Justin Bieber Gives SNL Writers Permission To Spoof Him When He Hosts In February

Justin Bieber Gives SNL Writers Permission To Spoof Him When He Hosts In February
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Justin Bieber has made a dangerous move by giving Saturday Night Live writers permission to spoof him all they want when he hosts the show on Feb 9 … he must have been high! 

Justin and his team team have formally declared that absolutely NOTHING is off-limits!

Do you guys think that was a smart move?

Well… It worked for Paris Hilton! If you guys can remember, the pop icon and heiress appeared on SNL right after her sex tape was released, and she came out alive!

Justin will be doing double duty on the show — hosting and performing.

Let us know how you think they’re gonna stock the GREEN room? Cough..Cough.

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

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