Justin Timberlake posts photo of himself praying at Western Wall

Pop singer prayed hours before he is set to take to the stage for his much-anticipated concert in Tel Aviv.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 28, 2014 08:06
Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake at the Western Wall. (photo credit: INSTAGRAM)

 
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Pop superstar Justin Timberlake sure knows how to make an entrance.

Just hours before he is set to perform at Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park before tens of thousands of screaming fans, the singer decided to make a quick visit to Judaism's holiest site, the Western Wall, almost immediately after landing at Ben-Gurion Airport.

Timberlake posted a photograph of himself on his Instagram account, showing him praying at the wall.
"The Holy Land… What an experience," Timberlake wrote on his Instagram profile. "I will never forget this day. #Israel."



The picture sent Timberlake's legion of female fans into an online frenzy, with the post receiving over 200,000 likes.

Timberlake will perform one show in Israel before continuing with his world tour, which was launched to support his latest album, The 20/20 Experience.

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