Justin Timberlake Warms Up for Oscars Performance With Sweet Dance Moves -- Watch

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Justin Timberlake is ready to "dance, dance, dance" at the 89th Academy Awards. 

At Sunday night's awards ceremony, the 36-year-old triple-threat star is performing his hit track, "Can't Stop the Feeling," from the Trolls movie, which is nominated for Best Song. 

Just hours before the Oscars, Timberlake posted a video and a photo of himself and his dancers rehearsing. "We ready. You ready? #Oscars," he captioned a pic of their warm up. 

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Meanwhile, Timberlake's wife shared a video on Instagram of herself getting a workout in before the big awards ceremony. "Sweating for the red carpet starts early because the need for after party pizza is REAL. #Oscars," the 34-year-old actress quipped.


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After hitting the gym, it was time for Biel to meet up with her hair and makeup team, and, of course, she shared a selfie. "#oscarsglamsquad aka my magicians @karayoshimotobua @hairbyadir," she captioned the pic.

Biel has happily been by her husband's side during this year's awards season, and in a recent interview with ET, she praised Timberlake for doing what he loves.


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"I think having a partner who is doing something that you're excited about -- like for me, his music and everything that he does -- it's just amazing to see somebody doing what they love, and I think it can be as simple as that," Biel gushed. "It's wonderful to be parents, and it's wonderful to give to your families and everything, but it's also important to be a person and to be an independent human and do things that make you happy."

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