Oscars 2012: Justin Bieber Gets Billy Crystal '18-24 Year-Old Demographic'


Oscars 2012: Justin Bieber Gets Billy Crystal '18-24 Year-Old Demographic'


Bieber helps the 84th Annual Academy Awards to be more appealing to younger audience by appearing in the 'Midnight to Paris' spoof with the host.

Billy Crystal opened the 84th Annual Academy Awards with the help from Justin Bieber. Spoofing one of the nominees, "Midnight in Paris", the parody sees the teen singer saying to the host, "I'm here to get you the 18-24 year-old demographic."

They recreated the movie's scene where a mysterious character picked up Owen Wilson's character. After Bieber said that he's going to hang out with Hemingway, Billy then appeared as Sammy Davis Jr. and chimed in, "And then we're gonna go kill Hitler."

Attended by the likes of George Clooney, Sandra Bullock, Gwyneth Paltrow and Cameron Diaz, this year's Oscars took place at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood & Highland Center. "Hugo", "The Artist", "The Iron Lady" and "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011)" were among the early winners.



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