Justin Timberlake is one adoring husband.

During his induction into the Memphis Music Hall of Fame on Saturday, the “Cry Me a River” crooner gushed about his wife of three years, Jessica Biel.

“First I want to thank my beautiful, loving and incredibly understanding-of-her-husband’s-shortcomings wife, Jessica,” Timberlake, 34, said during his tearful speech. “She is a rock and she is tough as nails. Baby, I love you more than I could put into words and more than any song I could ever write.”

Introduced by best pal Jimmy Fallon, Timberlake took to the stage for a solid 20 minutes, thanking fellow artists who have stood before him.

“This is the f—–g coolest thing that has ever happened to me,” the Grammy winner expressed. “I wanna thank all the great artists in this hall. I’m truly honored to merely stand on the shoulders of all these legends I grew up listening to, and I grew up admiring, to say that I stand alongside them now.”

The Memphis native also noted how excited he was to celebrate his third wedding anniversary with Biel, 33.

“We actually just celebrated our third anniversary, which in Hollywood years that’s like a 15-year anniversary,” Timberlake joked.

After exchanging vows in Italy in October 2012, the couple welcomed their first child, son Silas Randall, this past April.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.