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Justin Timberlake ‘to tour with Jay-Z’

Published 12/02/2013

Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z
Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z

Justin Timberlake is reportedly planning a ten-city stadium tour with collaborator Jay-Z.

The singer made a triumphant return at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, taking to the stage with Jay to perform his comeback single Suit & Tie.

Justin's management hinted there will be “big news coming” on Twitter after the prestigious music event, and the international superstar even revealed that a tour is on the cards while on the red carpet.

“We’re definitely going to go on tour… I don’t know how much I should say... It’s going to be a lot of fun, I know that," he assured.

The New York Post reports that he is going to be hitting the road with Jay-Z, adding that the upcoming shows will be a ten-city stadium tour.

Justin was accompanied by his wife Jessica Biel on Sunday night in Los Angeles, and the newly-married pair sat on the front row alongside power couple Jay-Z and Beyoncé, who welcomed him on stage for his hotly-anticipated performance.

Coming out on stage with Ellen DeGeneres before Justin appeared, the Destiny's Child star introduced the hunk's return.

"This performance marks a man who was born to make music," she gushed.

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 from his new album The 20/20 Experience.

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