Can't Stop the Feeling! (From DreamWorks Animation's

Music Video: Can't Stop the Feeling! (From DreamWorks Animation's "Trolls")

Artisit: Justin Timberlake

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:45

  • Copyright: Justin Timberlake

Music Video For Can't Stop the Feeling! (From DreamWorks Animation's "Trolls") By Artist Justin Timberlake

Reviews For Can't Stop the Feeling! (From DreamWorks Animation's "Trolls") By Artist Justin Timberlake

  • This is the best

    By MrRainbowOffical
    I love this video I’m going to get it on my birthday on October 26
  • stocks

    By VanityPrincess01
  • More Justin!

    By geriggs
    I want to see more of Justin dancing than fill ins. I'd buy the video then
  • Same old.

    By Luisxc17
    Come up with something good already.
  • My thoughts about this retro song from DreamWorks Trolls

    By Sorceress Mickey
    I 💭 that this song is really upbeat and retro at the same time, because it has energetic qualities to cope with depression these days. Justin Timberlake is at his finest once again. Lol!
  • how good to feel happy

    By Shotsie47
    Song that makes you smile, want to move and celebrate feeling happy. Can't ask for much more. Loved it!
  • Pick a career

    By Hjwoody02
    Actor or singer ???
  • As if we wanted you to Stop the feeling

    By 16 HORSES
    If you don't dance to a song like this you have a paralyzed soul and need therapy! Justin Timberlake very much does it again!
  • So funny

    By Bumblebee Allie
    I love this song and the video the video is so funny I LOVE IT
  • Justin Timberlake is Amazing

    By KbCheetah
    This is a fun, great video and Justin sings it great.

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