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Justin Timberlake’s ‘Not a Bad Thing’ Video Seeks to Find Engaged Couple

Justin Timberlake‘s video for ‘Not a Bad Thing’ is based on the true story of a guy who proposed to his girlfriend on a Long Island Rail Road train on the way to NYC on Jan. 12, using JT’s song to do it! The singer –and hopeless romantic– wants to get in touch with the couple and used the video as the medium.

The video is more like a documentary about locating the couple as much as it is about looking for love as a whole. It features couples talking about their perspective on love as the documentarians seek their subject.

Sour and cynical about love? Watch this video and have your mind changed, and to see if the couple is found.

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