Justin Timberlake Can Travel Through Time Just Like Daniel Radcliffe

"Can't Stop the Feeling" crooner also dances with a fan from the audience

By Francesca Bacardi Oct 01, 2016 6:35 PMTags
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Justin Timberlake is a singer, dancer and time traveler.

While visiting The Graham Norton Show with Anna Kendrick and Daniel Radcliffe, Timberlake learned that host Graham Norton had discovered a fun fact about the "Can't Stop the Feeling" crooner: He travels through time. Unbeknownst to Timberlake, Norton discovered that Timberlake looks identical to people who lived decades, if not centuries, before him.

Norton noticed the same thing with the Harry Potter alum who, it turns out, resembles tons of stern-looking women. The British host's uncanny discovery captivated fans around the world, and even caught the attention of Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. While appearing on Fallon's late-night show, the host showed the audience various photographs of women from across several centuries whom Radcliffe resembles.

In one picture, there's an older woman wearing a headscarf and glasses and legitimately looks the same as Radcliffe.

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"That's me as an old lady," Radcliffe joked. "It's me as an old lady as a young boy."

How he managed to be both an old lady and a young boy simultaneously remains a mystery. "I don't know how I did that," he quipped.

Norton can now add Tiimberlake to his list of celebrity time travelers, too. Kendrick, meanwhile, had an expression of disbelief on her face the whole time.

Afterwards, Kendrick and Timberlake opened up about "Can't Stop the Feeling," which Timberlake wrote for their new movie Trolls. The conversation turned into a conversation about some of their favorite dance moves, and that's when Norton asked some members of the audience to show off their skills. Much to the surprise of one lucky woman, Timberlake joins her for a dance.

Watch the video above to see just how Timberlake manages to travel through time—and woo a fan.