Super Bowl selfie kid gets another surprise from Justin Timberlake


Now known as the Super Bowl selfie kid, the Patriots fan got to relive that feeling all over again when he was invited on Ellen and received a surprise phone call from the Man of the Woods singer himself!

According to McKenna, he was just as surprised as viewers when Timberlake took to the audience during his halftime performance.

A couple minutes into McKenna and Ellen's conversation about the photo, Ellen surprised a very shocked McKenna with a phone call from Timberlake.

"I'll tell you what I want to do, because it was so unexpected that he came down and, because all of this has happened, I thought to myself, I really want to meet you properly".

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Enjoying the perks of new-found fame, Ryan taped an interview for Ellen's Friday show earlier this week, and spoke about the moment he got the snap.

"My dad told me he was coming up so I had to push out there", he explained, "but I had the video [on] when I was going out to Justin, and then I had the iPhone 6, so that thing is slow".

"The lady told us we were in a good section, but we didn't know Justin would be there", he said. And if that wasn't cool enough, the 13-year-old got to meet Ellen DeGeneres on her show - and, to his surprise, talk to Timberlake, too.

The "selfie kid" from the Super Bowl is having the best week ever.

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Appearing on Ellen, the pre-teen got the chance to "reunite" with Timberlake over the phone.

"I pushed through-I was elbowing people", said. "So it just shut off, and that's why all the memes formed".

The singer then explained how the memorable moment came about, saying that McKenna stole the show.

"Do you have anything at all for him, Justin?". The NFL even gave his family a VIP experience to a Patriots home game. "So basically, I knew that I wanted to end the performance with "Can't Stop the Feeling" just because I how people respond to that song", he said.

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"Oh my God, thank you so much", Ryan replied.