Bring on the waterworks! Justin Timberlake was recently brought to tears at a concert he played at Brooklyn's Barclays Center after a gift from a young fan moved him so immensely he took a cue from one of his own songs -- 'Cry Me A River.'
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.
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