She said to The New York Times, "I've been a big astrophysics nut since I was 12.Jane of all Trades, Lauren Conrad, just checked off another item on her master to-do list for reaching home decor world domination: collaborate with the queen of the crafting mafia, Martha Stewart.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.On February 11, she debuted her impression of Elizabeth Warren during Weekend Update and Jeff Sessions in the cold open.Mc Kinnon has made appearances as a voice actress in series like The Simpsons (as Hettie in season 27, episode 14 "Gal of Constant Sorrow") and Family Guy (a voice in season 14, episode 15 "An App a Day", as Karen / Heavy Flo in season 14, episode 6 "Peter's Sister", and a voice in season 15, episode 9 "How the Griffin Stole Christmas"), and films such as Finding Dory (as Stan's fish wife), The Angry Birds Movie (as Stella / Eva the Birthday Mom) and Ferdinand (as Lupe).Said Snoop: "You're the only Bill Cosby accuser making money off of it." The multiple mentions seemed to have only strengthened Buress' comedic resolve as he took shots at his colleagues.
She has been set to play the title role of Grunhilda, an out-of-work witch who takes a job in a school cafeteria to make ends meet. Frizzle in the reboot of the Magic School Bus children's series.
Earlier this week, LC announced on her website that for the next four weeks, she'll be guest-pinning (that's a thing now, eh? We know our #DIY chica will do her best to impress the Don.
We've been calling the former "Hills" star the next coming of Martha for some time now, and in her blog post about her month-long dream partnership, she mentions that she's "drawn a lot of inspiration" from Martha's career. Though LC's only two days into her gig, she's already pinning up a storm, focusing on al fresco entertaining -- just in time for summer.
Claiming to have had "to babysit" Bieber in the early days, he laughed off the teen stars's beef with One Direction, saying, "That's like a fight between don't-care and who-gives-a-shit," adding, "You act so much like a pussy, Ellen [De Generes] tried to eat you." Comedians Nathasha Legerro and Chris D' Elia were up next and got plenty of laughs (the former also elicited a crowd-wide groan for a still-too-soon joke about the late Paul Walker), but it was the unexpected roasters — Martha Stewart and Shaquille O' Neal — who really wowed the audience.
The self-deprecating Stewart joked about her time in prison; citing Bieber's 60 million Twitter followers, she cracked, "The only place people will be following you in jail is into the shower." Shaq also went for the jail jugular, joking: "Justin is worth 0 million, and in prison, that’s worth four packs of Kool." Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy was the surprise roaster and did not disappoint, describing Bieber as "a man — a full-grown man who works and loves and makes things with his hands," adding, "He sings to 9-year-olds, and his hair is like a gay figure skater." Comedian Jeff Ross proved master roaster-worthy during his nearly 10-minute act taking aim at, well, everybody.