Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel Volunteer To Help Hurricane Victims

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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel Volunteer To Help Hurricane Victims

Ahhh, look at the adorable philanthropic couple. Just days after Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel returned home from their honeymoon in Tanzania, the two jetted off to the Rockaways in Queens, NY on Saturday and spent four hours distributing supplies and making first aid kits for those who were badly affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Apparently Justin was putting his “SNL” skills to the test and was reportedly providing comic relief for the residents who showed up to receive help.

His good-nature wasn’t overlooked, one witness tweeted, “Shout out to Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel for serving along side us in Rockaway and giving the kids something to talk about besides Sandy.”

They were joined by Justin’s pal and music producer, Timbaland. All three unloaded an entire truck full of supplies and then Biel even helped to break down empty cardboard boxes.

"Jessica Biel came in on Friday at around 3:30pm with 2 male friends. She only had one vegan cookie, but stayed for a long time- for about 45 mins. She seemed in a really great mood. She could not stop smiling and, of course, she looked amazing. She was flashing her ring hand around. Lots of people recognized her, but no one bothered her or even asked her for a photo," one eyewitness told Hollyscoop.

This charitable day also helped wipe everyone’s memory from the tacky “homeless” video that hit the webs after JT’s wedding. Quick backstory, one of Justin’s friends made a video of a bunch of homeless guys wish Justin a happy wedding, rumor had it that Justin thought it was funny and played it at his wedding.

Justin later denied having any involvement in the making of the video and did not appreciate or condone it.

The point being, donating your time to charitable efforts is a great way to make people forget about that exploitative “wedding” video.

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