Justin Timberlake was paid a cool $3 million to perform at the star-studded DirectTV Super Bowl party on Feb. 2, but according to new reports from the New York Post, he donated the entire sum to Shriners Hospital for Children.
The 32-year-old star performed a 90 minute set — his first full concert in more than four years — backed by an impeccably dressed 10-peice band and guest appearances by Timbaland and Jay-Z. Though Timberlake may have taken a break from the music scene, preferring to concentrate on his acting career with movies such as “Friends With Benefits” and the Oscar-nominated “The Social Network,” he exuded the confidence of a seasoned entertainer as he alternated between piano, electric keyboards and acoustic guitars.
Tiberlake’s third solo album “The 20/20 Experience” will be released in March.
Check out video of Justin’s performance below!