Justin Timberlake halted Thursday night’s “Man of the Woods” show which was sold out. This was because Justin Timberlake chose to focus on man and future wife rather than the live concert.

The singer had graced the arena back in 2003 with his soulful facile footwork and falsetto. The singer was in his early twenties at that time.

He was part of the boy band NSYNC back then and performed on a tour with Christina Aguilera.

Timberlake, now almost thirty eight, has his own band named the Tennessee Kids and several dancers. He is a supremely seasoned solo artist.

Justin Timberlake halts show in North Little Rock

The two hour set was put to halt by Justin Timberlake for a man who popped the question to his girlfriend before the audience comprising of 17,108 people of the Verizon Arena.

Justin Timberlake even repeated the spunky answer of the soon-to-be-bride for the crowd to hear. He even mimicked in an exaggerated drawl and said,

It’s about damn time! It’s so good to be in the South again.

Justin Timberlake Halts Live Concert at North Little Rock
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The singer used the tree accented and giant fan-flanked catwalk snaking through the main stage.

Even after cancelling the shows in December due to bruised vocal cords, the singer sounded strong and even danced to demanding songs including Cry Me a River, What Goes Around…Comes Around and My Love.

It wasn’t just about the popular songs. He fulfilled the demands of his fans by performing shortened versions of Senorita, Like I Love You, Love Stoned, Sexy Back, Suit Tie and Can’t Stop the Feeling. The songs went on and on till we lost count.

Justin Timberlake Halts Live Concert at North Little Rock
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The opening act by the Canadian singer Francesco Yates grew tiresome quickly as he was a little shriek and self-indulgent.

After him, DJ Freestyle Steve took the stage. He cheered the entire audience with songs from Beyonce, Bruno Mars and several other music artists.

Source: NWA Online, Arkansas Online

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