Jessica Biel Mocks Justin Timberlake's Voting Selfie & His Response Is Perfect

Jessica Biel and Justin TimberlakeWhether it's your first time voting or your fiftieth, there's a special feeling that comes from casting your ballot. And one celebrity couple is certainly having a good time exercising their civic duty this election season. Jessica Biel shared a hilarious post-voting selfie gently mocking husband Justin Timberlake's illegal voting pic. The "SexyBack" singer responded to his wife's jab with a sweet and humble reply that makes us love these two even more. 

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After snapping a pic of himself inside the voting booth in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee, one week ago, the former 'N Sync star found himself in a bit of trouble.

While he simply wanted to #rockthevote, the "Suit & Tie" crooner should've kept his phone in his pocket. You see, voters in the Volunteer State are only allowed to use their phones in the voting booth for "informational purposes to assist the voter in making election decisions," according to CNN. Violators could face up to 30 days in jail and/or a $50 fine. Yikes!

The good news is the dad of 1-year-old Silas won't have to put on an orange jumpsuit anytime soon. The Shelby County District Attorney's Office told CNN there won't be any investigation into the matter. Since he's in the clear, Biel is poking fun at the whole incident in this trio of shots, which she wisely took at home.

 

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Timberlake took it in stride and showed his sense of humor with this reply:

Ha! "Well played, Wifey. Well played..." We love that he can laugh at himself. And, really, his intentions were good, right? He just wanted people to vote. Unless it was clearly posted, you can't blame him for not knowing about this Tennessee rule -- especially when he spends much of his time in Los Angeles. 

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We love that this duo isn't shy about sharing a glimpse into their day-to-day lives. We also hope that these selfies inspire others to head to the polls next Tuesday -- but keep their phones and cameras under wraps! In case you were hoping for a ballot selfie, check first to make sure you're not in a state where you'll be breaking the law by doing so. 


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