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Friday 27 May 2016

Justin Timberlake announces new track

Published 11/02/2013

Justin Timberlake
Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake made a triumphant return to music last night, with the release of a new song and a show-stopping performance at the Grammys.

After taking to the stage at the prestigious music event, Justin's team announced the release of new song Mirrors from his upcoming third album, The 20/20 Experience.

The personal track follows on from Justin's comeback single Suit & Tie featuring Jay-Z, and the star's management were thrilled to announce his newest offering on the singer's Twitter page.

"See Justin's Grammy performance? Preorder The 20/20 Experience on iTunes + download the new song Mirrors! -teamJT (sic)," they explained.

Justin released the full The 20/20 Experience track list and cover art last week.

So far, fans have been treated to lead single Suit & Tie, Little Pusher Love Girl, which Justin performed at the Grammys, and That Girl, which he debuted at a recent Super Bowl charity party.

Justin had a storming night on Sunday - wowing crowds with his performance at the star-studded Grammys.

Beyoncé Knowles and Ellen DeGeneres introduced the hunk's return to the stage.

"This performance marks a man who was born to make music," the Destiny's Child star gushed.

The 32-year-old singer gave a show-stopping performance, backed by a big band and joined on stage by Jay-Z. The heartthrob showed off his famous dance moves dressed in a dapper black Tom Ford suit with a bow tie, cummerbund and black and white shoes.

Justin performed single Suit & Tie before Jay-Z appeared on stage towards the end of the song. The former 'N Sync star also wowed the screaming crowds with Little Pusher Love Girl.

Justin was joined by wife Jessica Biel at the event, who was seen sharing a joke or two on the front row alongside power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

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