Justin Timberlake performs at Grammys, releases single

Feb 11, 2013 at 1:27 p.m. ET

JT takes home the Grammy for "Most Swag." (What do you mean that doesn't exist?)

Justin TimberlakeJustin Timberlake is back, y'all!

JT killed it last night at the Grammys. With a few lighting and camera tricks, he turned the whole place into a black-and-white movie. He and his mic stand were like Gene Kelly in Singin' in the Rain — smooth. He and the Tennessee Kids (that awesome band behind our boy) tore it up with his funky and modern "Suit and Tie" that sounds like a throwback to a better time... when men always wore suits and ties, polished their shoes, drank from the "top shelf" and knew how to treat a lady. There was even a special appearance from our man Jay-Z — decked out in a velvet coat, of course.

Afterward, Timberlake took it down a notch and brought sexy time to the Grammys. We imagine plenty of couples in the audience got lucky last night while YouTube rolled a video of his performance.

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Throughout the awards show, viewers were also treated to an overwhelming number of adverts for the new Justin Timberlake album, The 20/20 Experience, which releases on March 19 and is available at Target, in case you can't remember from the 50 million ads.

Most exciting, though, was being treated to another full-length single from our favorite former Mouseketeer. You can even listen to the full audio here!


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Talk about romantic! When Justin and Jessica Biel were married, we were told he performed at their wedding. Do you think he sang this song? It's pretty romantic and clearly about his beautiful new wife (who was caught in the seats cheering excitedly for her man on a number of occasions). All of us hopeless romantics are mostly excited for the Timberlake album so we can crack open a physical copy (those things called CDs) to see how he thanks his wife inside the booklet.

Of course, we're genuinely excited to rock JT again and still seem relevant.

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