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Can we eat with Justin Timberlake next time he’s in Boston? The singer feasted on everything from meatballs and buffalo wontons to cannoli and peanut butter ice cream during his stay in Beantown — and chased it all with a beer and four games of bowling with his former ‘NSYNC bandmate Chris Kirkpatrick.
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