WENN reports that when Marilyn Manson was in the audience for a show by his girlfriend, fetish artist Dita Von Teese, he spotted N' SYNC star Justin Timberlake with his mother Lynn Harless behind him, and decided to make some mischief. Manson referred to a woman's anatomy in a vulgar way because "earlier that day I had watched a sexual education documentary for retarded people. I saw Justin again on New Year's Eve at the Osbournes' and I said, 'I want to apologize for saying that in front of your mother, I feel a little bad even though I am Marilyn Manson. But I really like your new video because you seem like a depraved stalker, and I think that's very attractive. And I don't mean that in a gay way.' And he said 'Thank you,' and I said, 'Can I just tell you one thing? The part of the song where you say 'drums', you should have said 'tits'."
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