Justin Timberlake Stops Austin Show to Aid Fan in Medical Emergency

Justin Timberlake Stops Austin Show to Aid Fan in Medical Emergency

Justin Timberlake paused his Forget Tomorrow World Tour performance on June 1 at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas, to assist a fan in need of medical attention. The incident occurred during his performance of the 2002 hit "Cry Me a River" when Timberlake noticed the fan in distress. He promptly signaled to the security team and ensured the fan received necessary assistance. The fan returned to their seat after the situation was resolved, and Timberlake thanked the audience for their attentiveness.

The tour, which supports Timberlake's sixth solo album "Everything I Thought It Was," began on April 29, 2024, at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. This marks Timberlake's return to the stage after a five-year hiatus. The tour is set to continue through various U.S. cities and internationally, concluding on December 20 in Kansas City.

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