Justin Bieber Comedy Central Roast Also Supporting A Great Cause

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Pop/R&B sensation Justin Bieber tweeted the details to a contest that would allow fans a chance to see him get roasted by Kevin Hart and other celebrities/comedians, to benefit the Stars For Autism campaign.

Bieber and his gang of Comedy Central Roasters have been heavily promoting the event on social media and yesterday the star tweeted a contest that would allow fans the possibility of being able to attend the Comedy Central roast along with a few amenities.

The contest comes in partnership with Omaze and is being conducted to benefit funds for Autism programs, research, schools, and services across the country according to the website.

"Watch Night of Too Many Stars this Sunday March 8 at 8/7C on Comedy Central.

Hosted by Jon Stewart, with appearances by Steve Carell, Louis C.K., Martin Short, Paul Rudd, John Oliver, Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan, Bill Burr, Steve Buscemi, Adam Sandler, Larry David, Sarah Silverman, Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson, Maya Rudolph, Chris Rock, Jon Bon Jovi and many more," read the promotion for the event.

Bieber is taking this to a whole new level, but it's good to see that another good thing will come out of the Comedy Central Roast other than Bieber getting ragged on by some of the best comedians to date.

While fans can help support programs for autism, Bieber is giving back all of the bad mistakes he made by having people roast him away. It's a gutsy move but will it pay off?