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Oh, yes they did

New York � Justin Timberlake has confirmed what many have long suspected about his relationship with Britney Spears: Pop music's biggest couple got it on, reports The New York Daily News.

Tuesday morning, when the 'N Sync singer stopped by New York radio station Hot 97, the station's morning DJ, Troy Torain (aka Star), promised he'd play Timberlake's new single, "Like I Love You," 30 times a week if he'd tell a secret.

Which was?

Star asked Timberlake if he had ever shared a certain intimacy with ex-girlfriend Spears.

After much hemming and hawing, Timberlake broke down.

"I did it," Timberlake said. "I'm dirty. I'm in so much damn trouble, man. I'm gonna get calls from my mother!"

No word yet on Spears' reaction.

Ex-wife sues Christopher Lloyd

New York � Christopher Lloyd, the wild-haired actor who played the eccentric inventor in the "Back to the Future" movies, is being sued by a former wife in New York City for unpaid alimony.

Catherine Boyd Lloyd of Manhattan says Lloyd owes her $200,000 under an agreement related to their 1971 divorce after 12 years of marriage.

Boyd Lloyd says in papers filed in Manhattan's state Supreme Court that the agreement calls for Lloyd to pay her $1,500 a month until she remarries or dies. Her papers say "she has never remarried and is still very much alive."

Emmy attire up for charity

Los Angeles � If you absolutely have to have Jennifer Aniston's Emmy dress, you can � and charity will be the beneficiary.

Sixteen items worn by nominees for Sunday's Emmy Awards are being auctioned online to benefit groups including Cure Autism Now.

Married actors and nominees Bradley Whitford of "The West Wing" and Jane Kaczmarek of "Malcolm in the Middle" proposed the "Clothes Off Our Back" auction.

Whitford's Ralph Lauren tuxedo and two of Kaczmarek's outfits will be auctioned, along with the vintage Christian Dior gown worn by Aniston, who won her first Emmy for best actress in a comedy for "Friends."

Other items include Patricia Heaton's Thierry Mugler gown, Martin Sheen's Brioni tux and Sean Hayes' Prada shirt.

Highway named for Tina Turner

Jackson, Tenn. � Tina Turner's hometown, made famous in her song "Nutbush City Limits," will be the site of a ceremony naming a highway for her.

On Saturday, a stretch of State Highway 19 near Nutbush will be designated "Tina Turner Highway." The Legislature approved renaming the road, which is mentioned in the 1973 song.

Turner lived in Nutbush, a small community about 50 miles northeast of Memphis, until she was 17, said Sharon Norris, a distant relative and organizer of the ceremony.

The singer, who's 62 now and no longer has close ties to the area, isn't coming to the event. But dozens of fans are expected to show up.

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