Watch the story on SunriseSo, how do you score a date with the 'Friends With Benefits' star? Well it probably helps if you are employed to defend your country. It would also then help to record your request and stick it on YouTube for the world to see.Timberlake was on the promo trail for his 'Friends With Benefits' movie in July this year when Corporal Kelsey De Santis' invitation to the Marine Corps Ball in Virginia was posted to YouTube. Timberlake accepted the invitation during a promotional event for the film.Mila Kunis, Timberlake's 'Friends With Benefits' co-star, also accepted an invitation to attend a Marine Corps ball in North Carolina with Sgt. Scott Moore after he posted his video invite on YouTube.
According to Radar.com, Timberlake played the gentleman, donning a Tuxedo for the event and staying by De Santis' side all night.Another Marine in attendance at the ball spoke to People, telling them: "We all brought sexy back! Justin seemed to have a good time, and it was great to see him there."Kunis' acceptance of Sgt. Scott Moore's invitation sparked a small spate of celebrity invitations to Marine Balls, including 26 year-old actress Scarlett Johansson and the 89 year-old Betty White (neither of whom could accept due to prior commitments).