Justin Timberlake Delays Upcoming World Tour
Cosmopolitan.com reports that Justin Timberlake has postponed the beginning of his upcoming world tour in Montreal and Boston until the summer 2014. The Montreal Gazette cite extended rehearsals as the reason for the shoow's delay.
The originally-scheduled opening shows of 'The 20/20 Experience World Tour' were set to take place at Montreal's Bell Center on October 31 and November 1. The concerts will now take place on July 25 and July 26, 2014 respectively. Timberlake's appearance at Boston's TD Garden on November 4 has been moved to July 19, 2014.
The former 'NSync star is set to play nine dates in the UK in March and April of next year, including two shows at London's O2 Arena on April 1 and 2.
The 20/20 Experience, has been critically well received and is the year's best selling album with over 3.5 million sold to date worldwide. The album marks Timberlake with the biggest male debut in five years as well as the biggest digital debut in U.S. history by a male artist. The 20/20 Experience held the #1 spot in both the Top 200 (3 weeks) and R&B album chart (10 weeks). In just its first week of release all 10 tracks charted on the digital songs chart and have sold over 6.2 million tracks in the US. The album has reached platinum status in three other countries as well as gold status in nine other countries tracks.
The latest single "TKO" is the #1 most added song at Top 40 and Rhythm Crossover. The song immediately entered the top 10 charts on iTunes and has continued to stay there. "TKO" has debuted Top 10 on iTunes in 17 markets worldwide since its release.
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