Justin Timberlake shared some of the most adorable family photos

While he and Jimmy Fallon may have possibly taken the title for best dance performance at the U.S Open, it was Justin’s son Silas who has stolen the spotlight form his famous dad.

The 34-year old Justin and pal Jimmy were in the Emirates Suite watching Roger Federer take oon Richard Gasquet when Beyoncé’s mega-hit came on.

Obviously the only thing the pair could do was stand up and bust some moves. This is not the first time JT has shown his love of all things Bey. In 2009 he, Paul Rudd and Andy Samberg donned some black leotards for a performance on Saturday Night Live.

 

This time it seems to have brought some luck for Federer as he won his match in straight sets.

However, JT fans were feeling even luckier when he joined Jimmy as his guest for Jimmy’s talk show.

Before his appearance Jimmy tweeted some major spoilers about what was to come. He shared some adorable snaps of Justin and his five-month old son Silas.

One photo shows Silas with mom Jessica Biel, while in another his joins his proud papa Justin for a sweet photograph.

Also, check out that elephant towel. Probably the cutest outfit of the day. The photos are a rare glimpse of the couple’s first child. Since his birth in April they have kept their personal life away from the public.

 

FLEXIN' on Fathers Day… #HappyFathersDay to ALL of the Dads out there from the newest member of the Daddy Fraternity!! –JT

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After sharing a cute photo of Silas when he was just a weeks old, they seem to have tried to keep their little boy out of the public spotlight.

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