We all know that Justin Timberlake is a huge star – both as a musician and an actor –, but according to his Friends With Benefits co-star Patricia Clarkson, he is huge in another way. During her recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live, Clarkson revealed that Timberlake is one of the most well-endowed men in Hollywood.
TooFab reports that while she was participating in a segment called “How Big Was It,” host Andy Cohen asked Clarkson questions about her film career. And, when he specifically asked her who had the best chance of being her friend with benefits in real life when she played Mila Kunis’ mom in the 2011 romantic comedy, Clarkson got shockingly real – and didn’t hesitate – with her answer.
“Hands down Justin Timberlake,” Clarkson said. “Cause if we want to talk about big … Sorry, Justin. Oh god.”
Cohen couldn’t help himself and had to keep prying. He then asked if Timberlake was really that well-endowed, and Clarkson said that she had the “good fortune” to actually get a glimpse of him during a scene where Timberlake couldn’t put anything on. She added that the 37-year-old is a gorgeous man who is gifted below the waist.
“We’ve been doing this show for nine years, that’s maybe the best scoop ever!” said Cohen.
Clarkson then replied that Timberlake’s mother is “gonna kill me.”
The actress also talked about other big things, including her biggest paycheck, which she revealed was from The Maze Runner trilogy.
As for Timberlake, fans have seen him a lot lately as the spokesperson for Bai Brand beverages, but after being named in a recent class-action lawsuit claiming Bai deceived customers with false and misleading labeling, Timberlake wants out.
The singer says he doesn’t know what is in the beverages, but the suit alleges that the company claims they use only natural ingredients. However, they do actually use artificial flavors.
Because he was part of the company’s 2017 Super Bowl ad and is their celebrity spokesperson, he became part of the lawsuit. Timberlake wants the courts to dismiss the lawsuit and claims he doesn’t know what is in the drinks he promotes.
He said he had no role in the design, manufacturing, or distribution of the drinks, and the plaintiffs can’t prove he has any knowledge of Bai’s ingredients. Timberlake also says that the lawsuit doesn’t claim that he made any false statements in the Super Bowl commercial.
Ultimately, Justin Timberlake argued that he is simply a celebrity spokesperson and not liable for damages.