The fans' verdict: Justin Timberlake, SSE Hydro

by Luciano Tadeu da Graça

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When Justin Timberlake's silhouette appeared at the back of the stage at the beginning of the first night of his 20/20 experience tour that kicked off tonight in Glasgow, the audience stood up on their feet to welcome their idol.

Over two hours later, around 30 songs played and an impressive display of professionalism, the fans were still on their feet singing along with the hits that made JT's career

Jennifer Wallis from Paisley has been a fan since when JT was part of boyband N'Sync.She said the concert "was amazing, outstanding, really cool".

Ainsley Swanson from John O'Groats travelled more than 8 hours to see the concert. "The show was outstanding and I really love the venue as it is my first time here".

Emma Miller is from Glasgow and "loved when he played Cry me a River which is my all time favourite".She has seen JT in concert a couple of times "but this time the backdrop and his moves really impressed me"

Timberlake's moves were also mentioned by Alexis McKenzie. "He makes look easy the way he dances and sing."

She's been a fan for around 10 years but this is her first time at a concert. "I had a fantastic time! I'm so happy he sang old stuff especially from the album Justified which I wasn't expecting."

Lynn Mcindoe and friend Suzanne Gallagher from Glasgow said: "The whole experience was amazing, the band coming from the floor and the old songs were the highlights for us."

Happy fans confirm that once again JT brought the sexy back to Glasgow in an evening that will remain on everybody's mind.

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