Justin Timberlake snapped a selfie with a thrilled fan during his Super Bowl half-time performance.

The 37-year-old singer made his way up into the stands at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota whilst belting out his hit 'Can't Stop The Feeling' and Justin made sure it was a night to remember for fan Ryan, who managed to bag a picture with the singing sensation.

Speaking after the Super Bowl, Ryan said: ''It was really crazy. It's awesome. I've gotten so much stuff on social media and stuff. It's crazy. My phone is blowing up.''

Whilst his dad John added to Entertainment Tonight: ''It was fantastic for my son.''

After snapping the picture, Justin headed back to the pitch shouting ''Super Bowl selfie'' before thanking the crowd for getting involved with his 13 minute long performance, which saw him belt out hits such as 'Mirrors', 'Rock Your Body' and 'Cry Me A River'.

Meanwhile, Justin previously revealed he had a ''moment'' performing with the late Prince in a video projection at the Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota - Prince's hometown, duetting on his song 'I Would Die 4 U'.

He said: ''It's a moment for me, if I'm being quite honest, because he's always been the pinnacle of musicianship for me. And when we decided that [we were going to do a tribute], like the serendipity and the synergy that we would be Minneapolis, and that he's such a special thing here aside from what he is all over the world. I just felt like I wanted to do something for this city and something for him that would just be the ultimate homage to what I consider the G.O.A.T. of musicians.''