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Jessica Biel praises husband Justin Timberlake as she opens up about their marriage

Sharnaz Shahid

They have been married for four blissful years, so it’s no surprise Jessica Biel had nothing but nice things to say about her husband Justin Timberlake during a recent appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The 34-year-old - who is busy promoting new film The Book Of Love – was asked about her partner's little-known talent for hitting half-court shots – to which she replied: "He's always been able to do this… Literally every year we’re married I'm looking for that thing that he really sucks at."

The actress also discussed the moment when the world saw her show off her dance moves during a date night with Justin last week. She was spotted getting her groove on in the VIP box at the Staples Center as the couple watched the Los Angeles Lakers play the Memphis Grizzlies. "Sometimes you just gotta get a little funky, in public I guess," she gushed. "[We] were having a very serious political conversation."

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Jessica Biel praised husband Justin Timberlake during new interview

The Hollywood stars, who have been married since 2012, are parents to 21-month-old Silas. During a recent chat with Entertainment Tonight, Jessica opened up about finding the right balance between her career and being a good mother to her little boy. "I just want to continue doing it all," she explained. "It's fun. I mean I know it's hard and it's getting harder because you have to split your time and find that balance but I just so enjoy finding these stories and creating something that I have more of my stamp on as opposed to just giving a performance and crossing my fingers and hoping for the best."

The stars had some fun as they watched the Los Angles Lakers take on the Memphis Grizzlies last week

In her movie, The Book Of Love, Jessica plays Penny, a woman who is killed in a car accident. Her husband Henry (Jason Sudeikis), an introverted architect, sets out to help a homeless teen Millie (played by Maisie Williams) build a raft to sail across the Atlantic.

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