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Bieber & Natalie Portman Celebrate 100 ‘SNL’ Digital Shorts

Justin Bieber and Natalie Portman join Andy Samberg and others for hilarious 100th digital short.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: May 14th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Bieber & Natalie Portman Celebrate 100 ‘SNL’ Digital Shorts

‘The Lonely Island’ celebrated 100 digital shorts this weekend on Saturday Night Live. In honor of their hilarious skits, many celebrities came together to reprise roles from previous videos including Justin Bieber, Natalie Portman, Justin Timberlake, Jon Hamm, and Michael Bolton.

Justin Bieber replaces Lonely Island member, Akiva Schaffer, as the trio throw a bash to celebrate their 100th digital short. The skit opens with the three guys (Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Bieber) dressed in tuxedos at the party, walking around congratulating themselves on this wonderful achievement. The trio begins listing off all the ways they will celebrate, and Bieber is happy to participate in their joy... until the guys suggest something Bieber finds a little unappealing. So what throws Bieber off? Apparently, The Lonely Island guys want to suck their own dicks. And how does Bieber respond? “That’s disgusting”. Exactly my sentiment, Biebs.

Justin Timberlake returns to reprise his famous “Dick in a box” role, while Natalie Portman returns with her gangster rapper persona, stating “Yeah I had a baby, but I’m still crazy.” Jon Hamm returned as Sergio, with other notable appearances from Michael Bolton, Usher, and former ‘SNL’ superstar, Will Ferrell.

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