Justin Timberlake Brings Super Bowl Selfie Kid to Tears When He Surprises Him on 'Ellen'
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JT has another surprise for Ryan McKenna and his family in the middle of an interview with Ellen DeGeneres.

Justin Timberlake gifted the 13-year-old boy who took a selfie with him during the Super Bowl LII Halftime Show with two more surprises on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Friday.

Teenager Ryan McKenna kicked off his interview with the daytime talk show host by explaining that his the viral selfie was actually a completely impromptu moment, as he had no idea the "Filthy" singer was going to run up into the stands.

"The lady told us we were in a good section, but we didn't know Justin would be there," he said.

And since he was sharing his exciting story on DeGeneres' show, she teamed up with the 37-year-old pop star to give the young boy a chance to actually talk to one of his favorite artists.

"Oh my god," McKenna said as soon as he heard JT's voice over speaker phone.

"It's nice to meet you, finally," Timberlake said as McKenna started to tear up.

"I can't believe this," he said.

But speaking to the young man over the phone just wasn't good enough for Timberlake, so he had one more surprise up his sleeve.

"I'll tell you what I want to do -- because it was so unexpected that you came down and because all of this has happened -- and I thought to myself, 'I really want to meet you properly,'" Timberlake said. "I'm going to be coming to TD Garden on tour to play in Boston, so I would like to invite you and your family to come and I want to meet you."

"Thank you so much," McKenna overwhelmingly said as DeGeneres handed over four VIP tickets. "Oh my God!"

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