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The most intriguing portion of the performance was the singer’s dance routine—he made sure the stiff crowd loosened up and chained to the beat. Timberlake even made his way over to wife and actor Jessica Biel.
Jackie Chan, Sting, and many others were miraculously on beat throughout.
The performance’s turn into Bill Withers’ “Lovely Day” tied the new with a classic tune, to which Timberlake pointed at Denzel Washington, nominated for best actor for his role in Fences, and told him, “I know you know this one.”
Ryan Gosling and Dev Patel, however, didn’t know the words to “Lovely Day,” and danced awkwardly.
Kahron Spearman is a music and film critic whose work can also regularly be regularly found in the Austin Chronicle.