and might take the stage together Thursday night (November 6) in Los Angeles, and the world owes it all to , reports E! Online.
"They are going to be onstage performing with Madonna," E! News' Ryan Seacrest said on KIIS-FM host BoyToy Jesse's Wednesday afternoon show. The Material Girl will be at Dodger Stadium for the latest stop on her Sticky & Sweet Tour, and if Seacrest has his facts right, Timberlake and Spears will be by her side.
"If Justin and Britney end up on that stage with her ... I don't know if I've ever seen anything quite like that before," he said. "Expect some real serious surprises." He added that he might have more details on Thursday before the anticipated collaboration would reportedly go down.
In related news, TMZ reports that on Wednesday afternoon, the roof of the stage where the trio will reportedly perform began to lean. Dodger Stadium sources told the Web site that the stage will be repaired for Thursday's show.
Spears, Timberlake and Madonna have all collaborated with one another, but never as a trio. Timberlake and Madonna have spent a lot of time together this year: Timberlake worked on a number of tracks for her Hard Candy album, made a special appearance at her "secret" NYC club show and introduced the legendary pop star when she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in March.
Madonna appeared on Spears' "Me Against the Music" in 2003, and famously kissed the younger singer (and ) during a Video Music Awards performance that year.
And, of course, Timberlake and Spears dated each other in the late '90s, after meeting on "The New Mickey Mouse Club" as teenagers. He helped produce her track "What It's Like to Be Me" before the couple broke up in 2002. "I haven't spoken to her in years," he told Oprah Winfrey in 2007. "I mean, there's no ill will — I have nothing but love for her.