Rumor: Justin Timberlake And Jay-Z To Embark On 10-City Stadium Tour

Rumor: Justin Timberlake And Jay-Z To Embark On 10-City Stadium Tour
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Justin Timberlake was joined by Jay-Z at the Grammys on Sunday to perform his comeback hit “Suit & Tie” — and we’re told the duo is now looking to embark on a full-blown tour.

Justin hinted there will be “big news coming” after the Grammys via Twitter, and admitted on the red carpet:

“We’re definitely going to go on tour . . . I don’t know how much I should say . . . It’s going to be a lot of fun, I know that.”

Although Justin didn’t reveal who “we” was, we’re almost certain it’s Jay-Z!

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Photo Credit: Larry Busacca/Getty Images

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