Justin Timberlake Pauses Texas Concert to Assist a Fan in Need: ‘Turn on the House Lights’

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

“We need help right here, about five rows back,” the *NSYNC member stated in a video posted on social media.

Justin Timberlake always has his fans’ backs!

On Saturday, June 1, the 43-year-old singer was performing his 2002 hit “Cry Me a River” at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas, when he noticed a fan who seemed to need assistance.

In a video shared on TikTok, Timberlake paused his Forget Tomorrow World Tour performance to check on the fan.

After instructing the crowd to “put your hands up” to the song, he signaled to a security team member, pointing out the person who appeared to need help.

“House lights up, thank you! Sorry everyone, one moment… we need some assistance right here about five rows back,” the *NSYNC star announced.

“Are we OK? No, no problem!” the musician reassured the fan after they appeared to thank him for pausing the show to check on them.

The incident occurred after Timberlake returned from a five-year hiatus on April 29, 2024, launching his latest world tour at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada.

According to a press release, Timberlake delivered a two-hour set packed with both classic hits and new favorites from his sixth studio album, Everything I Thought It Was.

The musician performed tracks such as “My Love,” “Suit & Tie,” “Rock Your Body,” and “SexyBack.” He also debuted live performances of new songs from his album released on March 15, including “Technicolor,” “Infinity Sex,” “Imagination,” “Drown,” “My Favorite Drug,” “F—in’ Up the Disco,” “Play,” and “Flame.”

Timberlake announced his tour on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in January.

The star will perform in Fort Worth, Texas, on June 4, before heading to cities such as Atlanta, Miami, Chicago, New York City, and Boston throughout June. The tour will conclude on December 20, 2024, at Kansas City’s T-Mobile Center.