Justin Timberlake plans to revive the ailing fortunes of MySpace by shifting the music website's focus towards television.
The actor bought the website last June for £22m and has announced plans to turn the site into a real time, interactive TV sharing platform.
In a statement he said he wants to "take television to the next step by upgrading it to the social networking experience".
Speaking about his vision for a bleak and socially isolated future, he added "we no longer have to crowd around the same [television] to experience it together". That's right Justin, it's called Twitter.