Beginning May 28, you’ll be able to see Justin Bieber’s face somewhere other than his mugshots: The pop star will join So You Think You Can Dance for a few episodes this season.
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Between now and June 28, the deadline for Emmy voters to submit nomination ballots, EW.com will feature interviews with some of the actors and actresses whose names we hope to hear when nominations are announced on July 18.
Since joining the cast of Saturday Night Live in 2010, Taran Killam has established himself as a versatile breakout for his commitment to everything from late-night Robyn music video re-recations to bizarre, dance craze-inspiring digital shorts, even Romney son impersonations. But Killam particularly enjoyed seeing a character he developed four years ago at Los Angeles’ comedy troupe The Groundlings making it to air this season. “[It’s] been affectionately referred to as ‘The Glice Sketch,'” he says, “I play sort of an overbearing, protective brother. He doesn’t feel great about himself, so he does everything in his power to humiliate his sister’s new boyfriend” — played by Justin Bieber.
Killam’s character’s humiliation tactics included plenty of mocking wordplay and outright yelling in Bieber’s face for a no less than five minutes in front of an audience of millions — causing the pop superstar to barely contain his laughter mid-sketch. Killam tells EW how “The Glice Sketch” gave him new opportunities at SNL, discusses the show’s recent cast shake-ups, and shares a few memories from the show’s storied after parties. READ FULL STORY
Justin Bieber may be generating headlines right now all over the globe on his world tour, but he’ll make a pit stop stateside this weekend in Springfield. The singer has recorded a brief cameo as himself for Sunday’s episode of The Simpsons, “The Fabulous Faker Boy” (Fox, 8 p.m.). “He tries to get into a talent show that Bart is playing piano in and they won’t admit him,” hinted Simpsons exec producer Al Jean, adding: “Draw your own conclusions.”
Get your first look at the Simpsonized Biebs in the photo below. READ FULL STORY
Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock alum Tracy Morgan will host the 2013 Billboard Music Awards. Given his raunchy brand of stand-up comedy, it should be quite a night. The live show, from Las Vegas, will air May 19 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
“When you look at the artists who have come up through Billboard over the years, it’s incredible,” Morgan said in a statement. “And how can you say no when Prince is going to be there!”
Along with Prince, who is receiving the Billboard Icon Award, Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, and Miguel are also all slated to perform.
It’s Saturday Night Bieber!
Justin Bieber will host and be the musical guest on Saturday Night Live Feb. 9, EW has confirmed. This will be the first time Bieber hosts; he was the musical guest in 2010 when Tina Fey hosted, and has appeared on a few other episodes as well, most notably in a Church Lady sketch with host Dana Carvey.
Bieber is presumably hosting to promote his upcoming Believe: Acoustic release, out Jan. 29. He will follow Jennifer Lawrence/The Lumineers on Jan. 19, and Adam Levine on Jan. 26, with musical guest Kendrick Lamar.
Justin Bieber, Emma Stone, Tyra Banks and Josh Duhamel are honoring teenagers who give back to their communities.
Nickelodeon announced Tuesday that each star will pay tribute to a teen volunteer at the fourth annual TeenNick HALO Awards. It is presented to young people who are “helping and leading others.”
Nick Cannon, who created the awards show, will serve as its host and executive producer. It is set to tape Nov. 17 at the Hollywood Palladium and air as a 90-minute special on Nov. 19.
The four honorees come from across the country and range in age from 16 to 19. One started an organization to help outfit low-income teenage girls. Another makes and distributes gift bags for breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.
Oprah will interview Justin Bieber, so what should they talk about?
Justin Bieber ‘secret’ footage released on Twitter
Justin Bieber, Gabby Douglas to appear on Disney Channel’s ‘Make Your Mark: Shake It Up Dance Off’ — EXCLUSIVE PHOTO
Justin Bieber has just completed vocals on his latest project: A guest spot on The Simpsons. The 18-year-old singer, who wasn’t born when the animated Fox comedy launched, tweeted this afternoon: “just did a voice over for the SIMPSONS!!! #swaggy.” Though the tweet appears to have since been deleted, Simpsons exec producer Al Jean confirms to EW that Bieber will indeed play himself in an upcoming episode. How exactly does he fit into the story? “He tries to get into a talent show that Bart is playing piano in and they won’t admit him,” says Jean, quipping: “Draw your own conclusions.” READ FULL STORY
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