Justin Timberlake likely to sing with Madonna during Tel Aviv gigs

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September 1, 2009 15:57

 
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Popular singer Justin Timberlake has arrived in Israel and is likely to perform on stage with Madonna during Tuesday and Wednesday's "Sweet & Sticky" tour concerts in Tel Aviv, informed sources told The Jerusalem Post. Awaiting Tuesday's gig, there were already over 200 people waiting outside the gates by 3 p.m., hours before the gates were set to open. "We will stand as long as we have to," said Orit, 32, from Holon. "I even brought my pillow."

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