Justin Timberlake Previews Myspace Reboot

Revamped site is a mix of Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook, with focus on imagery and music.

When Justin Timberlake was revealed as one of the investors in Myspace last fall, the singer-turned-actor told MTV News 
 that he was going to take a long-needed vacation to brainstorm some ideas for how to revive the once-dominant website that had fallen on hard times.

Less than a year later, Timberlake posted a two-minute teaser video on Twitter Monday that has gotten the digiterati buzzing about how Myspace 2.0 might just kick start a site that had fallen way behind leading social network behemoth Facebook.
The video opens with the simple headline, “This is Myspace,” quickly segueing into a blitz through the (presumably) fake profile of one David Croft.

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