The moment everyone was waiting for took place this past Saturday in Los Angeles as Hollywood went in on the attack of Justin Bieber.
The roast special is set to air on Comedy Central on March 30.
Kevin Hart played Master of the Ceremony at the Sony Pictures lot in Culver City, California, as he was joined by fellow roasters Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, Shaquille O'Neal, Jeffrey Ross and more.
Kevin Hart went straight for the kill
"It's no secret that Justin wants to be black. He wants to be black so bad he went out and got sickle-cell anemia."
While Hart generally tries not to overly offend anyone in his jokes, he made sure he was not going to be holding back any punches for the young star.
"Tonight, we are gonna do what [Justin's] parents and the legal system should have done a long time ago," exclaimed Hart. "Give this boy an ass-whoopin' he deserves."
Martha Stewart… that is all.
When we saw Martha Stewart walking the red carpet Saturday night, social media went into a frenzy questioning why Stewart would be in attendance.
As it turned out, the 73-year-old business mogul, who also happens to be a convicted felon, was there to offer some tips on how to survive prison.
Who better than Martha to give him that advice?
"Justin, you have no idea what you're in for. I'm sure it's great to have 60 million followers on Twitter, but the only place people will be following you in jail is into the shower."
Comedy Central also used Martha in an attempt to make fun of the fact that on a stage that included some questionable characters, it was Ms. Stewart who spent the most days in the slammer! Just stating facts.
Hannibal Buress made a surprise appearance
When Hannibal Buress took the stage, his jokes weren't really jokes; the crowd couldn't tell if he was joking or simply giving his honest opinion, especially when he says things like, "Justin, I don't like your music. I think it's bad, man. I hate your music."
It doesn't get more honest than that.
Snoop Dogg is still high
What is Snoop Dogg without the aroma of weed?
At least he was honest when it was his turn to take the stage by letting the audience know, "I've been smoking and drinking, and I feel real good!"
While Snoop got his jabs in at Bieber, he had more of a bone to pick with fellow rapper Ludacris for stealing his style.
Snoop kept it straight Compton, dropping the N-word excessively, wearing a gold chain and just with the overall attitude of not giving a f*ck.
But, before Snoop was done, he did leave Justin laughing with this joke,
"You have left so many horrible and unwatchable videos, you should change your name to Vanilla ISIS."
Will Ferrell brought back Ron Burgundy
What is better than Will Ferrell showing up as Ron Burgundy to take on Justin Bieber?
Ferrell reenacted the incident when Bieber foolishly urinated on a picture of President Clinton, and the crowd loved it.
Ferrell further joked,
"People refer to Mr. Bieber as a kid or a boy. Well here's a newsflash, gang: He's a man. A full-grown man, who works and loves and makes things with his hands. A man who sings songs for 9-year-olds and cuts his hair like a gay figure skater."
Justin Bieber issued a public apology
After a long night, Justin surprisingly kept it together, laughed the whole way through and seemed to enjoy the night.
When Bieber took to the stage, he first had to get back at the roasters by saying,
"What do you get when you give a teenager $200 million? A bunch of has-beens calling you a lesbian for two hours."
On a more serious note, Justin took responsibility for his actions last year, reflected and made a promise to be a better man for the people around him and his fans.
To see the antics for yourself, you can watch "The Roast of Justin Bieber" when it airs March 30 on Comedy Central.