February 7, 2003 17:02


For a 45-date tour, that is...

JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE and CHRISTINA AGUILERA have confirmed that they will team up for 45 dates on the 'JUSTIFIED' and 'STRIPPED' tour of North America this summer.

Although full details of the trek have not yet been released, the trek is expected to kick off July 4, according to Billboard.

The jaunt will be Timberlake's inaugural solo tour, and he said in a statement: "I'm looking forward to this tour because it's the first time I'm touring as a solo artist and the first time I'm getting to perform the songs from my CD 'Justified' for my fans.
"This tour with Christina
is going to allow the fans to see two great concerts in one night."

Aguilera added: "I'm so excited to be touring again and to be on stage performing for my fans. That's what makes it all worthwhile for me.
"I'm really looking forward to working with Justin. We are going to put on an unbelievable show. Get ready. This is something you don't want to miss."

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