Watch the star-studded video for Justin Timberlake's catchy new single

On the heels of new music from friends like Beyoncé and Drake, Justin Timberlake has made his own splashy return to the spotlight by releasing his brand new single "Can't Stop The Feeling."The super-catchy track is featured on the soundtrack for the upcoming Dreamworks animation Trolls, in which Justin also stars. The father of one recruited the film's cast to star in the lighthearted music video.

In the video, Anna Kendrick, James Corden, Gwen Stefani and The Big Bang Theory's Kunal Nayyar are seen dancing and singing along to Justin's new hit.

TAP TO VIEW GALLERYJustin Timberlake performing on stage Justin Timberlake has released his brand new single Can't Stop The Feeling

With lyrics including "I got that sunshine in my pocket, got that good soul in my feet", and "Nothing I can see but you when you dance, dance, dance", the feel-good anthem has already proven to be a big hit with Justin's fans, who rushed to congratulate the singer on his new release.

"It's amazing! I can already tell it's going to be on repeat for the next month," one Twitter follower wrote, while another added: "Song of the summer for sure!!!"

The track looks set to be the big hit of the summer

Some have likened the catchy track to Pharrell William's 2013 song Happy, which won two Grammy awards and an Oscar nomination – and just like Happy, it is being speculated that a slew of viral videos of people dancing along to Can't Stop The Feeling will soon follow.

This is the first solo song Justin has released since his 2013 album The 20/20 Experience, marking the end of a nearly three-year drought for his fans. It is expected to appear on his fifth studio album, which is due out later this year and features producers and artists including Pharrell, Timbaland, Rob Knox and John Lindahl.

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