Howard Stern Calls Justin Bieber a Douche for Having an Entourage

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Former 'SNL' castmember Bill Hader and Howard Stern talked about Justin Bieber in a recent interview, with Howard slamming Biebs for having an entourage, calling him a "douche." Hader dished on Bieber SNL behind-the-scenes. Howard Stern Bill Hader Justin Bieber douch entourage SNL
Former SNL cast member Bill Hader sat down with Howard Stern in a new interview--and talk turned to Justin Bieber.

Bill talked about Justin Bieber's entourage and how he has a herd of people following him, which Howard called a "douche" move.

Since Bill has worked with Justin on SNL, he knows how Justin travels with a posse, which he compared to Justin Timberlake, who has no entourage in tow.

Bill said Justin Timberlake is "great," adding, "Also guy doesn't show up with anybody. It's just him."

He noted, "Justin Bieber showed up with like 20 guys. And every time, you know when you're backstage it's a very small constructed place, he had a guy holding a slice of pizza, a guy holding a Diet Coke. You were trying to fight through all these people to get dressed. Timberlake, it was just him. He's a real class act, that guy."

Howard said, "it impedes the process" when Bieber shows up with so many people, later adding, "sort of sad, actually."

Bill explained, "he always has people with him everywhere he goes."

Howard slammed Justin, saying, "what's sad about it too is that he doesn't know what a douche he's coming off like when he does that. Because he thinks that's what he's supposed to be doing."

Bill did say, "I had nice chats with him...he was a nice guy, nice kid."

Justin isn't the biggest diva in the biz though--Mariah Carey, Bill noted, has the largest entourage.



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