After making his comeback official by performing at the Grammys on Sunday, Justin Timberlake left the tie and loosened up his collar for an intimate show at the Hollywood Palladium. Like his show during Super Bowl weekend, the pop star kicked off his 90-minute set with his 2002 single “Like I Love You.” With his “JT & the Tennessee Kids” 12-piece band backing him, Timberlake went through hits such as “My Love” and “Rock Your Body,” plus remix of “Cry Me a River” that blended 2012 anthems “Bandz a Make Her Dance” and “Ni**as in Paris.”

Along with performing “Pusher Love Girl” and “That Girl” from his The 20/20 Experience album, the 31-year-old did covers of INXS’ “What You Need” and The Jacksons “Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground).” Jay-Z later joined J.T. for their “Suit & Tie” single, as Timbaland closed the show alongside Justin with “Sexyback.” Before the show, Timberlake released his new 8-minute long song titled “Mirrors,” stream and purchase on iTunes here.

Watch footage from Justin Timberlake’s show below….

Footage via Rap-Up

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