We always thought of Justin Timberlake as a boy-band pop creation who dated hot Hollywood actresses and probably couldn't find Wisconsin on a map.
Now, we find out that he's one of us.
Sort of, anyway.
Timberlake attended the recent Packers-Bears game with his current girlfriend, Jessica Biel, actor James Van Der Beek (a semi-regular visitor at Packers games) and several other celebrities. He was on the sideline for the game and did the tailgate thing, though in a sequestered portion of the parking lot.
The second photo above, which was sent to us by dozens of Packers fans, shows Justin shotgunning a can of Miller Lite. As a service to those who haven't seen it, and to prevent others from sending us the same photo, we're posting it here.
We're not sure if it will change our opinion of Mr. Timberlake's music, but you have to admire his technique.
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