Justin Timberlake searches for couple that got engaged on the LIRR

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Justin Timberlake leads an epic search for a couple that got engaged in January.  (Youtube)

NEW YORK (PIX11)–Singer Justin Timberlake is leading a massive detective search to find a couple that got engaged on the Long Island Railroad as shown in his music video ‘Not a Bad Thing.’

The video was aired on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on March 20 and urged viewers to help Timberlake and a team of filmmakers find the lovebirds.


In the “Not a Bad Thing” video, a team seeks a particular couple that was engaged while playing a Justin Timberlake song. (Youtube)

Based on the flyer promoting the documentary, a man surprised his future fiance while playing a Justin Timberlake song on a Long Island Railroad train on Sunday, Jan. 12 on the Babylon line heading to Manhattan.

They’ve even created #Haveyouseenthiscouple to help filter the possible leads. So far, the reception has prompted a national crusade. 

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