What a career Justin Timberlake has amassed - both musically and concerning some of the ladies he has tanged. He's a former *NSync star,...

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Earlier today, Jenny Lewis debuted the music video for "Just One of the Guys," an appropriate song title considering the video features both Kristen Stewart and Anne Hathaway in drag.

For real! The actresses don fake mustaches and everything.

This hardly marks the first time big names have made such a big change in their appearance, however.

Remember when Justin Timberlake dressed as Jessica Simpson? Or Miley Cyrus as Justin Bieber? Or when James Franco posed for Candy Magazine and Channing Tatum went with a long-haired wig?

No? Prepare for some radical alterations to these giant stars and relive their very different looks now: 

Kristen Stewart and Anne Hathaway
Hey, that's Kristen Stewart! And Anne Hathaway! In drag! They are posing for a music video shoot with Jenny Lewis.

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There appears to be a new bromance in Hollywood... bitch!

It all started on Thursday morning when Justin Timberlake Tweeted a reference to Aaron Paul’s character on Breaking Bad and asked:

"Question: Does anyone else legitimately miss Walter White and Jesse Pinkman? It can't just be me, right?"

  • Justin Timberlake in Rio
  • Aaron Paul with a Beard

Paul quickly reply to the singer, Tweeting “I miss you too man. We should hangout and eat some pizza."

Sorry, Jessica Biel and Lauren Parsekian. You may need to watch out.

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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel got married in 2012 and given how little Jessica has going on career-wise, many expected the couple to start a family right away.

Justin and Jessica Photo

But here we are almost two years later and no sign of a baby bump on Biel.

So what's the hold-up? Well, according to JT's outspoken grandmother, Sadie Bomar, Jessica keeps putting on the brakes when it's time to get to the baby-making!

Sadie tells Star magazine that Justin wants kids, but Jessica keeps stalling for reasons unknown.

"Justin has wanted to have children all his life," says Sadie. "If it were up to him, they'd have a baby tomorrow!"

Of course, Sadie may not be the most reliable source when it comes to the topic of Jessica, as she's got a long history of throwing shade on Biel:

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Some were brought together by music, others by meth. One couple bonded over religion, two more over humor. One friendship started in Boston, another in the halls of a fictional hospital.

But the following famous bromances all have one thing in common, as sang by the very first pairing listed below:

Guy love, that’s all it is... Guy love, he’s mine I’m his... There’s nothing gay about it in our eyes... It’s guy love, between two guys.

Indeed, J.D. and Turk had it right a long time ago on Scrubs.

It's always fun when two male pals hit it off in Hollywood. Flip through the top 13 friendships of this nature below and sing it loud and proud: It's guy love!

Zach Braff and Donald Faison
It's guy love between Zach Braff and Donald Faison! These Scrubs stars have maintained a bromance many years after that beloved sitcom went off the air.

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Perhaps celebrities should just stop letting the world know they've visited global landmarks.

First, Justin Bieber wondered if Anne Frank would be a Belieber.

Then, Beyonce offended some by posing in the same Amsterdam location.

Now, Justin Timberlake is stirring up controversy via an Instagram picture of himself at the Western Wall, specifically his reference to “Israel” in the accompanying caption.

Justin Timberlake Western Wall Photo

"The Holy Land… What an experience. I will never forget this day. #Israel," JT penned on Instagram, with many users taking exception to the hashtag.

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Perhaps you've heard, but Kim Kardashian married Kanye West this weekend.

No, really! Those kids just up and decided to get married with no fanfare at all.

We kid... a lot. But while we await word on just how much Kim and Kanye spent to tie the knot in Florence (we know how much they earned, approximately: $20 million), let's take a look at some of the most expensive wedding bills in celebrity history.

From athletes to singers to members of British Royalty, brides and grooms from a number of industries have often spared no expense in pledging their love and loyalty to their spouse for eternity.

Or, you know, for 72 days...

Prince William and Kate Middleton
In fairness, $32 million of the $34 million tab went to security. The rest of the money was spent on flowers ($800,000) food ($150,000) and champagne ($60,000), among other details.

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The 2014 Billboard Music Awards 2014 have come and gone and today we're all a'Twitter with talks about the performances that took place in Las Vegas.

Specifically, who had the best performance at the Billboard Music Awards? In case you missed it, here are Sunday evening's performances in all their glory.

Lorde Billboard Music Awards Performance 2014
Lorde performs "Tennis Court" at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards.

The Michael Jackson hologram definitely turned a head or two, as the King of Pop danced from the Great Beyond thanks to the use of computers and technology.

And then there was that Miley Cyrus monstrosity where she completely embarrassed the memory of The Beatles via satellite while in their mother land!!

Yikes, Miley!

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Justin Timberlake was named Top Artist at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards last night, besting Miley Cyrus, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry and Imagine Dragons.

Although Justin couldn’t be at the show, he filmed a video to accept the award, his seventh win of the night (see full list of Billboard Music Awards winners).

“Wow! What an honor!” Justin said in the pre-taped clip from overseas, dancing along with his crew and saying that receiving the award was “unbelievable.”

He gave a shout-out to his competition, noting that “I love you guys… it’s not a competition,” but at the same time, “but if it was, I won! And I’m okay with that!”

Timberlake concluded by thanking everyone on Earth except one person. Who did he leave out and make clear that he doesn't know? Find out below ...

Gotta love Justin Timberlake. Always good for a laugh as well as the elite level of talent that has made him worthy of seven awards on any given night.

See more memorable moments from the annual awards show below:

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Justin Timberlake, the driving force behind "Love Never Felt So Good," said it was always a dream to make a song with his musical idol Michael Jackson.

Now, albeit posthumously for Michael, Justin has realized the dream and produced a video with the late, great King of Pop as well. And it's a good one:

Four minutes long, the video is an obvious homage to Jackson, featuring clips from his past music videos and dancers’ imitating his dance moves.

"Love Never Felt So Good" is part of the album Xscape, featuring MJ’s singing alongside some of the biggest stars today, such as Timberlake and Mary J. Blige.

"Even when Michael was alive, we never stopped working on the song 'Xscape,'" said producer Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins of the new slate of recordings.

"It was one of the songs where he specifically said to me, 'It has to see the light of day one day.' Everyone did a really great job on this project," he said.

What do you think of Jackson and Justin's new song, and video?

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Michael Jackson's posthumous single "Love Never Felt So Good" dropped last night at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, whose inaugural telecast aired on NBC.

Some Michael Jackson fans were understandably skeptical, even angry about a new "contemporized" posthumous album that might sully the artist’s legacy.

They might be pleasantly surprised after hearing "Love Never Felt So Good," Epic Records' lead single from Xscape. Take a listen and decide for yourself:

With producers Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, and Jerome “J-Roc” Harmon manning the control board, the orchestration overpowers Jackson a bit at times.

On the flip side, the trio did an superb job of mixing Timberlake’s voice - did you catch it on the background vocals? - in harmony with the King of Pop's.

The disco-heavy sound reminiscent of his breakthrough album Off the Wall is no shock, as Jackson initially wrote the song in with Paul Anka in 1983.

It's not his best, but if this is indicative of what Michael Jackson left on the cutting room floor, it makes his untimely death in 2009 that much more tragic.

He clearly had a lot of memorable work ahead of him. Usher helped debut the song, dancing to it at the inaugural iHeartRadio Music Awards. Watch:

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