Justin Timberlake

Why Adidas’s Samba Design Is Still Kicking It After 65 Years

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Justin Timberlake Plays a Lime Who Goes From Hero to Zero in This Hilarious Tequila Ad

Justin Timberlake is a chamelion of sorts, a former boy-bander turned solo pop star turned comedic actor turned serious actor. And he multitasks quite nicely—and hilariously—in this Sauza 901 tequila ad. Not only does he star as an anthropomorphic lime, he came up with the concept and has a major stake in the business.

Horizon Inks $100 Million Deal With Clear Channel

Horizon Media has just inked a $100 million upfront deal—with a radio company? Well, yes and no.

Miley: Textbook Case of the Inevitable Teen Star Rebrand

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Tumblr Went Toe-to-Toe With Twitter During VMAs, per Data Firm

Tumblr was nearly as busy as Twitter during MTV's Video Music Awards on Sunday when it came to the sheer number of content contributors, per Union Metrics, a company that offers analytics for both platforms.

Rihanna Joins Budweiser, Takes Beer Giant’s Music Pitch to 85 Countries

Apparently taking a cue from Coke's global music efforts, Budweiser today has announced a deal with Rihanna that enta

Daily Show’s Jason Jones Doesn’t Follow Grandma on Foursquare

Holiday Inn Express today launched a social media-heavy campaign that's anchored by the witticisms of comedic actor and Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones.

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Justin Timberlake Surprises Fans on Set in Target Ad

Advertising has been obsessed lately with scaring the crap out of people. So here, for your Friday enjoyment, is a more benign prank. Target, which is the exclusive retail partner for the release of Justin Timberlake's new album, got 20 of the pop star's biggest fans together for a commercial shoot. They thought they would just be singing a Timberlake song for the ad. They didn't realize the great and powerful JT himself would actually be there. Check out the spot below, and a behind-the-scenes video after the jump. All the reactions are genuine. Decent work by Deutsch in Los Angeles—though to be honest, the bar for this kind of thing was set by David Beckham and Adidas last summer. If you don't leave someone sobbing tears of joy, maybe you haven't gone far enough.