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Saturday 20 December 2014

Biel: Timberlake ‘killed it’ at Brits

Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake

Jessica Biel enthusiastically praised husband Justin Timberlake’s performance at The Brit Awards, telling fans he “killed it.”

The singer treated the crowd at London’s O2 arena to his first ever live performance of his new song Mirrors.

His 30-year-old actress wife proudly took to Twitter to express her delight following the show.

"My huz just killed it on the Brits," Jessica tweeted after he left the stage. "And the London fans are the t**s!"

MTV reported that Justin looked dapper in a Tom Ford suit and tie for his performance which ended with the audience clapping along.

And although the star pulled out all the stops, it seems he was still feeling the after effects of international travel.

“Warming up. Trying to shake this jet lag, baby!” he wrote on his Twitter page before the performance.

“Here we go. Still jet lagged... Ha!” he later added, alongside a photograph of himself getting into his suit jacket.

Mirrors is Justin’s second single from his forthcoming album The 20/20 experience.

It follows hot on the heels of his hit song Suit & Tie which Justin sung at the Grammys.

Despite his jet lag, the star did seem to enjoy himself at the Brits.

“Thank you #Brits2013! Had a blast!” he later tweeted.

Jessica and Justin married in Italy last October.

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