Fans can watch the Justin Bieber roast online and see just how bad the Canadian pop star got it.
The highly anticipated program, The Roast of Justin Bieber, aired Monday on Comedy Central, but the jokes and the burns have been leaked onto the internet for several days leading up to that. With anticipation building, many viewers unable to watch Comedy Central or who just missed the roast are turning to the internet to see all the Bieber burns.
Luckily, Comedy Central has your back. The Roast of Justin Bieber is now available to watch online, even for those who are not subscribers to the cable network (links to the entire show and to the best clips available below).
The roast features actor and comedian Kevin Hart as roast master, leading a group of roasters that included Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy, Hannibal Buress, Chris D’Elia (who happens to be Justin Bieber’s favorite comedian), Snoop Dogg, Natasha Leggero, Ludacris, Shaquille O’Neal, and Martha Stewart.
The internet has already been buzzing with the best clips, including Martha Stewart telling what life was like in prison.
“The first thing you’ll need is a shank. I made mine from a comb and a pack of gum. I’ll show you how later. It’s so simple. I found Bubblicious works best and it’s so much fun to say. You see, when I did my stretch, all the hood rats on my cell block wanted to break off a piece of Martha Stewart’s a**. I decided some b**** needed to be got. I walked into the chow hall, picked out the biggest bull d*** and I stuck her. From then on, prison was easier than making blueberry scones.”
Not everyone was happy with the Justin Bieber roast (not including the Biebs himself). Rapper and actor Ludacris said some of the jokes went too far — including those aimed at his late friend, Paul Walker.
“A lot of people took it [too] far,” Ludacris said in an interview with Huffington Post. “It did go too far and that’s what happens at some of these roasts … There were some jokes that weren’t appropriate. Like … there were some Paul Walker jokes that I didn’t think were appropriate and I was told and promised that they would edit those out. That’s what I’m saying. Some of those were over the line.”
Those who want to watch the full Roast of Justin Bieber online can click here (subscription information required). Those who don’t subscribe to cable but still want to see Bieber roasted can find clips here.
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