No more 'Nipplegates,' LA-based parents group begs Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake to make half time history at the Super Bowl this year

Justin Timberlake to make half time history at the Super Bowl this year

Ahead of Timberlake's halftime performance at Super Bowl LII on Sunday (Feb. 4), the Parents Television Council (PTC) is urging him to steer clear of any moves that could rival the infamous "wardrobe malfunction" of 2004.

You can read the Council's full letter by visiting its blog. You became a husband and a father.

Timberlake has performed at the Super Bowl Halftime Show twice before already, and he will be the first individual artist to have performed three times, according to the NFL. And before it all goes down, Timberlake is getting ready for the show in unreleased Air Jordans fans will be able to pick up soon. "You really threw us - and millions of parents who were watching with their kids".

"Our children are confronted with enough harmful and explicit content in today's entertainment media".

The watchdog group says it wants "a positive, uplifting and entertaining halftime show on Sunday". You became a generous philanthropist, both on the golf course and in the classroom. And you've brought us joy through your music and your film performances.

"At the end of the day, the typical Super Bowl halftime show is probably not completely family friendly, and I will most likely not let my children watch it live", Lenow told BP. "The media has been asking you about this very thing - and we are heartened by your response that the events of 2004 are not going to happen in 2018".

Speaking about the incident with Zane Lowe, Justin said: "I stumbled through it, to be quite honest".

"Thank you for considering our urgent appeal for a positive, uplifting and entertaining halftime show on Sunday", the letter concludes. Because our Children are Watching.

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