Justin Timberlake Claps Back at Fans Retiring Claim With New 'Forget Tomorrow World Tour' Dates
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The 'What Goes Around... Comes Around' hitmaker has proven that his world tour garners 'overwhelming demand' after it was said that he had been retired by his fans.

AceShowbiz - Justin Timberlake may have put smiles on his devotees' faces with his recent announcement. The "What Goes Around... Comes Around" hitmaker revealed that he has added nine new dates to his "Forget Tomorrow World Tour".

On Monday, May 20, the 43-year-old artist shared the exciting news on his Instagram page. In his new post, he uploaded a video in which he stated, "Listen, we are adding the shows," before clapping his hands several times. He went on to exclaim, "Let's go!"

In the short clip, Justin looked in good spirits as he made the announcement. He sported a black top, which came with a high neck design, under a black suit that was covered in sparkling sequins. He completed the look with a pair of matching pants, red-tinted shades and white pearl necklace.

Along with the footage, the "No Angels" singer wrote in the caption of the post, "Due to overwhelming demand...we're adding 9 shows in the U.S.." He further shared the details, "Citi and Verizon pre-sales start tomorrow 10am local, and general on sale starts 5/23 10am local. Link in my bio #TFTWTOUR."

It did not take long for the post to be flooded with positive online responses from Instagram users. In the comments section, some of them voiced their excitement for Justin extending the world tour. One in particular wrote, "Justin two nights in LA wasn't enough. We need 10 more." Similarly, another asked, "Come back to the BAY AREA, plsssss!"

A third requested, "King, we're gonna need you to come back to the Kia Forum in 2025. Two nights is not enough and I need to experience this show AGAIN," adding a crying face emoji. A fourth added, "This is about to sound greedy AYE EFF buuut... COME BACK TO LA! You had the city of Inglewood turned UP!!"

The additional dates were announced after Justin was said by a music industry expert to have been retired by his fans. On May 10, famous music journalist Toure of TheGrio spoke to Paula Froelich of NewsNation about Justin being forgotten by his devotees.

"A six-year break from your mid-thirties to your early forties is a really long time (for an artist)," Toure said. "Most of (Justin's) fans have aged out of caring about him. It's like the old saying goes, 'You don't retire - the audience retires you.' "

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