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Justin Timberlake surprises Super Bowl Selfie Kid on 'Ellen'

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The 2018 Super Bowl “Selfie Kid” will get a surprise from Justin Timberlake during his appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today.

One of the best moments of the Super Bowl Halftime Show was when 13-year-old Ryan McKenna got to snap some selfies with the 37-year-old singer at the end of the performance.

“We had no idea that Justin was gonna be there [in our section],” Ryan, sporting his New England Patriots jersey, tells host Ellen. “I pushed through. I was elbowing people, but I got there. I was there with him.”

Ryan then shares his thoughts about all the memes that have been created since the event, before Justin surprises him with a phone call and a special treat – four VIP tickets to his Boston concert in April. “Ryan, I look forward to meeting you and our second selfie together,” Timberlake told him.

Meanwhile, Timberlake was spotted paying a visit to the merch shop on Thursday in New York City.

He repped his Man of the Woods merchandise, including a black hoodie and stylish denim jacket, along with black Nike pants, sneakers, and a beanie.

Justin reportedly treated the waiting customers and fans to a dozen boxes of pizza.

The store will be open from Friday to Sunday and will feature 16 brand collaborations, each paired with a song from his new album.

Full Story: People

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