A very embarrassing clip of Justin Timberlake has been blowing up social media – and now the singer himself has finally responded.
Justin Timberlake has apologized to fans after he attempted to do the Beat Ya Feet dance in Washington, DC – and failed miserably.
The singer took to Instagram today to jokingly apologise to his fans for his rather uncoordinated looking moves that have since gone viral on social media:
“DC, I want to apologise to you for two reasons,” the singer said as he flashed the camera towards his feet. “Here and here! I had a long talk with both of them, individually, and said, ‘Don’t you ever do that to me again.’
“Maybe it was the khakis, it was a real khaki vibe. But I’m going to make this up to you. I’m going to focus on these two guys right here, and get them right,” he said referring to his feet.
The singer concluded the funny message telling his 62.5 million fans that he loved them.
After his apology, the 41-year-old reposted multiple videos of fans mocking the singer’s awkward moves from the Something in the Water music festival.
After his performance on Saturday night, The Social Network actor was blasted on social media as fans claimed his rendition of the popular DC dance looked more like the “hokey pokey” than the common step.
Luckily, Timberlake was able to laugh at himself following the criticism and work on getting that three step kick down – especially if he plans to fill in for Hugh Jackman on Broadway this year.
This story originally appeared on Page Six and is republished here with permission