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Justin Bieber fans are camping out for 'SNL' even though the snowpocalypse is coming

On Saturday, a one Justin Bieber is slated to host Saturday Night Live with musical guest Justin Bieber. People are bursting in anticipation (even though his promos kind of sucked).

Justin Bieber fans are camping out for 'SNL' even though the snowpocalypse is coming

Justin Bieber , performing in Washington on Tuesday, was to have been castrated and killed. But the designated assassin was arrested in Vermont. THEO WARGO / Getty Images
Justin Bieber , performing in Washington on Tuesday, was to have been castrated and killed. But the designated assassin was arrested in Vermont. THEO WARGO / Getty Images

On Saturday, a one Justin Bieber is slated to host Saturday Night Live with musical guest Justin Bieber. People are bursting in anticipation (even though his promos kind of sucked).

They're so excited, in fact, that they're camping out to get into 30 Rock for the show EVEN THOUGH NEW YORK IS ON THE BRINK OF A SNOWPOCALYPSE. Yeah, they're waiting in line (like, as in outside) to earn themselves admission to the show as the rest of the city waits in lines around the block to get into Trader Joe's to buy wine bread. New York is supposed to get 10 to 14 inches of snow.

Have they never heard of Ned Stark, Lord of Winterfell?!

Also, someone should warn them that they're going to be incredibily succeptible to pneumonia because their immune systems are busy trying to battle the Bieber Fever.

Sorry. It's Friday.

Also, he'll be singing "As Long As You Love Me" (which, it seems, isn't a Backstreet Boys cover) and "Nothing Like Us" if that's your kind of thing.

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