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I believe in love.” “I’ve been through horrible relationships,” she continues.“But unfortunately, I still believe in love and that sort of thing …She shared about the “sexy” singer, "I was dancing with him after the breakup. I really wish I could say that happened, because that would be the coolest story in the world! , the 36-year-old actress recalled what it was like being one of Timberlake's backup dancers "during and after" his breakup from Britney Spears, and if there was actually a dance-off between the pop stars, which was portrayed in Lifetime's unauthorized Britney Spears biopic, "So, this dance-off situation, it never happened, people! It was in tabloids and everyone thought this happened," Dewan-Tatum said, setting the record straight. ' Of course he's sexy," she said of the "Sexy Back" singer."She has always fallen hard in relationships and with Kevin it was no different," recalls a friend of the former couple.On Sunday’s episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” actress Jenna Dewan confirmed that she dated Justin Timberlake back in the day!And while not every rumor is featured—Mario Lopez, is the "one night stand" in your memoir really about Brit—it's clear that the pop star has experienced plenty of love in her life.
So far Spears has enlisted a slew of producers, composers and collaborators, including Moby and P. "She did spend some time with them, but we're not even sure if those tracks are going to be picked, if they're going to make the album," her spokesperson said. News Live" on Monday that he had recorded two songs with the singer, while Moby told W that the song he did with Spears is "brooding and atmospheric. It's very simple and, for lack of a better word, sexy." Other producers working with Spears include Rodney Jerkins, the Neptunes, the Matrix (best known for their songwriting for Avril Lavigne), 7 Aurelius (Ashanti), Metro (Cher's "Believe"), the Atlanta collective Red Zone and Fred Durst (see "Who's Been Hooking Up With Britney? I've never done that before." None of the tracks created with the newly announced producers, however, were among those played during MTV's visit to her studio sessions, where she previewed "Touch of My Hand," "Brave Girl" and "Every Time" (see "Britney Previews LP, Denies Rumors of 'Cry Me A River' Response").
Close to 15 years later, fans still have fond memories of the pair who defined young love and made matching denim-on-denim looks iconic on the red carpet.
Most recently, the pair expressed the possibility of collaborating on new music together.
Let's just say their fans would be totally supportive.
Fred Durst: Rewind to 2003 when Britney tried to get the talented singer to work on her new album.