It’s time to bury the hatchet! Justin Bieber and Seth Rogen could very well put an end to their ongoing feud when they meet on ‘The Ellen Show,’ HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY.
Justin Bieber, 21, may finally get to make amends with one of his favorite actors. Both he and Seth Rogen, 33, are scheduled to appear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday, Nov. 11, and HollywoodLife.com can reveal EXCLUSIVELY the one request Justin made to his favorite talk show host.
Hearing that Justin Bieber and Seth Rogen are going to be in the same place at the same time is not exactly exciting, especially given their history. As many Beliebers will remember, Seth is not the biggest fan of Justin, and has called him out for his bad behavior on more than one occasion. But, is that all about to come to a crashing halt?
“[Justin] brought up the idea to do something with Seth to Ellen, Seth is not aware of any plans yet and will be told when he comes in for the taping,” a source close to the situation tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “Justin is a big fan even though it is not vice versa. Justin is hoping for the best.”
Hmm, it sure sounds like Justin is ready to wave a white flag and shake hands with Seth, doesn’t it? Thankfully, he has Ellen and her writers on his side.
“The writers are coming up with games they can play with the both of them and Ellen wants them to do something funny together on the show and have them bury the hatchet,” our source explained while discussing their potential meeting on the Nov. 11 episode of Ellen’s show.
As for whether or not they think Seth will be game, well, it’s all a little up in the air. “It is honestly 50/50 right now, [Seth] hasn’t been asked but will be asked once the writers come up with a handful of ideas for the taping,” our source shared. Fingers crossed Justin finally gets to say “Sorry” to Seth in person!
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— Lauren Cox, with reporting by Russ Weakland