Justin Timberlake Excited About Stage Return Following Vocal Cord Issues: ‘Feels Good to be Back’

See some photos from his first reveals in additional than two months.

Justin Timberlake is again on stage and he couldn't be happier. "Last night time. Feels good to be again," the singer wrote on Sunday (Jan. 6), 48 hours after he headlined the Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. following a two month hiatus from performing resulting from bruised vocal cords. The Man of the Woods tour re-booted on Friday night time (Jan. four) and continued on Sunday night time (Jan. 6) with a gig on the PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Last night. Feels good to be back.

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It’ll be a little different in a few hours. #MOTWTOUR

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The tour was delayed in late October, when Timberlake canceled a present at Madison Square Garden in New York, explaining that "my vocal cords are severely bruised... I'm gonna make this as much as you."  Other postponements adopted and JT shared an replace in early December, noting he was on the mend and that medical doctors had really useful he maintain off on singing till January.

The Live Nation-produced tour has been prolonged till mid-April. Check out some extra photos from JT's return to the stage beneath.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

OMG I CANT!!! HE'S TOO CUTE ❤️--❤️-- #justintimberlake (--; @davidchalian)

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RIP me. #motw #happynewyear

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JT was phenomenal! @justintimberlake #bestconcertever #motwtour

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