Justin Timberlake Invites the World on His “Search For Love” Quest to Find a Recently Engaged NY Couple

Kefi Maxwell

by Kefi Maxwell

Published March 20, 2014

We thought Justin Timberlake releasing two albums in one year would be the peak of his unexpected yet satisfying 20/20 Experience. However, Timberlake has now added an interactive twist. Our lovely dovey R&B crooner wants to find a recently engaged couple inspired by his "Not A Bad Thing" love song in hopes to feature them in a documentary about finding love. Apparently, the mystery couple got engaged on a Long Island train to NYC using his song as backdrop inspiration and now he wants the world to help him find them. Yeah, he's politely asking us to grill every recently engaged couple we know about their proposal experience. Romantic, right?

The debut of this pseudo-music video / documentary first premiered on Ellen DeGeneres. The untitled documentary features intimate interviews of married couples and their journeys of how they came to find the right love. As a newlywed himself, Justin is certainly making a strong case for romanticism by initiating such a grand quest to find love.

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Justin Timberlake shows support for documentary about finding love. He's initiated a hunt to find a newly engaged couple whose proposal was inspired by his "Not A Bad Thing" song.


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