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WIN The last tickets to see Justin.

HE'S back in Glasgow tomorrow and it'll be one of the hottest gigs of the year so far.

It's sold out and, of course, The Razz has the last tickets.

Prince of Pop Justin Timberlake strolls into town this week for three incredible dates at the SECC as part of his 2007 FutureSex/Love Show - and you can be there, courtesy of our friends at Sony Ericsson and Vodafone.

We've got three pairs of tickets for each concert up for grabs in today's great Razz contest.

See the 2007 Brit winner and double Grammy winner sing hits from current album FutureSex/LovesSounds and debut Justified, which sold more than seven million copies worldwide.

If you're one of our lucky winners, you'll be at the SECC to hear the pop superstar perform favourites Cry Me a River, Rock Your Body & Senorita and recent hits What Goes Around, My Love & Sexyback.

TO ENTER: Tell us the name of Justin Timberlake's debut album?

Then call our hotline on 0901 609 3207 and leave your answer, name, address, daytime telephone number and postcode.

Or text DR3207 followed by a space, your answer followed by a space, your name and send to 84080.

The contest closes at midnight tonight and the winners will be selected at random from all the assembled correct entries.

Calls cost 60p per minute. Calls from a payphone or mobile may be more expensive.

Text entries cost pounds 1.50 plus your standard text rate.

Please ask permission from the person who pays the telephone charges before entering.

The Editor's decision is final.

Usual Daily Record rules apply.


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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:May 2, 2007
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