Iron Fist Justin Timberlake
They may be engaged but Jessica Biel is having a tough time trying to meet the demands of her domineering fiancé, Justin Timberlake. From her fashion taste to her engagement ring, Justin appears to control all the decisions in the relationship! Jess told InStyle, “I had no say whatsoever [with the engagement ring]. I don’t micromanage.”
But it doesn’t stop there. The singer-turned-actor also approves what Jess wears every day. “When I walk out of the closet after getting dressed in the morning, I’ll go like this [turns palms upwards as if to say, ‘Well?’] And he goes like this [shakes his head]. Then he picks again,” she said.
But Jessica, 30, is so lovestruck that she takes a back seat. “It’s hilarious,” the New Year’s Eve actress claims, “He is fearless in his choices and has a real eye for design. He has better taste than I do.” He sounds more like a bully to us!
Insiders say Jess is letting herself be moulded into Justin’s dream wife because she fears he’ll cheat otherwise. “Jessica worries because Justin is such a flirt,” a source told The National Enquirer, adding, “Justin is a charmer who can’t help but attract stunning girls!” Jealous Jess flew to Puerto Rico, where JT’s currently filming Runner, Runner, because she’s concerned his gorgeous co-star, British beauty Gemma Arterton, will steal him away. “Jessica knows she’s his type,” friends revealed, “She needs to keep tabs on him before their big day!”
In the first couple of years of their relationship, rumours spread that Justin was sick of Jessica being controlling. “Justin had to leave dinner once because Jessica was calling him incessantly,” an onlooker told the New York Daily News, adding, “They got into a huge screaming match over the phone about how she’s always checking up on him. She’s extremely needy.” In March 2011, the couple split, but a few months later she won him back, and in December 2011, Justin, 31, proposed. The pair are rumoured to be tying the knot this summer. Now, it seems she’s given up all her power in the final stretch to the aisle.
But she’s in denial. “In my earlier relationships, I was really vulnerable,” she admitted. “Maintaining my individuality is really important to me because otherwise I can easily slip into somebody else’s life. I’m getting better at it.” So, letting someone else dress you is maintaining your individuality, is it?