Justin Timberlake, Matt Morris' 'Hope for Haiti Now' cover of 'Hallelujah'
While every performer gave heartfelt performances for the "Hope for Haiti Now" telethon Friday (Jan. 22), the former 'N Sync member gave one of the most moving performances of the night.
Alongside Timberlake was a mystery man in a beanie whom some mistook for Dave Grohl or Ray LaMontagne. Some people on Twitter just resorted to calling him "other dude," tweeting things like, "Justin Timberlake, you're making me cry! (You too, other dude)" or "Justin Timberlake and...and...er, no idea who the other dude is!"
But in fact, that person was Matt Morris, who also has roots in the "Mickey Mouse Club" and is a successful songwriter and musician. He's written stuff for Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Kelly Clarkson's hit, "Miss Independent."
Check out Justin and Matt singing a cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." Have a tissue handy.
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Photo credit: MTV/Hope for Haiti Now