Justin Timberlake possibly had every reason to shed tears on Sunday at the iHeartRadio Music Awards. The 34-year old singer got emotional at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and cried while he was being honored with the Innovator Award, the ceremony’s most prestigious award. The Suit & Hitmaker took to the stage with a loving speech addressing him impending fatherhood with Jessica Biel, his pregnant wife.
After he joked that he had said, he won’t cry. After addressing the younger members with some words of wisdom, Justin Timberlake ended his speech with a shout-out to his wife Jessica, now 33. He said that it’s possible to have innovation without creation, and he finally thanked his collaborator, his best friend and loving wife, Jessica Biel, who was watching the event. He addressed his wife while saying he can’t wait to see their greatest creation yet.
He further added, ‘’ …Don’t worry, Daddy’s heading home right now to innovate by learning how to change a poopy diaper and get my swaddle on’’. In January, Justin thanked everyone for the birthday wishes and posted a photo in Instagram, kissing the pregnant belly of his Jessica Biel. Justin Timberlake was presented the award by Tom Ford, who was also his designer and created more than 600 pieces for his 20/20 Experience Tour.
He encouraged his younger fans watching the show during his speech and revealed that no one even called him close to an innovator while he was growing up in school. In fact, he was called different and weird. He further added that if some of his younger fans are facing the same treatment, they should know that critics do not count.
Meanwhile, Zayn Malik has finally left One Direction. His absence from the group’s world tour, ‘’On the Road Again’’ was announced last week, and it turned out to be permanent. Although fans are shocked, the singer’s departure from One Direction is hardly sudden. For a long time now, he has been skipping promotional events, appearing unhappy during the shows and also posting photos on Instagram without his mates.