Grammys: “Can’t Stop The Feeling” Named Best Song Written For Visual Media

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Justin Timberlake’s smash hit “Can’t Stop The Feeling” is officially a Grammy winner.

The “Trolls” soundtrack cut was named Best Song Written For Visual Media during Sunday’s Grammy Premiere broadcast.

The award was given to songwriters Justin Timberlake, Max Martin and Shellback.

“CSTF” beat out “Heathens,” “Just Like Fire,” “Purple Lamborghini,” “Try Everything,” and “The Veil.”

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