Justin Timberlake Says ’20/20′ Album Part 2 Is Happening: Commence The Squealing

 Justin Timberlake Confirms Second Album

As it turns out, Questlove (or ?uestlove, if you’re a purist) was right. When the Roots drummer (and music journalist, DJ, producer, professor, all around super human) announced on his blog that Justin Timberlake had only delivered half of the 20/20 Experience, some of us were inclined to think it was too good to be true. The first 10 songs, currently streaming on iTunes for free, are incredible (if a little long), could we really be lucky enough to get 10 more? According to JT, the answer is yeahhhhh.

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Monday night at a release party in Los Angeles, Timberlake confirmed the news of a second album, saying the rumors were true and that we’ve only heard the first half of the 20/20 Experience. While Timberlake has yet to announce a release date, his announcement was still met with delighted screams, according to The Hollywood Reporter

And scream we should. Timberlake’s triumphant return (no matter how many people were originally disappointed by “Suit and Tie”) has been a glorious one, full of dapper suits, sophisticated music, and yes, the abolishment of the JT curl (which is what I’m calling his specific brand of curly hairdo) for the slicked back suavity of his timeless new look.

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We’ve waited so long for this, how bad could it be to wait a bit longer for a double dose?

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Celebrity Editor Kelsea Stahler was born in a pile of dirt. Okay, she was actually born in an old Naval hospital in San Diego, which then became a pile of dirt and remained as such for a number of years before becoming a parking lot perfectly sized for circus tents, and finally a museum. She eventually left San Diego to attend New York University, where she studied Journalism and English literature — two less-than profitable liberal arts degrees about which guidance counselors warned her. Against all odds, she now resides in Brooklyn, where she fights the constant fear that the locals will soon discover she isn’t quite cool enough to live there, and makes a living writing absurd, pop culture features about Batman, zombies, vampires, funny people, and Ron Swanson.