Justin Timberlake has spent the past few months promoting his Oscar-nominated film The Social Network, but he’s found time in his schedule for the small screen. The singer-turned-actor, who celebrates his 30th birthday today, is lending his voice to FOX’s “The Cleveland Show.”
In the episode, airing February 20, Cleveland discovers that his best friend Terry is gay and has been dating a man named Paul, voiced by Timberlake. T-Pain and will.i.am also guest on the show as Theodore and Bernard, two playground kids who explain to young Rallo how to ditch a bad habit.
Timberlake will make an additional appearance on the animated series as a “singing booger,” appropriately named Booger, who belongs to Rallo. That episode has yet to receive an airdate.
The former ‘NSYNC member is not the first artist to get animated for the show. Kanye West has made two appearances as the voice of rapper Kenny West.