Justin Bieber Is Getting a Comedy Central Roast

20 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Comedy Central Will Roast Justin Bieber.

Prepare for the Roast of…. The 20-year-old singer has reportedly wanted to be the butt of the joke for years, according to a source at Comedy Central, who told Ryan Seacrest’s website: “Justin has been asking us for years to roast him, so we kept telling him to create some more material and we’re thrilled he listened.” As far as targets go, Bieber’s an easy one.Justin Bieber will get this very own Comedy Central roast, a source confirms to Us Weekly — find out if he’ll be there; plus, see how he reacted to his SNL parody this past weekend!

Like the network’s previous specials, the program will feature Bieber getting roasted by a number of stand-up comedians and other stars, and generally, nothing is off-limits. 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.

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. It was funny :)” Of course, many people find other things about Bieber funny, from his hair styles and self-professed “swag” to his music, love life, and run-ins with the law. 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. We’re guessing his recent Calvin Klein underwear ad controversy and the subsequent “SNL” parody — “my peepee’s in there” — gave the network some more incentive to skewer le petit Canadien.

Other honorees over the years—it is an honor, right?—include Joan Rivers, Roseanne Barr, Charlie Sheen, Donald Trump, David Hasselhoff and Bob Saget. 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.

Titled It’s Never “Just A Minute”, the 50 Shades of Grey actress plays a waiting game of sorts with a PA (voiced by an unseen Max Minghella) who is tasked to bring her to set.

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