Ladies, take note: Justin Timberlake doesn't want your dirty drawers.
The singer gave an exclusive performance on behalf of Citi/AAdvantage & MasterCard Priceless Access at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City Thursday. The 33-year-old musician performed a number of hits, including "Cry Me a River" and "Señorita," from his debut album Justified, plus newer jams, like "Mirrors" and "Not a Bad Thing," from his most recent albums, The 20/20 Experience – Parts 1 and 2.
Timberlake even sang a rendition of Liza Minnelli and Frank Sinatra's famous hit "New York, New York."
During the concert, a female audience member also threw her panties on stage! Timberlake picked up her underwear and said, "This is a MasterCard sponsored event, sweetheart. It won't get you more points." The audience laughed at his humorous response. He then told the girl, "I f--king love you, too."
Timberlake made another fan's night when he sent a limo to pick up 12-year-old Robbie Twible, who has epidermolysis bullosa, a painful and rare skin disease. The singer dedicated "Mirrors" to the tween. "It was amazing," Twible told The New York Daily News after the concert ended. "He's very talented."
Laverne Cox also attended the show, capping off one of the best days ever. Hours earlier, the Orange Is the New Black star became the first transgender person to be nominated for an acting Emmy. "I'm going to dance, jump around and sing Justin Timberlake songs all night long," she told People that afternoon.