amsterdam, the Netherlands    Arena
  June 19             Stockholm, Germany            Globe
  June 21             Oslo, Norway                  Valhalle
  June 23             Copenhagen, Denmark           Parken
  June 25             Gothenberg, Sweden            Scandinavian
  June 27             Antwerp, Belfast              Sports Palais
  June 30             Dublin, Ireland               RDS
  July 4, 5 & 7       London, England               The O2 Arena

  *All dates are subject to change.

The nearly 4 million worldwide selling album, FutureSex/LoveSounds co- written by Justin Timberlake, hit #1 on the Billboard charts and broke all digital album sales records. The smash single "SexyBack" featuring Timbaland, along with the 2nd single "My Love" featuring T.I. and the current release "What Goes Around ... Comes Around" brings Justin to a record breaking level. According to R&R magazine, since the CHR/Top 40 chart began in 1992, Justin Timberlake sets the record for a lead male artist as his latest single becomes his seventh consecutive top 10 smash. Additional producers on the album include JAWBreakers, Timbaland and Rick Rubin.

SOURCE: Jive Records

CONTACT: Carlos Vega of Jive Records, carlos.vega@sonybmg.com, for 2007
FutureSex/LoveShow Tour; Sonia Muckle of M2M CONSTRUCTION,
sonia@m2mconstruction.com, for Justin Timberlake

Web site: http://www.justintimberlake.com/