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21 September 2012, 13:43
The 'SexyBack' singer was given mouth-to-mouth out on location in the freezing Blue Ridge Mountains.
Justin Timberlake has revealed that his Trouble With The Curve co-star Amy Adams "saved" his life on the set of their latest movie.
The 'Cry Me A River' singer and the actress were filming out on location in freezing conditions when the incident occurred.
"We shot that scene in the Blue Ridge Mountains and the water was just below fifty degrees. It was freezing," he told ET Online on the red carpet of the movie this week.
"Amy actually saved my life. Unbeknownst to me, I was turning blue and couldn't process a thought, so she actually saved my life. I owe Amy Adams my life," he added.
Speaking about her memories of the occurrence, Amy confessed: "I saved [Justin's] life; I did. Some people call it mouth-to-mouth, some people call it kissing--any way, it's nice work if you can get it."
The new movie also stars Clint Eastwood, who Justin recently revealed was his "role model" and relished the chance to watch the legendary actor and director in action.
The singer turned actor has also opened up on his plans to make a return to music saying that he is in no rush and finds the whole process very "special".