Funny Justin Timberlake Flashback: Will His Solo Career Succeed?

The pop star spoke to Barbara Walters in 2002, when his first solo album, "Justified," came out.
3:00 | 05/17/13

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A decade ago. Customers trying to prove his talent as a solo artists pledged just. If it's C is what does it says but if it succeeds then the next great if it passes it -- doesn't. Wasn't it just doesn't. JT was coming after six -- -- with N'sync abandonment sold fifteen million albums but his first step into the business. Began almost from the moment he was -- His parents -- -- when he was doing. And he was raised by his mother and stepfather and then then Tom Hopson mother remembers the first time that -- sanctions. Couldn't boom. He was about -- your child the first comer that we heard him singing harmony to the right. And you know -- OK he's he's a very.

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