Justin Timberlake has confirmed plans for a world tour, and hinted that some big name guests may be joining him on the road, with many tipping Jay-Z to join the 'Suit & Tie' star on tour.
The singer has said he'll 'definitely' be heading out on tour after the release of his third studio album, The 20/20 Experience, next month.
But the singer refused to be pressed on speculation that he might be bringing some special guests with him, but promised fans "it's going to be a lot of fun."
Speaking to E! at the Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 10) he said: "Absolutely, yeah we're definitely going on tour.
"We're still putting it together, but it's going to be a lot of fun.
"I don't know how much I should say [about special guests]," he teased.
Timberlake delivered his first televised performance this weekend at the Grammy Awards, performing his comeback single 'Suit & Tie' with Jay-Z and then playing new song 'Pusher Love Girl'.
He followed his performance by releasing a new song called 'Mirrors' on iTunes straight afterwards.
JT released new track 'Mirrors' straight after his Grammys performance
When officially announced, JT's The 20/20 Experience Tour will be added to the list of mammoth tours for 2013 that already include Beyonce's world tour, Fleetwood Mac's world tour and Bruce Springsteen's UK tour to mention just a few.
Timberlake recently had to do some back-peddling when people understood him to be calling Britney Spears a 'b**ch' at a comeback performance. Timberlake denies that's what he meant.
Of all the comebacks we've seen announced so far this year, Timberlake's has arguably drawn the most hysteric reaction from fans around the world.
But fans will have to wait to see if the rumours of guest appearances are true or not.
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