Justin Timberlake Reunites With Selfie Kid in Boston

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Justin Timberlake performs onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl LII Halftime Show at U.S. Bank Stadium on Feb. 4, 2018 in Minneapolis.

On his first of two shows in Boston for the Man of the Woods Tour, Justin Timberlake reunited with Super Bowl LII's biggest star: the Selfie Kid.

Ryan McKenna, the Massachusetts native who went viral after snapping a quick pic with "Can't Stop The Feeling" singer during the halftime performance, joined Timberlake backstage at the TD Garden arena on Wednesday night (April 4) to catch up and snap another selfie. 

Timberlake surprised McKenna with the tickets and backstage passes to the TD Garden show while the teen stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show after the Super Bowl. And according to McKenna, the surprises didn't stop there.

"I went into Justin's dressing room and he like surprised me -- jumped out," the 13-year-old told Boston's NBC affiliate. "And he was like, 'What's up man?!' And then we took another selfie. And then Patriots players came in -- Julian Edelman, which was so cool because I'm a huge Patriots fan."

JT fans may notice that there's a slight difference in the latest Selfie Kid snap (and not just the fact that it's in a dressing room rather than a sea of football fans): The initially brace-faced McKenna has since gotten his braces off.

The "Filthy" singer plays another night in Boston tonight. Check out his latest pic with Selfie Kid below.

 

Great time meeting @justintimberlake #manofthewoodstour !! #selfie --------

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