Justin Bieber Is Comedy Central’s Next Roast Victim

20 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Justin Bieber Getting Comedy Central Roast.

Prepare for the Roast of…. The 20-going-on-15-year-old singer with five No. 1 albums under his booster seat has agreed to serve himself up on national television for all sorts of jabs and jokes, which is really no different than any other day.Canadian singer Justin Bieber asked for a Comedy Central roast, and it is a Comedy Central roast he shall receive, the network revealed on Tuesday. “Justin has been asking us for years to roast him,” Comedy Central said in a statement, “so we kept telling him to create some more material and we’re thrilled he listened.” That material, of course, is the past two years of Bieber’s life, during which time the singer has been arrested on numerous occasions, peed in a mop bucket at least once, stormed through a Polish airport with his shirt off in the freezing cold, abandoned his pet monkey in Germany and nearly got himself beat up by Orlando Bloom.

Between all the brushes with the law, neighborhood re-decorating, history lessons, adventures in monkeysitting, and underwear modeling, it’s borderline amazing that he has time to fit this into his schedule. The network said it will “turn up the heat” on the pop star by making him the official butt of its jokes with the “Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber” later this year.

The singer’s antics have made for plenty of comedic fodder over the years, and just this past weekend his ridiculous Calvin Klein ad campaign was parodied throughout Saturday Night Live. But there are a few less obvious but, arguably, more hilarious touchstones from Bieber’s time in the spotlight (and beyond) that we’d like to note, in the hopes that Comedy Central’s Bieber-skewerers — whoever they may be — will consider them for inclusion. Donning a pair of tiny tighty whities, Kate McKinnon offered up an outrageous impersonation of the singer, mugging for the camera one instant then running around, yelling and trying to pants Cecily Strong the next. They said only if I provided them w/ more material so for a year now I have worked hard Finally after all that hard work for my 21st bday it’s happening. There’s more than one way to poke fun at the fact that an internationally best-selling artist has publicly declared his preferred dining establishment to be one whose biggest claim to fame is a just-add-water powdered dipping sauce. …because it’s so bad, it frightened away an attacking Russian bear! (It’s also so bad, a bunch of high school students raised more than $915 by first period on the second day of their charity campaign — double the goal — by playing Baby in the hallways between class, promising to stop only when enough funds had been donated.) Two years ago, Justin Bieber tried to celebrate his 19th birthday by bringing a 14-year-old friend (Jaden Smith) into a London nightclub.

Lol.” The comedians taking part in the Bieber roast will be able to cull material from any number of Bieber-related incidents: From the underage drinking and drag racing to egging his neighbor’s house and peeing in a restaurant mop bucket. Let’s do it :)” James Franco was the last celebrity to serve as the brunt of the joke in the fall of 2013, and previous roastees include Roseanne Barr, Charlie Sheen (whose special stands as the highest-rated), Donald Trump, and William Shatner. London time that he’d had the “worst birthday,” but later rescinded: “Btw it wasn’t the worst bday cuz all my friends from back home flew in I was just mad in the moment,” he wrote on Instagram. For a primer on the “Baby” singer’s history of bad behavior, check out Rolling Stone’s cover story from last year on Bieber’s out-of-control lifestyle.

On the night of the 2013 Grammy Awards, Justin Bieber threw an e-tantrum, attempting to host a rival live stream to compete with the awards after he was shut out of that year’s crop of nominees.

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