‘SNL’ 2013 Spoilers: Justin Bieber Is Host and Musical Guest on ‘Saturday Night Live’ on Feb. 9

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SNL should be hot this week, and now some spoilers have been spilled about what to expect from Justin Bieber, who is doing two jobs on the iconic show. He will be both host and guest musician for Saturday Night Live when the show airs on Feb. 9.

For starters, one source claims that the opening monologue as delivered by The Biebs will be about Valentine’s Day. However, that theme is not set in stone since, as everyone knows, nothing’s in the can until this show goes live on Saturday night.

Another spoiler comes regarding Justin’s choice in musical material for the comedy show that he has been busy practicing for all week. Bieber will be singing “As Long As You Love Me” and “Nothing Like Us.”

That said, the second song has been said to be about his breakup with Selena Gomez. However, that so-called meaning may not resonate any longer because it seems that these two may have reunited if the gossip concerning this pair is to be believed.

So, with that information out there in the social media-driven universe, does that mean that Sel will be there to see Justin perform? Will SNL see Gomez sitting in the audience when The Biebs goes live as both host and musical guest?

And, perhaps even more importantly, will Bieber be lip-syncing while on stage singing on Saturday Night Live? OK, so that’s probably not going to happen. In fact, you can bet on that.

What you can’t bet on is that he will be really funny when SNL hits the small screen on Saturday. After all, Justin Bieber did tongue kiss a mannequin head on national TV earlier this week when he appeared on Jimmy Fallon’s late night show that was more of a tough thing to watch than a fun thing to laugh about. Right? Right.

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