Justin Timberlake Thinks Friends With Benefits Is A Bad Idea

Justin Timberlake

The singer-turned-actor told Ellen DeGeneres he's not an advocate for casual-hookup situations.

Justin Timberlake, star of the upcoming rom-com Friends With Benefits, thinks real-life FWB relationships are bad deals. Well, actually, it's more complex than that. Really, he thinks the idea is totally inspired… until it gets messy.

"It's a really good idea until it becomes a bad idea," JT told Ellen DeGeneres on her Thursday show, sitting down with co-star (and rumored flame) Mila Kunis to discuss their new film. "It probably becomes a bad idea really fast." Justin Timberlake "Aggressively Pursuing" Mila Kunis

Pssh… All this "probably" nonsense. Is JT really claiming he's never done the casual-hookup thing? Throughout his relationship with Jessica Biel, he was often called out for his womanizing ways. But in the Ellen interview, he was talking like that's just not his style.

"If you're going to be intimate with someone, at some point somebody's going to feel something," he said. How Did Justin Timberlake Cheat? Let Us Count The Ways.

Funny-lady Ellen responded, "If it's bad, then no one's going to develop any feelings" to which JT assured: "They'll develop a feeling, but it's going to be, 'Uh-uh.'"

Call us crazy, but it sure sounds like he's talkin' from experience!

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