Justin Timberlake on ‘trauma’ of being pelted with bottles at SARS concert

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Justin Timberlake on ‘trauma’ of being pelted with bottles at SARS concert

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2/16/2020

Justin Timberlake on ‘trauma’ of being pelted with bottles at SARS concert

The 'Can’t Stop the Feeling’ singer appeared on the ‘The Graham Norton Show’ on Friday where he reflected on the nasty reception he received at the charity event

Justin Timberlake performs during the concert for SARS relief at Downsview Park in Toronto on July 30, 2003. The Canadian Press Justin Timberlake is still haunted by being pelted with what he says were bottles of urine at the 2003 Toronto SARS benefit show. The “Can’t Stop the Feeling” singer appeared on the “The Graham Norton Show” on Friday where he reflected on the nasty reception he received at the charity event. Reports at the time say Timberlake was booed and that water bottles were thrown. Story continues below advertisement Timberlake says he was invited to perform at the show by Mick Jagger. But the former ‘NSync member says he was surprised to learn he was a lone pop star among a lineup of mostly rock acts that included the Rolling Stones, Rush, AC/DC and the Guess Who. The audience didn’t seem pleased to hear him either and Timberlake told Norton with a smirk that he still has “a lot of trauma” from the incident. Related topics Read more: The Globe and Mail

The column said trauma, he joked. As a Canadian that doesn’t throw urine bottles at people trying to do a good thing, this was embarrassing What in the ... I ate 7g of shrooms on the hour walk to that concert. Waiting in line at the gate with 20,000. I could feel every person and see the air. What a show. 30$ for all those bands. Awesome

Trauma... That kinda debases the word as it applies to those who experienced real trauma I was at that show. He was there trying to raise money. He put on a great show. It was a shame the crowd did that to him. Sleeping rejuvenates the mind making it sharper and more analytical so imagine being asleep for a very long time then u finally wake up...JT experienced the butt of that and so will many others like him

I don't want to diminish his experience, if he is correctly using the term 'trauma.' But I'm waiting for someone to ask him about his inaction after Janet Jackson's career was derailed from her Superbowl performance with him. This has a lot to do with his language. I think he read the room wrong ffs

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