Justin Timberlake Brings out the Big Guns in His New Music Video ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling’

Justin Timberlake is back with “Can’t Stop the Feeling” from the new DreamWorks animated film “Trolls.”

The video for the new song features cameos from performers who lent their voice talent to the film .  Notables include Gwen Stefani, James Corden, Anna Kendrick, Junal Nayyar, Icona Pop, and Ron Funches

Watch the video. You wont be able to not dance along.

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26 Iconic VMA Performances You’ll Remember Forever

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In the midst of one of the craziest award shows of the year, let’s remember the greats.

1. Britney Spears – “I’m A Slave 4 U,” 2001 VMAs

A true goddess walked among us that day, and still walks among us today. We were blessed with this snake performance, and the world WILL NEVER FORGET.

2. Justin Timberlake – Vanguard Award Performance, 2013

In a single moment, the entire world collectively sobbed at the glorious reunion of NSYNC. And JT was serving dance moves for days.

3. Mariah Carey – “Shake It Off” / “We Belong Together,” 2005

Anthems of the year and the century, TBH.

4. Beyoncé – “Ring The Alarm,” 2006

Beyoncé *literally* fights the police in this performance. She gave tooth and nail to serve you desperate housewife realness.

5. Guns N’ Roses featuring Elton John – “November Rain,” 1992

OK honestly just look at this collaboration. HONESTLY.

6. Lady Gaga – “Paparazzi,” 2009

Classic Gaga at her best. The voice, the costumes, the blood dripping from her eyes. EVERYTHING.

7. Shakira – “Hips Don’t Lie,” 2006

The hips that launched a thousand ships and a thousand memes.

8. Britney Spears and NSYNC – “Baby One More Time” / “Tearin’ Up My Heart,” 1999

This changed us all in a matter of minutes. Serving metallic pants, killer hair, and boy band outfits, Britney and the boys destroyed lives with this performance.

9. Drake – “Hold On, We’re Going Home” / “Started From the Bottom,” 2013

Admit it, you cried from enjoyment and sexual frustration. YAAAS, AUBREY.

10. Christina Aguilera – “Come On Over” / “Livin’ It Up,” 2000

The purple tips, the dance break, and Fred Durst? This is so ’00s it hurts. It hurts sooooo good.

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Jimmy Fallon And Justin Timberlake’s History Of “SNL” Rap Was Perfect

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Even before Steven Martin’s star-studded monologue during SNL’s 40th anniversary special, Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake teamed up to pay tribute to the sketch comedy show as they do best…

Jimmy Fallon And Justin Timberlake's History Of "SNL" Rap Was Perfect

With a “History of SNL” rap, remixing some of the show’s most legendary quotes. Like this one of Billy Crystal’s…

And this one of Alec Baldwin’s…

And this one of, well, Justin Timberlake’s.

As if that wasn’t enough, Rachel Dratch revived her legendary Debbie Downer character to bring it all back to reality.

Watch the full rap here:

SNL Books Amazing Lineup for 40th Anniversary Special

This coming Sunday night, Saturday Night Live will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a special airing.

The full guest list for the episode has been revealed. Among the music folks are Kanye West, Jack White, Sir Paul McCartney,Arcade Fire, Fiona Apple, Elvis Costello, Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift, and Paul Simon.

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This Day in Music History — November 2

1968 : Cream is presented with a platinum album for Wheels Of Fire at the Madison Square Garden stop of their farewell tour.

1979 : The Who’s musical film Quadrophenia, featuring a small part played by Sting, opens in US theaters.

1985 : When Part Time Lover tops the charts, Stevie Wonder becomes the artist with the longest time between #1 hits at 22 years (The Beach Boys would later break it with Kokomo). This song also sets a record by going to #1 on four different Billboard charts.

2006 : Justin Timberlake hosts the MTV Europe Music Awards, where he also wins for Best Male Artist and Best Pop Artist. Gnarls Barkley wins best song for Crazy.

2013 : ‘N Sync reunites for Chris Kirkpatrick’s wedding, as his four bandmates serve as groomsmen for his nuptials to Karly Skladany.

This Day in Music History — October 19

1986 : Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors, written by Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly, hits #1. The song becomes an anthem of acceptance and is reinterpreted many times over the years.

1997 : Vince Gill honors John Denver with a performance of “Take Me Home Country Roads” at the Grand Ole Opry. Denver died a week earlier in a plane crash.

1985 : Thanks to an innovative video that takes place in a comic book, Take On Me gives the Norwegian group a-ha a #1 hit in America.

2000 : The Del McCoury Band is named entertainer of the year for the fourth consecutive year at the International Blue grass Music Association Awards in Louisville, Ky.

2012 : Justin Timberlake marries the actress Jessica Biel at a super-secret ceremony in Italy.

This Day in Music History — October 11

1973 : The divorce between Elvis and Priscilla Presley is finalized. The two remain close friends and walk out of the Santa Monica courthouse arm in arm.

1975 : Saturday Night Live – at the time called Saturday Night – makes its debut on NBC. Music is a big part of the show, and the first episode features two musical guests performing two songs each: Janis Ian doing “At Seventeen” and “In the Winter,” and Billy Preston playing “Nothing from Nothing” and “Fancy Lady.”

1991 : Apple Computers reaches an agreement with The Beatles’ Apple Corps, paying $26.5 million for the rights to run music software – an update to their 1981 deal that prohibited the computer maker from selling anything music-related. The deal is revised from time to time as Apple Computer makes music a major part of their business.

2003 : Justin Timberlake makes his first appearance on Saturday Night Live, doing double-duty as host and musical guest. It’s the first of many appearances he will make on the show through the coming years; his sketches will eventually grow to include a Bee Gees parody, a sketch about dating Lady Gaga, a bailiff in a courtroom trial of an alligator, “the Target lady,” appearing in drag onstage with Beyoncé, and the infamous “Dick in a Box” sketch.