Here’s Where to Find All of the L.A. Locations in Justin Timberlake’s New Music Video

We’re bringing stalking back (yeah!)

On May 16, JT bequeathed to us the music video for his latest earworm and first new single since 2013, “Can’t Stop the Feeling.” The only relevant member of NSYNC seems to have followed a successful formula set forth by Pharrell in the music video for his Grammy-winning ditty, “Happy“: Cue playback, find a few “normal” people, and have them dance around to a tune that is unrelentingly cheerful. Timberlake and co. shot the video in Los Angeles, and anyone who’s anyone who lives in L.A. will have noticed cameos from a few local landmarks. Below, find all of the businesses/buildings/highway underpasses you can visit, take obligatory selfies at, and subsequently lose your mind because you’ll be standing on the same sacred ground as Justin Timberlake’s magical feet. (Probably.)

Cindy’s Restaurant

1500 Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock


Bernie’s Transmission

5207 York Blvd., Highland Park 


Randy’s Donuts

805 W Manchester Blvd., Inglewood


Venus Art and Flowers

3615 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles


Silverlake Car Wash

3595 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles


Eagle Rock Barber Shop

4908 N Eagle Rock Blvd., Eagle Rock


Field’s Market

23221 Saticoy St., Canoga Park


The Caltrans Building

100 S Main St., Los Angeles


Hollywood Premiere Motel 

5333 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood 


Under the 105 Freeway

5360 W. Imperial Hwy., Los Angeles


 All screen grabs courtesy Vevo