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Justin Timberlake's 'Not A Bad Thing' Video Needs Your Help

03/20/2014 01:32 pm ET | Updated Mar 21, 2014

Justin Timberlake's latest music video is a call to action. Literally.

Ellen DeGeneres had the honor of debuting Timberlake's "Not A Bad Thing" video on her talk show, much to the delight of fans. The video is a documentary-style story of Timberlake's hunt for a man who publicly proposed to his wife with the help of "Not A Bad Thing."

The proposal took place on a Long Island Rail Road train and, in case you were worried, she said "yes." Now, Timberlake and his team are on a mission to find the mystery couple and learn their story. The video is being used in conjunction with signs, posters and an on-the-ground foot search in a crowd-sourced effort to locate the happy lovers.

The video's song lyrics are interspersed with clips of different couples talking about their own personal stories of love and marriage proposals. If you thought that love was dead, get ready to have your faith restored. It's a heartwarming montage of romance and happiness. Yes, we're gushing too.

Listen to "Not A Bad Thing" in its entirety here.

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