The Super Bowl halftime performer does not want his son ever playing football. His son will never play football.
While rapper Snoop Dogg and singer Jon Bon Jovi are among famous parents whose children played college football, former United States president Barack Obama has said that if he had a son, he would not want his son to play. "I mean great hair", he said, pushing to get Brady a shampoo commercial. "I think I can hopefully offer him some advice on what to do and what not to do". That's a big deal in our house right now.
This will be the third time the father of one performs at the annual football championship game, watched by millions.
It seems safe to assume Timberlake is going to avoid triggering the FCC again, but that's not to say that the singer will shy away from any and all controversy, especially if it allows him to send a message that he feels motivated to send. "I don't think it's my job to do that, because you value the relationships that you do have with people".
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I'm like does he really love me? "He has committed to her and they're both very happy and stronger than ever now". And not just because her look was showstopping and she was her usual, hilarious self.
"No", said Timberlake. "I had a ton of grand ideas about special guests, there's a whole list. but this year I'm just excited, my band, the Tennessee Kids, they're my special guests".
Another member of the entertainment media preempted his questions by leading a chorus of "Happy Birthday" for Timberlake, who turned 36 on Wednesday. And I just wanted it to be honest.
"Obviously schedules always get in the way of I guess "bro-time", but Tom's great, he's the greatest of all time, officially". So he's got that going for him. PTC's Melissa Henson explains that the letter encourages Timberlake to keep his promise not to repeat what happened with the infamous "wardrobe malfunction" incident that indecently exposed Janet Jackson in the 2004 show (Super Bowl XXXVIII). The incident was dubbed a wardrobe malfunction, and all parties involved apologized, but the National Football League subsequently banned MTV from producing another halftime show, while CBS was fined $550,000 by the FCC.