“Make America skate again” was the theme of the retro birthday party Justin Timberlake threw for his wife Jessica Biel over the weekend. After sharing a touching sentiment on Instagram, Justin hosted a dazzling roller-skating bash in honour of Jessica’s 35th birthday. According to the actress, the event was "what birthday dreams are made of". Jessica gave fans a peek inside her celebrations by sharing a photo of the couple wearing matching T-shirts with the slogan: "Make America Skate Again." Alongside the sweet picture, she joked: "Sign the petition now!"
In a later post, Jessica showed off both her 70s-inspired outfit and her skating skills, writing: "This is what birthday dreams are made of. Thank you, my love, for throwing me the most epic jam skate party ever. My inner Xanadu was fully realized. I love you to the moon and back. And then back again." The star was, of course, referencing the popular musical flick Xanadu, staring Olivia Newton-John and Gene Kelly.
Justin, meanwhile, uploaded a hilarious slow-motion video to his Instagram page. In the clip, the 36-year-old can be seen skating in a patriotic red, white and blue ensemble, complete with calf-high socks and rolled up shorts. The Can't Stop the Feeling singer, wrote: "When you throw a roller skating Bday party for your wife but you can't figure out how to wear your hat… #MakeAmericaSkateAgain."
Ahead of the skating party, Grammy-winner Justin posted a beautiful birthday tribute to his wife. "You make me laugh. You make me smile. You make me LOVE. You make me want to be BETTER," he wrote. "Speaking of, it doesn't get any BETTER than you... Now, I know for sure that it's BETTER to be lucky than good." He added: "Ask me who the luckiest guy in the world is and I will tell you that you are looking at him. Happy Birthday, my heart." Justin and Jessica wed in October of 2012, after sparking their romance in 2007. They welcomed their first child together in April of 2015. While their son, Silas, was nowhere to be seen at the roller-skating party, he will no doubt enjoy birthday celebrations of his own when he turns two next month.