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34 Things Justin Timberlake Can't Live Without on His Trip to Israel

By Anne Cohen

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If you’re heading to Israel this summer (or already live there), you’re in for quite a concert lineup. The Rolling Stones, The Back Street Boys and Justin Timberlake have all announced tour dates in the Holy Land over the coming months.

But before the first note is played, some demands must be met. Ynet has a list of 34 things that Justin Timberlake cannot possibly live without on his trip to Israel. These include:

  • Two folding padded chairs inside his room behind the scenes and four outside the room.
  • Two makeup tables
  • 24 glasses (either blue or red)
  • One makeup mirror and accessories
  • Two large tables for the catering
  • One television stereo system
  • One “quiet fridge”
  • One blender for protein drinks
  • One microwave
  • One kettle
  • An espresso machine and a special coffee table
  • One sofa which “must be clean”
  • One dining table with four matching chairs
  • Machines which blow cold air and drops of water (to cool his entourage)
  • Cases of Coca-Cola Zero and Dr. Pepper
  • Jamaican beer
  • Chocolate and strawberry Twizzlers
  • Bowl of fruit with melon, pineapple, kiwi and berries on the table
  • Peanut butter
  • Jars of honey
  • Lemons
  • Potato chips
  • Strawberry and grape jam
  • One loaf of white bread
  • One loaf of whole-wheat bread
  • One small box of ice
  • Heat-resistant cups with lids and handles
  • Campari
  • Red wine
  • Tequila
  • Whiskey
  • Vodka
  • Stella Artois beer and light beers
  • Selection of local beer

No Twizzlers, no song.


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