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Justin Timberlake Auctions Tickets for Charity

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Singer and actor Justin Timberlake has donated two VIP concert tickets whose proceeds will benefit the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, which provides access to the arts to disadvantaged youth.

The tickets, which are being auctioned by charitybuzz, may be redeemed for a future Timberlake show, including the Justin Timberlake and Friends concert scheduled for October 1, 2011 in Las Vegas. Included in the package are industry seating for the winning bidder, as well as the opportunity to meet Timberlake.

The charitybuzz auction closes on August 10. To bid on the tickets, which cannot be resold, click here.

Timberlake, whose career started with the boy band *NSync, is a Grammy- and Emmy-winning artist, with two successful solo CDs, several films and a clothing line on his resume. Timberlake’s latest movie, Friends with Benefits, co-starring Mila Kunis, hits theaters on Friday. 

Timberlake has also been in the news recently as he and Kunis were both asked to attend the Marine Corps Ball by a couple of very bold Marines.

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