Back of Justin and Jessica Speak Out For Change Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel went to the Last Chance for Change Rally in Las Vegas on Saturday. Amidst all of the engagement rumors the two rallied for Obama, but rather than performing, they just spoke freely for 30 minutes. Justin started, "I'm not here as some dude who writes goofy songs. Me and Jess, we're here as Americans. We're here as humans because this is something we had to do. We've never publicly endorsed before. But we've never been so inspired by one person." JT and Jess bantered about the issues, saying: Jess on a woman's right to choose: "Nobody should be able to say what you can do with your body." Justin: "I give Jess the right to choose where we go to eat all the time. The funny thing is, what the woman chooses is usually right." Jess: "Brownie points for you." Justin: "I know where my bread is buttered." Standing up for what they believe in finally brought these two out to stand on stage as a couple. Whatever their future holds, it sounds like they're ready to work together when it comes to their causes. View 15 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 To see more photos of Justin and Jess at the rally just . View 15 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Photo 10 Photo 11 Photo 12 Photo 13 Photo 14 Photo 15 Source Comments californiagirlx7 8 years hottinpink - You really need to do some research if you believe the bullsh*t out there about Obama being a terrorist. Go out and read a real newspaper and turn off Fox News. He can't help that his middle name is Hussein. Kkkkkkkkkkk 8 years :? The president of Iraq is called Jalal Talabani. If you're referring to Saddam Hussein he was executed in 2006. There were some pretty stupid comments on this thread but, for so many reasons hottinpink, you just out-stupided them all. hottinpink9021 8 years Sorry, but they are like the ugliest celebrity couple alive.... And who would vote for a guy named Barack HUSSIEN Obama for UNITED STATES president???? I mean I guess we can then relate to Iraq, because both of our presidents will be named Hussien. cari907 8 years wow thats harsh Kkkkkkkkkkk 8 years Maybe you were extra lucky and you got an unwanted baby and a disease! cari907 8 years and ok if you were raped then ok maybe you have the right to be a murderer. but sluts should not use it as birth control. im sorry that i get so mad. i am just so agaisnt abortion. i love babies. they are miracles. and if you get raped and get pregant, as least you will have something good come out of it. it is not the babies fault you got raped. it is still a part of you. yes its a part of the rapist but its also apart of you. its a miracle. be thankful that you got a baby out of it and not a diesease. i dont understand people. cari907 8 years pitip thank you i hate that people think that they don't have to deal with the consequences of their actions. it is not that hard to put on an effin condom my GOD! most ppl that have had abortions, did not do so because they were raped. slutty but not raped. in just 9 months the fetus will be a beatiful miracle. and in a few months it will grow fingers and toes. why would anyone not want that? Kkkkkkkkkkk 8 years :jawdrop: Oh yeah, that's the answer all right. Let's put every girl on the pill once she starts menstruating in case she gets raped. How fun it would be for every mother to have to explain that little law to her twelve year old daughter. And of course I don't have those statistics, any more that you have any statistical proof that a high percentage of women who have abortions use rape as an excuse. Do you honestly not accept that SOME WOMEN, AND GIRLS (however small the actual percentage) get pregnant as a result of rape? And I'M narrow minded??? :oy: pitip 8 years Whatever... you are too narrowed minded to see my point... And maybe the solution for women that do get raped and that are so unlucky to get pregnant would be maybe... the pill??? And kiki please provide the percentage of women that do get pregnant after rape... you dont have it right??? Kkkkkkkkkkk 8 years Pitip, I don't recall anyone saying that every aborted pregnancy is the result of rape, but (and I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news) you are aware that women do get raped? You are aware that rape can result in an unwanted pregnancy? And you think, what, that these women shouldn't be allowed to terminate that pregnancy because there are other irresponsible women who use abortion as their method of birth control? Your point is not as clear as your callous attitude. pitip 8 years Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but the being raped story is kind of an excuse. Rape? Really? I would like to know out of 100 abortions how many of those preganancies happened out of rape? Very few! Kkkkkkkkkkk 8 years Jessiebanana makes some very valid points, and while i didn't want to get involved in an abortion debate on a celeb gossip thread I live in a country where abortion is banned outright and I can tell you all that it is not an ideal situation. We have seen teenage victims of rape have to go to the high court to fight for the right to travel to another country and have an abortion. Thirteen and fourteen year old girls having to go through that ordeal, on top of everything they've already been through, is just wrong and whatever my own personal stance on abortion might be in relation to my life and my body I have no right to deprive a suicidal teenager of that option. Nor does my government. There are so many circumstances where abortion ceases to be a black and white issue, and every government needs to have legislation in place to deal with those individual situations. Abortion as birth control is wrong, and i would always be in favour of heavily regulating it, but outright bans are wrong too. ShySweetee 8 years Jessica just needs to go away. It was suppose to be a event with just Justin and horse face she-male showed up. She loves the attention. karenpanna 8 years I am surprised by the sheer number of celebrities taking an interest in this election. Though what they say may not be the most eloquent, I think their hearts are in the right places. I think we often over analyze celebrities primarily because children have the tendency to idolize them, but I think we need to give them a little more credit. Acts like this show us that even though they are famous, they are trying to make some difference. Without it being scripted, they sound just like everyone else, which I think might be the angle they wanted to take. snowysakurasky 8 years i was excited to read their comments (though i am not a fan of them, only obama) but SOO disappointed to hear that they made light of abortion!! are they trying to sabotage obama? if you're a public figure endorsing a candidate, maybe prepare something to say beforehand? and when making jokes, i dont think abortion is ever fair game. it just can;t be funny....ever :( californiagirlx7 8 years LOL @ Mesayme californiagirlx7 8 years I don't really like them (I think they both believe that they are more attractive & talented than they actually are), but they seem really cute at this event. I don't think they were trying to make light of abortion, and trust me I HATE it when people make abortion seem like it is a walk in the park. Juicylemon 8 years Jessiebanana, I agree with everything you said. About the right to abort and the fact that getting pregnant is more than being a ''walking incubator''. Also I agree with the very obvious fact that the restaurant thing was just a joke. july99 8 years How are the speaking freely when both had their speeches written out. coachluvr33 8 years These two are not my favorites but it normally really annoys me when celebs get involved in politics because I don't really think it is their place because they make soooo much freaking money that what possibly affects them? Taxes won't make or break them. The wall street fiasco...is anyone in Hollyweird even suffering a little because of that? No, so I wish they would be quiet about things that do not affect them. They will always have money, more than you and I ever dreamed of. That said, at least these two were not being rude and condemning the other candidate like Matt Damon and/or Madonna. Seriously, I wish those two would set sail for another country and stay there and I always liked Matt until then :( Jessiebanana 8 years And they were clearly joking. Serious issue it is, but sometimes these things are talked about more easily through humor. You ALL know they weren't making any serious comparisons so don't get your knickers in a twist. Jessiebanana 8 years Because the baby is a fetus living parasitically off the mothers body until its born and can't physically speak (or make noise)...thats why it doesn't get a choice. Pregnancy is a lot more taxing than just being a walking incubator. Don't believe in abortion. Don't have one, I haven't, but don't tell someone else they have to compromise their health, time, energy, emotional well being for something they don't want or can't afford (mentally, physically, or emotionally) to safely have right now. If you're kicking a heroin habit and don't think you can quit in enough time. PLEASE be selfless and have an abortion. Save the fetus some stress. Been raped and can't handle the emotional stress. PLEASE do yourself and your baby a favor. A teenage girl who might get kicked out of her home with no where to go. PLEASE don't feel guilty considering your options. Shakes head...the ignorance is astounding. Quit bullying other women, it their bodies and their decision. Feel free to shoot me. I just don't care. cari907 8 years kiki tee love ur icon lol cari907 8 years gabiushka thank you cari907 8 years abortion is wrong. y doesnt that baby get to choose. and gag me.