Biel also posted the photo on Instagram with the caption “Look who came over for lunch…#Imwithher.”
During the Democratic National Convention earlier this year, Clinton’s daughter Chelsea Clinton walked out to Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling.”
Tuesday was a big day for Timberlake: The pop star also announced a new partnership with Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, signing on to produce the two-day festival in his home state of Tennessee.
"I couldn't be more excited about becoming part of The Pilgrimage Music & Culture Festival,” Timberlake said in a press release. “Being a Tennessee native and now a member of the community in Franklin, I have been watching the development of the festival over the past two years. For me, this is an amazing opportunity to help build an exceptional event and contribute to my community.”
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The festival is scheduled to continue this year September 24-25 with headliners Beck, Daryl Hall and John Oates, Jason Isbell, Kacey Musgraves, Kaleo and more. Timberlake will not be performing at this year’s festival.
“It really is a perfect fit to have Justin on board as a partner not only for his knowledge and accomplishments in the music industry but also his love for the Tennessee area,” said co-founder of the festival Kevin Griffin. “We are looking forward to introducing new fans to Pilgrimage and to the music, food, and culture of the southern region.”