Justin Timberlake Delivers Live Debuts of 'Supplies' & 'Say Something' on 'Fallon' After Epic Super Bowl Halftime Show

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Justin Timberlake performs on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon at the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis. 

Following his show-stopping performance at the halftime show of Super Bowl LII, pop megastar Justin Timberlake took to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform two tracks off of his latest album, Man of the Woods.

Kicking things off with the thumping party-starter "Supplies," Timberlake got the live audience pumped for the rest of the show with a high-energy rendition of the song -- which marked the first televised performance of the track. Shortly after opening the show, Timberlake sat down with Fallon (and had a "songversation" in a hilarious sketch) to chat about his halftime show and the Prince tribute that had everyone talking.

"I just felt like I wanted to do something for this city and something for him that would just be the ultimate homage to what I consider the GOAT [Greatest of All Time] of musicians," he told Fallon during their sit-down.

After Fallon also chatted with the This Is Us cast and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Timberlake returned for a bookending performance of his Chris Stapleton collaboration "Say Something" with the country crooner joining him for another Man of the Woods live debut. Timberlake sported a bright orange Man of the Woods shirt for both performances, with his famous band The Tennessee Kids providing smooth instrumentals to complement JT and Stapleton's acoustic guitars.

The Tonight Show was a special live post-Super Bowl broadcast that took place at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis. Check out both of Timberlake's performances below.

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