At 18, Justin Timberlake left his hometown of Millington, Tennessee and became an overnight pop sensation as a member of NSYNC. Ten years later, he's returning home. His first night back in town he runs in to an old friend and learns that a lot has happened since he became famous. Can he make up for past mistakes, or is it too late?
Inspired by Billy Ray Cyrus' "Back To Tennessee" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xnjrqotlgU
Justin's girlfriend lately has been feeling unappreciated. He has been taking her love for granted and she doesn't know how much more of it she can take. He doesn't do the things he used to do, doesn't even say I love you too. Will he be able to change in time? Or will it be too little too late.
Gilda has always dreamed of meeting her "fantasy" better known as Justin Timberlake. So, when the opportunity arises and she wins a backstage pass to one of his concerts, she's more than ecstatic that her dreams are finally coming true. However, those dreams are soon ripped apart when she realizes that the man who she idolized is nothing more than a self-absorbed, uncaring and arrogant individual.
Samantha is the person responsible for flying *NSYNC through the air night after night. She's having issues with one of her bosses and she's just not loving her job, or her life at the moment. It's time to make some drastic changes in her life.
At a certain point, we all need some tender loving. Now, mix that up with the perfect definition of ‘sexy' wrapped in the package of a young server who specializes in whipping up your favorite drink, giving you the perfect concoction of something lethal yet addicting and intoxicating. For Angela, that's her poison. Only, it's not so much a drink but rather the person who serves up these delicious delights.
"I can believe you don't have a man presently, but I won't believe that you don't want one." Pausing, his blues latch onto my browns and he smiles slyly. "I'll tell you what I think though. I think that you just haven't gotten the man you want yet...or maybe..." Drifting again, his smile widens. "He just doesn't know that you indeed want him so he can make the first move." Damn, he knows me so well...