‘SNL’ Spoofs Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein Ad on Funny Sketch [WATCH VIDEO]

By DV Pre | 2 years ago
‘SNL’ Spoofs Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein Ad on Funny Sketch [WATCH VIDEO]
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Justin Bieber’s ad for Calvin Klein is the most recent “victim” of “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) sketch, and it was hilarious!

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Kate McKinnon brought her best Bieber impersonation as she worked on the last show’s sketch, which is a spoof of the much talked about black-and-white Calvin Klein underwear ad. Meanwhile, Cecily Strong plays the role of Bieber’s co-model Lara Stone.

The hilarious scene shows “Justin” acting all immature, playing pranks and even trying to harass “Lara” by talking nonstop about his junk. In one scene, we saw Bieber trying to impress his co-model as he does mock push-ups and carry baby dumb bells.

“I’m not allowed to drink, but I do,” Bieber says, followed by a shot of him drinking from a juice box.

The “SNL” skit also poked fun of the alleged “digital enhancements” made on Bieber’s bulge. The first video ended with Justin pointing to his crotch and saying, “Yeah, my pee pee’s in there.”

Watch the hilarious “SNL” sketch of Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein ad below:

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After an alleged un-retouched photo of his Calvin Klein shoot circulated online, netizens began to criticize Bieber for using Photoshop to enhance both his muscles and his manhood.

Seemingly fed up with all the rumors, Bieber posted a new photo on Instagram wearing nothing but a towel. As reported by HollywoodLife.com, his initial caption read “Photoshop my a**,” but being the good guy that he is, turned it into, “Photoshop lol.”

His trainer, Patrick Nillson, even came to his defense and told Access Hollywood, that Bieber is, in fact, a “well-endowed” guy.

Do you think Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein underwear ads were edited? Did the “SNL” sketch went a little too far this time? Sound off in the comments below.

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