Martha Stewart Hits On Justin Bieber In Comedy Central Roast

Posted: Mar 31 2015, 1:36am CDT | by , in Latest TV News


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Martha Stewart hits on Justin Bieber in Comedy Central Roast

The Justin Bieber Roast aired last night on Comedy Central.

Justin Bieber got roasted last night on Comedy Central under the lead of Kevin Hart. The celebrities roasting Bieber included Shaq, Natasha Leggero, Jeff Ross, Pete Davidson, Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg and Ludacris. The one celebrity that made a lasting impression is surprisingly Martha Stewart. Her name tops the trending list on Twitter well after the Bieber Roast has aired.

Martha Stewart uses her prison experience to talk sense into Bieber. Stewart was convicted of charges related to the ImClone insider trading affair in 2004. She also said that he needs to find a girl and settle down. Then she said: "Call me."

At the end of the roast Justin Bieber got serious for a moment. He said he is sorry for the many troubles he got into and that he is actually a kind hearted person and he loves people. The speech took though a funny turn when a man in a Bavarian outfit brought in a monkey that looked like Bieber's monkey he had to leave in Germany.

The full Justin Bieber Roast can be watched online on the Comedy Central site. A login from your TV provider is required to access the stream.

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