Guest Review: Justin Timberlake at The O2

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SuperBreak’s Becca couldn’t WAIT to see Justin Timberlake strut his stuff on stage at The O2 in London! Find out she made of the show in her latest event review…

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First things first, Justin Timberlake is a music god! With no supporting act on the London leg of his 20/20 Experience tour, JT made sure the show was all about him, and nobody else had anything else to talk about.

JT began the show by swaggering out in his trademark suit and tie, before singing crowd pleasing favourites such as ‘rock your body’ and ‘like I love you’, as well as some new material such as ‘pusher lover girl’ which got the crowd eagerly anticipating what to come.

The show then took a turn to the lively, where JT and his truly amazing backing dancers busted some moves to ‘Holy Grail’ and ‘Summer Love’, with Justin performing some amazing vocals to ‘Lovestoned’ and the massive hit ‘Cry me a river’. I have to say the vocals and dancing were possibly the best I’ve ever seen, and the choreography and unpredictable twists to backing tracks kept the crowds on their toes and not knowing what to expect next.

After a brief interval, Justin Timberlake came back to the stage for more surprises, twists & turns. The star came out on a moving stage whilst singing and dancing to ‘Senorita’ and having a real party, which travelled to the back of the arena, at an ideal viewing position for me which I was ecstatic about.

After highlighting his insane vocal range and playing the guitar for ‘What goes around comes around’ the star made his way back to the main stage for the finale which consisted on ‘Suit & Tie’, ‘Sexyback’ and ‘Mirrors’. The energy on stage for Sexyback was truly phenomenal and had everybody singing and dancing along, the whole arena was blown away.

As a massive JT fan from a young age, I was far from disappointed with his fifth world wide tour. Not only did the star play 3 instruments on tour, show off his smooth dance moves & highlight his vocals, he was a true entertainer. I’ll be sure to visit his next tour (whenever it may be), you’d be crazy to miss it!

Have you seen Justin Timberlake live in concert? Or perhaps you’ve seen another music act at The O2 this year? Let us know by filling out the comments box below. 

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