TIME Magazine has unveiled its annual Most Influential People list, which is comprised of five separate categories: Artists, Leaders, Pioneers, Titans and Icons.
While the list itself isn't surprising -- media mainstays like Jennifer Lawrence, Jay-Z, Lena Dunham and Frank Ocean all landed spots -- what was intriguing is what other notable people wrote about them.
To further advance his plans for world domination, Justin Timberlake appeared on the British talk show 'The Jonathan Ross Show.' And when talk turned to 901, JT's new brand of tequila (yeah, he has one of those now, named after the area code in his hometown of Memphis), Ross opened the bottle and they downed two shots.
Then he challenged the singer to three rounds of mini-golf. And the drinking didn't stop there.
"Justin Timberlake Week" on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' was pretty eventful, what with the coy shade JT threw at Kanye West, the barbershop quintet version of 'SexyBack' and all those mannequin arms flying about.
And on Friday, March 15, they closed out the whole thing in style by doing yet another installment in their epic 'History of Rap' series.
'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' is known for its strange recurring sketches, including one called “Real People, Fake Arms” in which actors replace their arms with mannequin arms. (Trust us, it's much funnier than it sounds.)
The premise for the latest version of the gag was this: Steve Carell and Jimmy Fallon once appeared on a Canadian soap opera together called 'Jacob's Patience,' but Carell refused to use his delicate arms in any of the scenes, which forced everyone on the show to use fake arms. Oh, and Justin Timberlake was involved, too.
Continuing “Justin Timberlake Week” on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' Fallon and JT topped even the discussion of his feud with Kanye West by performing a barbershop quintet version of Timberlake's hit 'SexyBack.'
Slow down, guys. It's only the second night and you're already making us giddy.