Bill Hader thought Justin Bieber was worst-behaved guest on 'SNL' - MRCAESAR.COM



Friday, 23 March 2018

Bill Hader thought Justin Bieber was worst-behaved guest on 'SNL'

Is it too late for Justin Bieber to say sorry to “Saturday Night Live”?
The pop star was reportedly the worst-behaved musical guest on the late-night sketch comedy series, according to the show’s alumni Bill Hader and Jay Pharaoh.
The question was posed by a caller on Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live” on Bravo Thursday night — and Pharoah and Hader said the answer was obvious.
“It was (Justin) Bieber. Bieber, he just was in a bad place,” Hader admitted. “Maybe he’s in a better place, but back then it was rough.”
“Everyone’s usually on great behavior. Everyone’s very excited and great behavior most time,” Hader continued. “Yeah, Bieber’s the only one in my experience. I think it was just, he seemed exhausted or at the end of a rope.”
Justin Bieber performs on The Purpose Tour at the Allstate Arena on April 22, 2016, in Rosemont, Ill. Bill Hader and Jay Pharoah said he was the worst-behaved “SNL” guest. (ROB GRABOWSKI/ROB GRABOWSKI/INVISION/AP)
Pharoah immediately knew the two would agree before Hader revealed the name.
“We both know, dawg,” said the former cast member who is known for his impressions.
Hader had previously brought up Bieber’s bad behavior in the 2014 book “Live From New York: An Uncensored History Of Saturday Night Live.”
Pharoah also called out Kanye West, noting that he saw him “yank somebody.”
Bill Hader and Jay Pharoah appear Thursday night on an episode of "Watch What Happens L!VE" with Andy Cohen. (VIA YOUTUBE)
“That was pretty hilarious ... he got dude in place,” he added.
Bieber was the musical guest in April 2010 and later was both host and musical guest in 2013.
It is unclear which year the pair was referring to, or whether it was both times.
The “Sorry” singer was charged with DUI and resisting arrest in Miami in 2014 and had been charged with misdemeanor vandalism for egging his neighbors' house that same year.

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