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Justin Timberlake Gives An Autistic Eight Year Old Boy A Birthday Present He'll Never Forget!

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This is pretty much the sweetest thing Justin Timberlake has ever done and he's done a LOT of sweet things!

An eight-year-old boy with autism got the best present of his life (aside from those fancy JT concert tickets from his family) from Mr. JT himself!

In the middle of his concert, the Take Back The Night singer interacted with Julian, who was celebrating his birthday and excitedly jumping up and down trying to tell Justin that this concert was his birthday gift.

After throwing the birthday boy a number of compliments, Justin got the whole stadium, 25,000 people, to sing happy birthday to Julian!

That just takes the cake! What a special night it was for Julian! Happy birthday!

See the adorableness go down (below)!

[Image via BauerGriffinOnline.]

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8 comments to “Justin Timberlake Gives An Autistic Eight Year Old Boy A Birthday Present He'll Never Forget!”

  1. bridgegal66 says – reply to this


    Luv ♥ u Justin - you're the best for putting an extra wide smile on a child's face!

  2. Sara says – reply to this


    Use person-first language! HE IS A BOY who has Autism.


  3. Lily says – reply to this


    He's a boy who has Autism. He's not defined by his condition.

  4. Sasha says – reply to this


    Re: Lily – Actually, it's only caregivers and doctors in the autistic community who prefer the use of the phrase "person with autism." The people who actually have autism? They prefer "autistic," because they think that it only increases the stigma of their condition to have to stress that they are a "person first" and also that their autism is part of who they are. It isn't cancer, and we shouldn't treat it as a terrible thing. You wouldn't get up in arms about me calling someone a "blue-eyed person," would you? No, because we don't have to scream about how people aren't defined by their blue eyes, since it's considered a neutral or even good thing to have them. You wouldn't call an African American person a "person with African Americanism", would you? Why not — shouldn't we stress that people aren't *defined* by their skin color?

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


    A seasoned front man like Justin knows that the light or sincere banter can be the most fun and rewarding part of being an entertainer…and sometimes it gives great surprises.
    When the crowd is right, concerts taken to a personal level are more fun and meaningful for both the audience and the band.

  6. Lnwalker says – reply to this


    He also helped a guy propose at this show. Class act

  7. jniji says – reply to this


    If you stop reading this you will die. My name is Teresa Fidaglo, if you don’t post this on 20 photos I will sleep with you forever. A girl skipped this and 29 hours later her mom died. I am real you can google me.“

  8. allan says – reply to this


    He seems to be a very classy guy too bad most so called celebrities act like assholes craving attention