Valentine's Day: Justin Timberlake, Michelle Obama and more celebs share love-filled posts

Sara M Moniuszko, USA TODAY

It's Valentine's Day, and celebrities are feeling the love.

From showing off their loved ones Friday in sweet posts or sharing other messages about self-love, here's what stars are sharing in their posts related to the holiday. 

Justin Timberlake said "every day is the 14th" with wife Jessica Biel. 

"Throwback to our first year together. It ain’t hard to tell from my face!!! When you know, you know," he wrote on Instagram. "I love you, my funny Valentine…Happy Love Day, y’all!"

Biel returned the love on her Instagram account by sharing a picture of Timberlake holding their 4-year-old son Silas: "My valentines. Love you guys to the (moon emoji) ."

Supermodel Gigi Hadid used the holiday to confirm her on-again, off-again relationship with former "One Direction" member Zayn Malik is back on with a sweet photo. 

"HEY VALENTINE," she captioned a picture taken on a disposable camera, which was shared on her second Instagram account, Gi'sposables. "Z on the farm ♡ Dec 2019."

Lady Gaga took the day to show herself some love and talk about an outdated tradition.

"Celebrating Valentine’s Day wearing this badass ring designed by my friend @bcompleted for @klarna.usa. Did you know that an old tradition says that only during a leap year, on Feb 29th, are women allowed to propose to men? 🤦‍♀️ It’s 2020, and any person of any gender identity can propose to anyone, anytime!" she captioned a photo of herself. "So as we all celebrate love today, I put this ring on my own finger as a sign of my love for myself and for my fans - and a reminder that we are all born superstars."

Michelle Obama shared a Valentine's post for her husband Barack and her children, Sasha, 18 and Malia, 21.

"Happy Valentine’s Day, my loves. You make even the coldest days feel warm," she wrote with a heart emoji.

Barack also shared a post for the holiday. "Happy Valentine’s Day to my forever dance partner, @MichelleObama," he captioned a photo of them busting a move.

Joe Jonas, without commenting on rumors about expecting their first child, posted a photo of his wife Sophie Turner with a simple heart emoji.

Nick Jonas shared an upbeat video of himself and wife Priyanka Chopra dancing to music in Milan, Italy: "Pre show dance party with my forever Valentine."

Chopra shared a "husband appreciation post."

"My forever valentine," she captioned a picture of Jonas rocking out onstage. "He just happens to look like GI joe in those leather pants!! 😍"

Keith Urban stuck to his country roots and took wife Nicole Kidman to Dolly Parton's theme park, Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. He shared an Instagram picture of the lovebirds posing behind a heart made out of logs: "HAPPY VALENTINES DAY."

Kidman called Urban her "Valentine forever" on her Instagram account. 

Miranda Lambert shared a selfie with husband Brendan Mcloughlin: "Happy ❤️ day!"

Reese Witherspoon gave her followers a dose of "Instagram vs. Reality," in a double-photo post with Jim Toth that showed them dressed up and down.

"Me and My Valentine!" she captioned the post.

Kerry Washington commented, "Both pics are so adorbs!!!!!"

Mark Ruffalo posted a smiling photo of him and his wife. "Happy #ValentinesDay" he captioned the image.

Model Gisele Bündchen shared a pic with her hubby, Tom Brady.

"My forever Valentine.Te amo! Wishing you all a happy Valentine’s Day," she wrote.

Billy Ray Cyrus shared a photo of him and his wife, Tish Cyrus.

"Still My Valentine after all these years. Peace...love...and happiness always," he wrote. "You deserve it. My Appalachian Lady... you are sooooo somebody. I'm proud of you."

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