Justin Timberlake inducted into Memphis Hall of Fame
Justin Timberlake has been inducted into the Memphis Music Hall of Fame.
The singer, who has released four music albums over the course of his career, was honored alongside guitarist Scotty Moore, Alberta Hunter and Al Jackson.
Timberlake was introduced onto the stage by close friend Jimmy Fallon.
“This is the f—— coolest thing that has ever happened to me,” the Mirrors singer said.
“I wanna thank all the great artists in this hall,” Timberlake said. “I’m truly honored, to merely stand on the shoulders of all these legends I grew up listening to, and I grew up admiring, to say that I stand alongside them now.”
Timberlake also gave a shout-out to wife, Jessica Biel, calling her his “rock.”
“Baby, I love you more than I could put into words and more than any song I could ever write,” he said to his wife of 3 years.