Justin Timberlake Becomes A Dad His Thoughts ‘I Have No Idea What I’m Doing’


I don’t know whether y’all are prepared — I know I’m not — but rather Justin Timberlake’sNetflix show uncommon, “Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids,” is at long last here.

The uncommon, which is a cooperation amongst JT and Academy Award-winning chief Jonathan Demme, will showcase the most recent day of Timberlake’s late world visit and turns out on Netflix this Wednesday, October 12.


The 35-year-old hotshot sat down with “TODAY’s” Billy Geist to discuss the Netflix exceptional, and also what it resembles being a father and a spouse.

As you can hear in the clasp above, Justin Timberlake was more anxious for the debut of “Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids” than he has been for whatever else in his vocation.

Geist inquired as to whether he ever considers exactly how far he’s come since the start of his vocation, to which the Memphis, Tennessee local answered,

Yeah, man, every day. I mean… yeah, every day. Now, more so than ever while it’s actually happening.

One thing that is without a doubt more difficult than even his most recent venture, however, is being a father to his 1-year-old child, Silas.


Talking about how he’s been affected by Silas, Justin Timberlake said,

It changes everything. You literally just wake up, look in the mirror and go, ‘I have no idea what I’m doing.’

It changes everything. I would’ve never written a song like ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling.’


JT proceeded,

I don’t know that it was directly inspired to be something that my son could listen to of mine because there’s a lot of music he can’t listen to of mine, at least not yet.

As the meeting proceeded with, Timberlake talked more about his affections for his significant other, Jessica Biel, and his child, Silas, saying,

It’s crazy… this new appreciation for both of them, her and him, and it’s humiliating and it’s humbling at the same time.


Damn, I don’t think about y’all, however I’m straight up crying here. To hear Justin Timberlake discuss parenthood with such a certified thankfulness and joy is simply, well, unimaginably rousing.

I realize what I’m doing Wednesday night.