Justin Timberlake has received an honorary doctorate from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston and they all had powerful words and lessons to share with the graduating class. Missy Elliot and Grammy-award winning composer also received the prestigious degree.
"I don't do surgeries but I could probably work out some prescriptions," Timberlake began his speech. He then reportedly told the crowd he hopes to "look around and see this graduating class" in the music industry, adding, "Meet me at the studio. I want to see y'all!"
The 38-year-old entertainer then shared a photo of himself on Instagram, with his beaming face shielded by the diploma.
"No Dream is too big!!! Keep chasing!!! Trust me...I'm a DOCTOR!! But, for real...THANK YOU to @berkleecollege for this incredible honour - I'm very humbled and grateful," he wrote to Instagram.
Wife Jessica Biel was quick to comment on the post, and wrote, "literally every hat looks good on you, but this is my favourite one," while Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson wrote, "Congrats my friend. So technically, you can now examine a new 'rash' I've developed."
According to CNN, other musicians who have received honorary doctorates from Berklee include Aretha Franklin, Quincy Jones, B.B. King, Smokey Robinson, Rita Moreno and Duke Ellington.
Congrats to Dr. Timberlake!
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This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia.