On January 8, 2001, Britney Spears and her then boyfriend, the leader of the boy band N Sync, Justin Timberlake, arrived hand in hand and perfectly matched to the 28th edition of the annual Awards of the american music (the AMAs) in Los Angeles. Their relationship would break a year later, but the proof of your love, innocent and idyllic; desired for himself by millions of teens all over the world, has remained intact until today.
Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake in 2001.
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At that time, both were one of those couples that we now would refer to as #powercouple #relationshipgoals #couplegoals. She was the princess of pop and it represented all those values americans and white middle-class who so well fitted by then; in the meantime, he fulfilled his part of the agreement acting as that boyfriend patient, which respects the virgo of your partner.
From the distance, we cannot avoid thinking of our self in the past as being somewhat naive. In these almost 20 years, have been put on the table issues that, at that time, remained dormant. Luckily, many things have changed; but the picture has not lost its force. Began to re-establish themselves in a way post-modern some years ago and fit better than ever thanks to the return of the fashion of the 2000and now, one of the protagonists has spoken about it. “I don’t know uncle, you could carry that look today,” said Timberlake in the podcast The Daily Popcast that went along with the also exintegrante of N Sync, Lance Bassto celebrate the 20th anniversary of his album No Strings Attached.
In any case, the look cowboy game was the idea of Spears, who also presented the gala that night. “Look, dude, we all do many things when you’re young and you’re in love with. That’s what you do”, he said Timberlake.
But this was not the only stylistic decision on which Timberlake is uttered. “I think I started to wear bandanas because I didn’t know what the fuck to do with my hair. If it had been a decade ago… [pero entonces] we were all very green,” he settled the singer.
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