OK! has learned that when pop superstar Madonna is inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on March 10, the famous face that will introduce the Material Girl will be none other than Justin Timberlake.
The former N-Syncer and Madge, along with super-producer Timbaland have recently been working together on the 49-year-old singer's new yet-untitled CD — her 11th studio album in a career that now spans three decades.
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Madonna will be the only female inducted in this year's ceremony, which will feature celebs like Tom Hanks, Billy Joel, Jerry Butler, John Fogerty and Ben Harper introducing the four other inductees: Leonard Cohen,The Dave Clark Five, John Mellencamp and The Ventures.