Justin Timberlake to Take Over ‘SNL’ and ‘Late Night’ in March

Justin Timberlake

Set your DVRs. Justin Timberlake is taking over television. The pop superstar has booked appearances on “Saturday Night Live and “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” next month.

Following his performance at the Grammys and Brit Awards, the 32-year-old singer will make his return to 30 Rock for “SNL” on March 9. He will pull double duty, hosting and performing on the late-night show. This will mark his fifth time hosting and third time performing, with his last appearance in May 2011.

If that wasn’t enough, J.T. will also set up shop on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” for a week of appearances from March 11–15 to celebrate the release of his third solo album, The 20/20 Experience.

He is scheduled to perform each night and will sit down for an interview on Monday and Friday. This will be the first time any featured artist has appeared in every “Late Night” episode during one week.

Timberlake is gearing up for the release of his first album in over six years, The 20/20 Experience. Due March 19, the 10-track album features the Jay-Z-assisted single “Suit & Tie.”

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  1. Jay-Me

    His SNL skits with The Lonely Island are funny. Looking forward to a new one.


  2. 2bad2bme



  3. Speechless

    I knew it was coming lol. I cant wait.


  4. The Marvelous Mind of J-Tizzle! | “Lemme Rock Yo Body, Bitch.”

    As long as I got my suit & tie, people will forget that I copy Usher. BOOM!


    2bad2bme Reply:

    @The Marvelous Mind of J-Tizzle! | “Lemme Rock Yo Body, Bitch.”, that was so funny everyone forgot to laugh


  5. Morgan

    Awesome, love him …. Can’t wait. Fallon is funny as hell too.


  6. Whatcha_Sayin

    500K first week. You heard it here first.


  7. JHP

    This album has some of the most well-executed promotion I’ve ever seen, he’s definitely doing major numbers the week it drops. The JT SNL episodes are always funny, as well as his appearances on Jimmy Fallon. I’ll be watching both, and buying his album.


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