Justin Bieber is a Canadian pop singer whose become a worldwide teen sensation. Justin began his professional career on YouTube, where he was discovered by his future manager, Scooter Braun. Braun flew Bieber to Atlanta, Georgia, where he consulted with Usher and soon signed a record deal with Island.
While Justin Bieber knew he was in for a rough night during his Comedy Central Roast, he never expected the roasters to take shots at the late Paul Walker.
However, Jeffrey Ross, Natasha Leggero and Pete Davidson managed to weave the “Fast and Furious” hunk into their barbs and Comedy Central wasn’t having it. A network rep announced, “Roasts often push the limits of good taste and we give the participants full rein to try things knowing we have the edit to shape the show. Sometimes the line is discovered by crossing it. The Paul Walker references will not be in the telecast.”
He submitted himself to a barrage of barbs from some of the fiercest comedians of the day, and Justin Bieber survived his Comedy Central Roast on Saturday (March 14).
After the taping, the “Baby” singer stepped backstage to answer a few questions and it seems the Selena Gomez jokes were the hardest for him to weather. Roast master Kevin Hart joked, “Justin, unfortunately, Selena Gomez couldn’t be here tonight. Just because she didn’t want to be here. I wish I had something better to tell you, but I don’t. No, Selena got word — there were rumors that Justin [was] dealing with Kendall Jenner, and that shocked me. I was like ‘What the f*ck.’ That’s what I said, ‘What the f*ck.’ I was like, ‘You gonna deal with a Jenner, I thought it would be Bruce!’ That’s what I thought!”
Hosted by Will Ferrell’s charity Cancer for College, the fundraiser pitted the “One Less Lonely Girl” singer against the “Get Hard” actor while Ferrell played line judge and hurled insults against both players over the PA system.
He loves showing off his muscles, and Justin Bieber just scored the cover of the April 2015 issue of Men's Health magazine, titled “The Reinvention of Justin Bieber.”
In his interview, the “One Less Lonely Girl” singer explains, “This has really been a big year for me, as far as figuring stuff out. This is almost like a full 180 from how I was. Yesterday — a year from yesterday — I was in jail. I had to grow up so quick. And it was almost like I grew up for the public, but I didn’t necessarily grow up. There were things I had to do, as far as the way I had to make relationships, and conversation, but as far as actually growing up, there were a lot of things I missed out on. You feel like you wanna grow up and you gotta prove yourself. Hey, man, you don’t need to prove yourself. I didn’t know that, though. It’s good to really take a step back and be appreciative and understand that life brought me to an incredible place.”
The “One Less Lonely Girl” replays his role in his sexy Calvin Klein commercial, but instead of a beautiful female model, Justin’s costar ends up being funny man Jeff Ross, complete with a long blonde wig and a topless torso.
He’s becoming a regular guest on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and on Monday (February 16) Justin Bieber decided it was time to play a joke on one of his biggest fans. He explained, “I just love doing prank phone calls with my friends. It’s one of my top five favorite things to do.”
He’s come a long way since egging his neighbor’s house last year, and Justin Bieber continued his journey to the high road over the weekend with a special post via Twitter and Instagram.
The “One Less Lonely Girl” singer used a photo of the Golden Gate Bridge as the backdrop for his inspirational poster moment, letting the world know his true feelings about living life to the fullest. Bieber wrote, “Life isn’t about having fun, it’s about being fulfilled. What’s more fun then [sic] knowing your purpose and being encouraged because you went the extra mile to help someone else. We all have a light; are we going to let it shine or mask it with unfulfilling things? I choose to let my light shine!”