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Justin Timberlake loves nappy changing duties

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Justin Timberlake loves nappy changing duties

Justin Timberlake loves the nappy-changing duties.

The 35-year-old singer - who has 13-month-old son Silas Randall with his wife Jessica Biel - has admitted nothing "trumps" his child's "butt cleanliness" and will happily get involved in the toilet duties, although he found it difficult to dispose of his dogs waste before being a father.

Speaking on Elvis Duran's morning show 'New York City's Z100' on Friday (06.05.16) about being a first-time parent, the American heartthrob said: "Oh, you look at everything differently now! Yes, having a little man in the house now changes everything!

"When I used to clean up my dog's poop, it was like it was a science project; I wouldn't get very close to it. When you have a kid, and there's poop, you gotta get in there!"

"Nothing trumps your kid's butt cleanliness," "So you just have to get in there!"

The 'Friends with Benefits' actor previously took to Instagram to showcase his new love for fatherhood.

Justin uploaded a picture of him and his baby, with the caption: "FLEXIN' on Fathers Day ... #HappyFathersDay to ALL of the Dads out there from the newest member of the Daddy Fraternity!! --JT."

And 34-year-old Jessica is equally as happy to be a parent.

Speaking previously, she said: "[Sila] is wonderful. He's just a joy. [Motherhood is] an amazing, amazing experience.

"[It's] incredibly hard, the hardest job in the world, and I've never been more thankful and grateful to my own mother."

Meanwhile, Justin - who announced the release of his latest solo single 'Can't Stop The Feeling!', following a three-year hiatus, is set to release a follow-up album, although he doesn't know "exactly" what it will feature.

Speaking to Carson Daly's morning show on '97.1 AMP Radio' today about his recent release and his future projects, the American heartthrob said: "I don't know exactly when I'm going to put it out but yeah, I'm definitely working on a new album."