Justin Timberlake reminded us that his medley of hits span past the 20/20 Experience last night for the closing performance of "Justin Timberweek" at Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Backed by his band, The Tennessee Kids, the Memphis crooner took onlookers down memory lane, as he ran through singles from Justified and FutureS-x/LoveSounds.
Some tracks received a new twist. One of which being "Cry Me a River," which Timberlake briefly integrated with Juicy J's catchy "Bandz a Make Her Dance" chorus. He stuck to the format with classic jams, including "Like I Love You," "Senorita" and "My Love."
In a separate segment, Timberlake and Fallon revisited their History of Rap series for a fourth time, which may have ousted the actual performance for most entertaining moment of the night. We won't spoil that for you, so be sure to hit the next page to see that spirited performance after watching J.T. take the stage below.