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Ross' jab: "If Anne Frank had heard your music, she would've Uber'd to Auschwitz." Ouch.
Ross ended his shtick with the perfect closer: "Justin, you have such a huge career behind you." Snoop Dogg and Hannibal Buress were last to take the podium and seemed to get the loudest screams — that's probably due in part to the free-flowing alcohol at the laugh-a-thon, but Buress seemed to have won the respect of his fellow roasters and the audience alike for exposing Bill Cosby's past rape accusations.
If Justin Bieber were at all sensitive about his place In the universe, he might have stomped out of his Comedy Central in the first 10 minutes.
Kevin Hart, roast master for the March 14 taping (the roast airs March 30), didn't waste any time delivering the first blows, introducing the event as "possibly the beginning and the end for Bieber." Ludacris, a native of Atlanta, where Bieber first rose to fame, gave as good as he took.
Kirk Cameron, who doesn't have access to science because his religion tells him it's evil, can draw no other conclusion from back-to-back hurricanes than that they're God's will. The likelihood actually increases when the storms come so close together since they both develop under the same environmental conditions (warm temperatures, low air pressure, high moisture, heavy tropical winds). Related: Texas Sushi Bar Makes 5,000 Meals For Hurricane Victims & Volunteers But Kirk wasn't interested in a science lesson from any heathen meteorologists; he answered himself with a reading from the book of Job describing severe weather as either God's "punishment" or "love" — gee, that pretty much covers it, huh?