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|| Justin Timberlake in Abu Dhabi

It is not just about companies entering the Middle East in full force. From time to time, entertainment stars also have a quick stop. This time, according to ArabianBusiness.com, it is Justin Timberlake performing live in Abu Dhabi on December 6 with his team of dancers and an 11-piece band – sponsored by Mubadala Development Company and Aldar Properties.

(By the way, a quick note to our friends at the successful ArabianBusiness.com: be careful about your drafts, as your SEO-enhanced URLs reveal the initial suggested title of your articles: Why the poor “JT Bringing Sexy Back to Abu Dhabi” had to be changed to “JT to round off world tour in Abu Dhabi”? While we understand - and share - the concerns, maybe it is OK to sometimes let it be a bit “sexy” …)



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