Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears are not getting back together!
Well, romantically, at least. That's been his stance from the get-go. But the Bosh reports that the two are set to record a duet.
JT is confident the record can help Britney Spears rebuild her faltering pop career and get her back on track.
"Britney was extremely touched that Justin had been in contact. Going into the studio is Justin's way of helping her get better," a source says.
The pair are planning to visit a L.A. recording studio with Timbaland to re-record the Motown classic "You're All I Need to Get By" - originally a hit for Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell in 1968.
Earlier this month, Timbaland approached Justin, who first met Spears while starring on "The Mickey Mouse Club" and dated her for four years, to help propel Britney back to the top of the charts.
"I feel her pain, it really bothers me," Timbaland said. "I asked Justin, 'How would you feel about me working with Britney? Would you do it with me?' He said he would - if she's serious."
The sober bald beauty stepped out in public for the first time with two of her girlfriends, Spears took a one-hour dance class at Millennium Dance Complex in North Hollywood on Friday, March 23.
Later that evening, a blue-eyed Spears and three girlfriends met up for a sushi dinner at trendy Japanese fusion joint SHU-Sushi House Unico. Too bad a newly-single Timberlake missed out!
Hopefully, this is a sign of a healthy Britney getting her life back on track. Surely Sean Preston and Jayden James Federline will appreciate it.