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JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE IS A NEW MAN

GRAB YOUR COMFIEST FLANNEL AND SAY GOODBYE TO THE “SUIT & TIE.” EW GOES INSIDE THE MAKING OF MAN OF THE WOODS, JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE’S RAW AND ROOTSY NEW ALBUM.

HERE’S A STORY ABOUT JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE almost crying that will make you smile. Just before the holidays, Timberlake paid a visit to Tom Poleman, iHeartMedia’s chief programming officer, to preview his first LP in nearly five years, Man of the Woods. Poleman has known Timberlake since his bleach-blond *NSYNC days, and these advance listening sessions are routine whenever Timberlake has new music. But this time, the superstar came with an unusual warning. “There were parts of the album

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