Justin Timberlake has released his first song since 2013 and it doesn't disappoint

By Anna O'Donoghue

Yes, you read that right - Justin Timberlake is back!

The 35-year-old has dropped his new song ‘Can’t Stop The Feeling’ today and it’s already our anthem of Summer 2016.

The song, which features on the new Dreamworks movie Trolls, is Timberlake’s first step back into the music world since his 2013 album The 20/20 Experience.

And it doesn’t stop there, the video for the song also debuted today and casually features Anna Kendrick, Gwen Stefani and James Corden.

Let’s just say fans are excited.

Ok, enough dilly-dallying - here it is:

Welcome back, Justin. Welcome back.

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