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Posted Thursday 9/13/18 at 1:29PM EDT
Jimmy Fallon's Central Park Tonight Show will feature cameos from stars like Justin Bieber
“It’s a giant deal for us. No late night show has done it,” Fallon said of The Tonight Show tonight becoming the first-ever late-night show to broadcast from New York City's Central Park. “We have a couple of surprises,” Fallon teased to People. “We went out and already shot a thing in Central Park with a pal of ours. I don’t want to say his name (but) it rhymes with ‘Justin Greeber.’ Anyway, it’s a really dumb bit and it’s really funny.”
Posted Friday 3/23/18 at 2:35PM EDT
Bill Hader and Jay Pharoah agree Justin Bieber was the "worst-behaved" SNL guest
“I mean, we both know,” Pharoah said on Watch What Happens Live. “Yeah, it was Bieber,” said Hader. “He just was in a bad place. Maybe he’s in a better place, but then he was in a very … it was rough.” Hader previously detailed Bieber's terrible time hosting in a 2013 interview with Howard Stern.
Posted Tuesday 11/21/17 at 2:04PM EST
“Hollywood’s A-List Pastor” to film an Amazon talk show pilot
Pastor Judah Smith of The City Church of Beverly Hills has attracted a large celebrity following, most notably Justin Bieber and Russell Wilson. He’s now working on Big Talk, a proposed hourlong talk show that would have him tackling the meaning of life.
Posted Friday 9/08/17 at 2:25PM EDT
Hurriane Harvey telethon has been expanded to Hurricane Irma victims
Source: Entertainment Weekly
Tuesday’s Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief telethon also announced a slew of new names, including Tom Hanks, Stephen Colbert, Kerry Washington, Justin Bieber, Jimmy Fallon, Sean “Diddy” Combs and Gwen Stefani.
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Posted Tuesday 8/15/17 at 10:46PM EDT
CBS wants to have its own singing competition show, with Scooter Braun's help
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
The talent manager behind Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande gets a singing show, that would mean all of the Big Four broadcast networks will have a singing competition. PLUS: Braun could join Fox singing competition The Four.