American singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake, who arrived in Israel on Tuesday, visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem ahead of his concert on Wednesday in Tel Aviv.
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A photo of the singer visiting the Kotel was posted on Timberlake's Instagram account. The caption said: "The Holy Land... What an experience. I will never forget this day," adding the hashtag #Israel.
In the two hours since the photo was posted, it has received some 143,000 likes.
The singer is coming to Israel as part of his 20/20 Experience World Tour and will perform Wednesday in Tel Aviv's Park Hayarkon in front of an audience of 44,000 people.
The cheapest seats for the concert go for NIS 370 ($106), rising to NIS 1,450 ($415) for "Golden Ring seats snug with the stage.