Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel reportedly did “whatever it takes” to fix things after his PDA scandal

Following his PDA scandal, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel worked hard to save their marriage! It is rumored that they are about to see their relationship “fully repaired” and that they are doing “whatever it takes” to get things back on track.

As you remember, the singer and actor was caught holding hands with his Palmer co-star Alisha Wainwright while not wearing his wedding ring!

Shortly after the news made its way into the media, he went to his platform to say he was drunk and apologize to his wife.

A source tells HollywoodLife that “Justin is doing his part to show his wife that he feels bad for all the fallout from a few weeks ago and everything that happened.”

A lot of criticism was directed at her and it also indirectly hit Jessica, which was really difficult in her case.

It’s a very sensitive situation, but Jessica chose to accept “her words and actions” but also to “stay away from the drama as much as possible.”

At this point, they are healing, but they must also prepare for the release of the film and questions about Justin’s betrayal will be asked again.

“They both know that everything will be brought up again, they are working to get to a place where they are completely repaired and can work to deal with it once it gets back into the news,” said the insider.


Since the holidays are approaching, the married couple simply wants to “return to normal and be able to move forward in their relationship in a more positive and more productive light”.

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