You gotta love Justin Timberlake.
The “Not A Bad Thing” singer gave a young fan with a rare skin condition the experience of a lifetime at his New York City show Thursday night (July 10). Robbie Twible, 12, was surprised by Timberlake with a limo ride and front row tickets at the Hammerstein Ballroom. At the end of his set, JT also dedicated the song “Mirrors” to Robbie.
“It was amazing,” Robbie told the New York Daily News.
Robbie suffers from a condition called epidermolysis bullosa, a skin disease that causes painful blistering all over his body. He was still recovering from a recent surgery at the time of his surprise. His father, mother and sister all joined him for his special night.
“He can sing, dance and act, and he gives to charity,” Robbie said. “He’s very talented.”
Read more of Robbie’s story and his night with Justin Timberlake here.