The recently engaged actor/singer sported a beard while at a Vegas conference to launch Myspace TV in the next few months.
Justin, who knows a lot about the internet based on his role in “The Social Network,” announced the former website MySpace is teaming up with Panasonic to kick off Myspace TV, a place to watch television shows online.
PC Magazine says MySpace will now be undergoing a lot of changes, including it’s dropping the capital S and getting a complete design makeover.
Myspace TV will start off airing music videos and songs for free. It will start with a collection of over 100,000 videos and 42,000,000 songs. The site will then expand to sports, comedy shows and reality TV. Of course the majority of these items will be Timberlake-related movies and music.
Unfortunately, MySpace TV has the same longevity and appeal as his grizzly beard.