Let's make a monkey out of Justin; STARS GO WILD WITH THE INSULTS AND STOP BIEBER GOING BANANAS.
Byline: 3am Editor Ashleigh Rainbird with Hannah Hope and Halina Watts
Justin Bieber is a bit of a joke, we all know that. But now he knows it too after spending an evening having insults hurled his way in a celebrity comedy "roast".
Justin was reunited with old pet Mally on stage to remind us just what a little monkey he's been these last few years.
Then Snoop Dogg, Will Ferrell as his Ron Burgundy alter-ego, Ludacris and, randomly, Martha Stewart had a pop at him.
Justin, 21, was accused of being "never not high" and described as "a man who sings for nineyear-olds and cuts his hair like a figure skater".
And - look away now if you are easily offended - we learned that, "Justin is to singing what Philip Seymour Hoffman's heroin dealer is to acting".
Covering incidents when Justin crashed a car, peed in a mop-bucket and spent time at a brothel in Rio, loads of the jokes were near the mark.
No, this was not a night for the politically correct. But the show, which airs on Comedy Central on March 31, had a big impact on Justin, prompting him to say sorry for being such a berk.
Justin said: "There was really no preparing me for this life. I was thrown into this at 12 years old and I didn't really know what I was getting myself into.
"There have been moments that I'm really proud of and a lot of moments that I look back and I'm really disappointed in myself."
Justin insisted he was simply "a kind-hearted person who loves people".
He said: "Through it all, I lost some of my best qualities. For that, I'm sorry." Justin, who said Mally was the "love of my life" even though he abandoned him in Germany in 2013, later revealed why he did the show.
He said: "I'm at a moment of change. I'm turning over a new leaf here."
And about time too, Justin.
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