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Justin Timberlake Surprises Super Bowl Selfie Kid on 'Ellen'

10 February 2018, 01:48 | Max Haynes

Justin Timberlake Surprises Super Bowl Selfie Kid on 'Ellen'

Justin Timberlake Surprises Super Bowl Selfie Kid on 'Ellen'

That said, for a ton of viewers worldwide, the biggest memory of the biggest game of the year comes courtesy of Ryan McKenna, who you know better as the halftime show selfie kid.

The teen snapped a selfie with Justin Timberlake who performed in a halftime show the Super Bowl last weekend.

The "Filthy" star also mentioned to DeGeneres that he sent her a special signal during the performance, "You told me to rub my belly in a sexual way, which is counterintuitive to me, but I feel like i worked it in there". "It's nice to meet you finally", Timberlake said on the phone with McKenna, as the seventh-grader started tearing up.

The singer then explained how the memorable moment came about, saying that McKenna stole the show.

But the phone call wasn't the only surprise: the Man of the Woods singer had something else in store.

"Because all of this has happened, I thought to myself, I really want to meet you properly", Timberlake said. "I'm going to be coming to TD Garden on tour to play in Boston".

Timberlake then invited McKenna and his family to the MA date of his Man Of The Woods tour, which kicks off next month.

Justin Timberlake Surprises Super Bowl Selfie Kid on 'Ellen'
Justin Timberlake Surprises Super Bowl Selfie Kid on 'Ellen'

DeGeneres also presented McKenna with a New England Patriots VIP experience, courtesy of the National Football League, including tickets to a home game next season and four pre-game field passes.

Justin Timberlake reduced "SelfieKid" to tears with a surprise phone call during his interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

"Oh, my God. I can't believe this", the teenager said. "Just to go to the Super Bowl is a dream come true".

"The lady told us we were in a good section", he said.

The teen was a few rows behind Timberlake when he appeared in the section, but that didn't stop McKenna from trying to stand with him.

The 13-year-old also described to Ellen how he was able to get the selfie seen around the world by elbowing people.

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