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Courtney Higgs
Oct 12, 2016 @ 11:00 am

Man, there’s just something about that Justin Timberlake. The dreamy singer, who’s been melting hearts since his early days as a member of the mega popular boy band ‘NSYNC, has had quite the career (six studio albums, several Grammy awards and countless sold-out shows) and now, almost two decades later, he’s still at the top of our list of Man Crush Monday candidates.

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If you missed your chance to catch Timberlake performing live during the two-year, 134-show run of his 20/20 Experience World Tour, then we’ve got some great news for you. The “Mirrors” singer debuted a special project today, Oct. 12, on Nextflix, and from the looks of it, it’s going to be one of his most personal expressions yet. Timberlake joined forces with Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme to bring fans a live concert film, Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids, that contains all the funk, soul, and falsetto we’ve come to expect from the former ‘NSYNC front man.

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Join Tennessee native Timberlake, his 25 band members (aptly named the Tennessee Kids) and the MGM Grand Garden Arena audience for the sold out final show in Las Vegas. Check out the extended trailer below, where Timberlake appears overcome with emotion as he interacts with the crowd at the final show of his tour. He looks almost as choked up as we felt the first time we ever heard ‘NSYNC's “Gone”. Yeah, you know the feeling.

You can watch all the magic unfold right now, on Netflix.

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