Justin Timberlake Releases New Fan-Made 'Not A Bad Thing' Video: Watch
After Justin Timberlake asked fans to share their love stories for a chance to be featured in a new video for "Not A Bad Thing," the pop maestro made good on his promise, collecting photos, videos, messages and tweets in a new clip for the Top 10 hit.
The original clip for "Not A Bad Thing" featured a love story set on a New York train, where a man proposed to his girlfriend using a Justin Timberlake song. The viral-ish clip helped steer the "20/20 Experience Part 2" single into the upper reaches of the Hot 100 chart, and led to a new social campaign in which the pop superstar asked fans to use the hashtag #NOTABADLOVESTORY and share their own happy tales. The resulting video is full of kissing shots, photos of husbands and wives, and the occasional engagement video -- all stirring in their own way.
"Not A Bad Thing" drops one spot to No. 9 on this week's Hot 100 chart, and is the highest-charting single from Timberlake's "20/20 Experience Part 2" album. Meanwhile, Timberlake's new "duet" with Michael Jackson, "Love Never Felt So Good," descends to No. 16 on the chart, after peaking at No. 9.
After enjoying a massive 2013, Timberlake was named Top Artist at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards last month. Click here for a full recap of the show.