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Your bridges were burned, and now it's your turn…
To inadvertently dredge up 2002's "Cry Me a River" controversy between Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears? Bless her heart, Jamie Lynn Spears just did that on Twitter Thursday.
The bride-to-be (who celebrates her 22nd birthday today!) tweeted—and quickly deleted—a late '90s/early 2000s photo of Britney, curly-haired Justin and herself. But that alone wasn't what caused the confusion.
Jamie Lynn tweeted the picture at Jessica Biel's hubby, writing, "@jtimberlake Weird hearing ur music as an Adult. Ha Not only do I appreciate it. I GET it. #jay #crymeariver #mirror."
When "Cry Me a River" was first released, J.T. and Brit had just broken up. The music video for the jilted-lover song featured a blond girl who many speculated was supposed to look like the pop princess herself.
But Jamie Lynn wasn't trying to stir the pot. "I hope you all know that my tweets are only to support my sister @britneyspears," Jamie tweeted, then deleted. " anything left over was to @jtimberlake #sisterlove #4eva."
Preach, girl. Sisters over misters!