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Justin Timberlake Launches Home Decor Website

Justin Timberlake‘s new home decor website, HomeMint.com , launched Wednesday.

The Grammy Award-winning singer joined forces with interior designer Estee Stanley to create the site, which curates home furnishing collections and features their collaborations with various home designers.

Their home decor line and styling tips will be offered on the membership-based website, with a $10-monthly fee, but non-members can also shop online.

“It’s up! It’s live! … Ch, ch, ch, check it out,” Timberlake tweeted to fans.

Stanley was Timberlake’s stylist during his days in the boy-band, *NSYNC. After she helped Timberlake decorate his own home, the idea to partner on a home goods line was born.

Stanley’s biography on the website also notes that she served as a stylist for Jessica Biel, Timberlake’s fiancee.

“A home should be an expression of who you are and the style of who you are,” the 31-year-old singer said in an introductory video for HomeMint.com.

“A home is always changing, like we’re always changing as people,” he added.

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Aaron Carter Enters Rehab For ‘Emotional’ Issues

In the run-up to a reboot of his stalled music career, singer and reality-TV veteran Aaron Carter has entered a treatment facility. The singer’s manager, Johnny Wright, revealed in a statement that Carter, 23, younger brother of Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter, checked into the unnamed facility to “heal some emotional and spiritual issues he was dealing with.”

People magazine reported that the former “Dancing With the Stars” contestant has been working on an album and a show in Florida, but Wright said the singer “has chosen to enter a facility where he feels he will get the guidance and cleansing he needs. … Which in turn will help him on the music journey he’s about to take.”

Citing an unnamed source, E! Online reported that Carter entered a private rehab facility in Southern California earlier this month to treat unspecified “addiction issues.” The source said Carter had made the decision to “finally get help” and that it was not court-mandated. Another unnamed source added that Carter was “struggling recently and needed this.” Read more>>