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Timberlake celebrates People’s Choice wins with ‘run to the border’

Timberlake celebrates People’s Choice wins with ‘run to the border’

THINK OUTSIDE THE BUN: Justin Timberlake, winner of the Favorite Album, Favorite Male Artist and Favorite R&B Artist awards poses in the press room at the 40th annual People's Choice Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Wednesday, Jan. 8, in Los Angeles. After cleaning up at the award show, J.T. had his eyes set on a few chalupas. Photo: Associated Press/ John Shearer/Invision

Justin Timberlake celebrated his triple triumph at the People’s Choice Awards by heading for a Mexican meal at a fast food joint in Los Angeles.

The pop star was a big winner during the ceremony at the Nokia Theater on Wednesday, claiming Favorite Male Artist, R&B Artist, and Favorite Album for “The 20/20 Experience.”

After the show was over, he took to Instagram.com to document his trip to Taco Bell on the way home, posing for photographs with staff at the fast food joint and even lining up his three People’s Choice Awards trophies on the checkout counter.

 

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