Justin Timberlake Still Loves Britney?

Justin Timberlake Wrote the Song In Two Hours After Split of Britney: 

Yep, you have a look at that proper. Justin Timberlake, 37,
revealed that he penned his conventional smash, “Cry Me A River,” actually
hours after he known as it quits with his ex, Britney Spears, 36.
It’s been long rumored that the former N’Sync member crafted
the music in reaction to their breakup, but manner to Justin new e book, we’ve
were given concrete confirmation. “I’ve been scorned. I’ve been irritated. The
feelings I had had been so sturdy I had to write it”, he writes of the breakup
ballad in Hindsight:

And all the things I am able to See in the front of Me. “I
translated my emotions proper into a shape wherein humans ought to listen and
with any luck relate to it. Humans heard me and that they understood it because
we’ve all been there,” he moreover stated of the tune.
The iconic hit changed into launched in 2002, just following
the pair’s cut up. Britney and Justin dated from 1998 to 2002 after meeting on
set of “The Mickey Mouse membership, but subjects were given messy after rumors
swirled the Princess of dad had cheated on JT”.
Whilst Justin doesn’t factor out Brit via name inside the
e book, it turned into the most effective particularly-publicized breakup
surrounding the singer on the time, so it’s secure to mention she gave Justin
some inspo there.
Justin’s new e book, which emerge as released on Oct, 30,
talks about more than his song even though – it delves into the data of his
marriage with Jessica Biel, 36, as properly. Inside the text, he remembers the
number one time he met his now wife. “As soon as I met Jess, it end up simple
how beautiful she is,”
Timberlake gushed in his e book. “We were at a marvel party
in Hollywood at a speakeasy form of bar, a non-public club, and we had been
standing round in a collection of humans.” even though he said he didn’t ask for
Jessica’s variety at the number one night, due to the truth he had to “psych”
himself up, absolutely, he labored up the braveness sooner or later.