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Jessica Biel Supports Justin Timberlake at His Line's Latest Collection Debut

February 19, 2010, 3:23 am GMT

Jessica Biel has played her role as a good girlfriend by cheering on Justin Timberlake and joining the "SexyBack" singer's mother at his New York Fashion Week.

Jessica Biel, Justin Timberlake

Jessica Biel proved her romance with Justin Timberlake is still on this week by cheering the pop star on during his runway show for New York Fashion Week. The couple has been dogged by rumors of a split for months and the "SexyBack" hitmaker fueled the tabloid claims when he pulled out of plans to join Biel on a charity climb up Mount Kilimanjaro in January.

But the actress played the role of loving girlfriend on Wednesday, February 17 when she joined Timberlake's parents at the William Rast fashion show, where he debuted his line's latest collection. And the singer's mother Lynn Harless insists the stars' three-year relationship is stronger than ever, reports People.com.

Referring to Biel as "one of us", Harless adds, "They're both very funny and creative. They're always trying to out 'special' each other. They're pretty openly affectionate."

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