Originally written on Jocks and Stiletto Jill  |  Last updated 9/22/14

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 05: Singer Justin Timberlake attends the Conde Nast Media Group's Fifth Annual Fashion Rocks at Radio City Music Hall on September 5, 2008 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)
Justin Timberlake’s new album, “The 20/20 Experience” drops in a few days and of course the “Legends of Summer” tour with Jay Z begins later this year. What does all that mean for you and I? Promotional appearances. First up, JT hosted Saturday Night Live for the fifth time. Of course he was the musical guest too. The episode featured some of his memorable characters from his previous appearances and tons of special guests including Alec Baldwin, Jay Z and Steve Martin to name a few. Plus there was even a “Harlem Shake” drop. Check a few clips: The opening   Remember the time Justin and Andy Samberg created that quirky R&B duo to perform “Di*k in a box?” They’re back and for you old heads, there’s also an SNL original cast favorite thrown in the mix:     Harlem Shake?? Jigga what… check out Vegan Shake. Bonus, Trindad James, “All Gold Everything” JT style:     And finally, let’s see how two NBA owners get down on stage:     He also addressed Kanye’s rant from a few weeks ago. “My hits so sick got rappers acting dramatic” OWWWWWWW! Now’s the part where I mention how much I love Justin… Jay too but yeah, LOVE!
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