It was an odd pairing this week on Lip Sync Battle, but ultimately fun. Justin Bieber, object of many little girls affections, performed Fergie’s “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Crazy Train” by Ozzy Osbourne, while Deion Sanders, former football player and sports analyst, did Wild Cherry’s “Play That Funky Music” and “Like A Virgin” by Madonna. Host LL Cool J and Color Commentator Chrissy Teigen had a lot of fun last night with these two. And try not to let your eyes pop out of your head like a cartoon, when you get a look at Teigen’s half a dress.
Have you ever wanted to see Justin Bieber get absolutely obliterated by stand-up comedians while he sits and looks on helplessly? You’re not alone. Many, many people have wished for something like this…including Justin Bieber, apparently.
Bieber has been asking Comedy Central to set up one of their famous Roast shows for him for a while now, and he’s finally getting his wish. The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber will film in Los Angeles sometime in the near future, and an airdate will be announced soon.
If you happened to catch Machete Kills during its brief theatrical run (and few did – $13.5 million in worldwide box office and it opened at #4 behind Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 in its third week) you might have noticed a “Grindhouse”-style fake trailer for a planned third installment of Robert Rodriguez‘ Tex-Mex action series starring Danny Trejo as a pissed-off former Federale who kills bad people with really sharp objects playing before and after the flick.
Now that trailer has been released online, and you can check out the deranged glory of Machete Kills Again…In Space! here below.
Reading that headline you’re probably feeling the exact same way that everyone else is: that this has to be a joke. The Onion must be involved somewhere, right? Wrong. This looks like it’s as true as true can be. And that means we’re all doomed.
When you think “biopic” you usually think of someone like Ray Charles or Abraham Lincoln or something along those lines. We don’t live in the double-aughts anymore, however, and apparently anyone is able to get their very own biopic these days. This is the case with young Justin Bieber, the unfathomably popular singer/rapper/something or other that has inexplicably taken over the planet’s pre-tween female species. Whatever voice-cracking subtleties the 16-year-old speaks, these girls go nut-job crazy, and this apparently warrants the less-than-two-decade-old life story we need so badly.