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High 5: Timberlake honored by GQ

(WMC-TV) - Action News 5 is giving a high 5 to Justin Timberlake.

The high-end magazine, GQ magazine, named Timberlake one of its 2013 Men of the Year.

In the article, the singer praised the Bluff City for helping to define him.

The latest copy of the magazine will be available Tuesday, November 19th.

Timberlake is scheduled to be in Memphis for his concert Monday evening.

The City of Memphis has decided November 18th will be Justin Timberlake Day, at least this 2013 year. Officials are encouraging Mid-South residents to wear a bowtie Monday.

If a resident does not have a bowtie, he or she can pick up one at the FedEx Forum.

Action News 5 will be giving away tickets on the Action News 5 Wheel of Fortune from November 18th to November 22nd. To win your free tickets, tune in for the 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts.

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