Justin Timberlake (Photo Credit: Ryan McGinley)

Justin Timberlake performed a medley of his greatest hits at Sunday night’s Super Bowl halftime show, segueing through “SexyBack,” “Cry Me a River,” “Rock Your Body,” “Can’t Stop the Feeling” and others. JT started his show under the stage and wound up closing it out in the stadium seats and taking selfies with a kid in the crowd.

The most notable and controversial part of Timberlake’s performance was a tribute to Prince. Over the weekend, a rumor started that a Prince hologram would be involved. Prince himself had decried this practice and the late superstar’s estate appeared to nix the idea via tweets. While not a “hologram,” Prince’s image was shown on a giant curtain while Timberlake covered part of “I Would Die 4 U.” Outside the stadium, the city of Minnesota lit up purple in his honor. Fans’ reactions to the tribute were still mixed. However, the Prince estate released a statement today saying, “Justin Timberlake, the NFL, and the City of Minneapolis used the stadium and the city to give a beautiful hometown tribute to Prince. The two pieces of footage that appeared on the screens were licensed from the Purple Rain movie and a vintage performance in Syracuse, NY.”

This morning, Timberlake added a slew of new dates to his Man of the Woods tour, stretching well into 2019. JT will visit Europe and the UK this summer, then play North America from late September into mid-December. He’ll pick up the tour again after the holidays with another month of North American shows in January of 2019.

Added Man of the Woods tour dates:

June 22 – Paris
June 27 – Birmingham
July 1 – Manchester
July 5 – Glasgow
July 9 – London
July 15 – Amsterdam
July 17 – Antwerp
July 21 – Köln
July 31 – Stockholm
August 2 – Oslo
August 4 – Copenhagen
August 8 – Hamburg
August 12 – Berlin
August 16 – Zürich
August 20 – Frankfurt
August 24 – Arnhem, Netherlands

September 19 – Lexington
September 21 – Milwaukee
September 25 – Pittsburgh
September 28 – St. Paul, MN
October 2 – Cleveland
October 5 – Chicago
October 9 – Toronto
October 13 – Quebec City
October 18 – Boston
October 22 – Ottawa
October 24 – New York City
October 28 – Buffalo
November 4 – Edmonton
November 8 – Vancouver
November 16 – Portland, OR
November 27 – Los Angeles
December 8 – Omaha
December 10 – Kansas City, MO
December 13 – St. Louis
December 14 – Indianapolis
December 17 – Philadelphia

January 4, 2019 – Washington, D.C.
January 8, 2019 – Charlotte, NC
January 10, 2019 – Atlanta,
January 12, 2019 – Memphis