Published: Sun, February 11, 2018

Justin Timberlake stuns pushy 'Selfie Kid,' 13, again with Ellen's help

Justin Timberlake stuns pushy 'Selfie Kid,' 13, again with Ellen's help

The pop star followed with "I Don't Want to Lose You Now" and the on field performance of "Can't Stop The Feeling" before culminating in a classic Super Bowl finale of confetti with Timberlake in the crowd taking selfies.

It's safe to say no one is having a better month than Selfie Kid, the teenager who with halftime performer at the last weekend.

The 13-year-old boy who took a selfie with Justin Timberlake at the Super Bowl received another surprise from the singer while visiting "The Ellen DeGeneres Show". "It's nice to meet you finally", Timberlake said on the phone with McKenna, as the seventh-grader started tearing up.

It just so happens that Timberlake did have something special coming up for McKenna. "So it just shut off, and that's why all the memes formed".

As McKenna recomposed himself, DeGeneres complemented Timberlake about his Super Bowl performance and also asked him if his selfie with McKenna was planned. Unlikely person becomes internet famous for something random, goes on a tour of talk shows, and gets even more surprises along the way (thus extending the internet fame just a little bit). "I've seen those", Ryan said. It makes McKenna cry as it was a huge gift for him. "I'm sure he'll send you money", she said. Surprise, Ryan! You and your family are getting the VIP treatment at a Justin Timberlake concert! The boy broke down, overwhelmed by the reveal, then Timberlake told McKenna that he wanted to personally invite him and his family to see his show at Boston's TD Garden.

So not only did he get backstage passes to meet Timberlake, but the National Football League gave him a VIP experience to a Patriots home game next season, four tickets to a game, and four pre-game field passes.

But that wasn't all, the National Football League piled on the love with four VIP tickets to a Patriots home game next season and four pre-game field passes.

"Yeah, definitely", an emotional McKenna replied.

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