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Conundrum: Should you watch Bieber on Own or Lohan as Liz on Sunday?

Posted on November 22, 2012 by

This Sunday (Nov. 25) Justin Bieber will be interviewed on Oprah’s Next Chapter at 9 pm, the exact same time Lindsay Lohan will be premiering as Elizabeth Taylor in the Lifetime movie Liz & Dick. Can’t figure out which one to watch? I know how you feel.

Check out our list below and be sure to set your TiVo for whichever one you miss.

Watch Bieber on Own if you like:

Celebrity gossip — If you’re constantly keeping tabs on the latest celebrity news watch Bieber. While the segment was filmed before his presumed breakup with Selena Gomez (note: they were photographed out together after the news) he still provided insights into their relationship. He said they occasionally take back exits or use decoys but he never makes her separate from him. “I don’t want her to ever feel like I’m ashamed of her,” he said. “A lot of guys do that — especially in the business — they don’t want to be seen with the girl, so they make them ride in separate cars and do all that getaway stuff.”

Backstage looks at the Believe tour — Oprah went backstage to the sold-out concert in Rosemount, Illinois and got an exclusive look at the inner workings. She also got a glimpse of what it’s like to be One Less Lonely Girl.

Keeping an updated list of your idol’s marriage plans — Justin Bieber revealed to Oprah he plans to walk down the aisle by 25. Oprah encouraged him to rethink that plan because he’s too young for such a big commitment — especially in a fast paced industry. “Because your whole 20s is about discovering who you really are and you owe that to yourself, particularly because you are in the business that you’re in, and it’s not a lot of self-discovery time because so much is already defined for you,” she told him in the interview. Justin said he’ll think about it.

Subliminal advertising — Oprah managed to work in her some of her unofficial favourite things (score) by taking Justin shopping and sharing some gift-giving tips.

Watch Lindsay Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor if you like:

Fledging stars making a comeback — Lohan is getting her share of bad reviews but if she pulls of Taylor’s charismatic yet mysterious allure it’ll be the comeback story of the year. Unfortunately, I don’t think it will happen but it’s always fun to hope, right? And she’s not in jail, so that’s a start. Producer Larry A. Thompson told Hollywood Reporter: “We had to get through quite a bit, and making a movie with Lindsay Lohan is not for the faint of heart. During production I certainly turned 50 shades of white, but we got it in the can and I think it’s good.”


Campy films — Lifetime movies are occasionally cheesy (of the Hallmark variety) so while Liz & Dick may not be an Oscar contender it might live up to your expectations as a campy black comedy. Lohan is only 26 and despite her best efforts it’s almost funny to watch her as a 50-year-old Liz. And sometimes offensively bad movies are really, really good.

Old Hollywood glamour — If you’re obsessed with black and white movies and the legend that is “One Shot Liz” this film might provide a few historical insights into her film career. Exaggerated insights, but insights nonetheless.

Timeless love affairs — The biopic chronicles the tempestuous love affair between Taylor and Richard Burton. Burton and Taylor met on the 1961 set of Cleopatra. Her behaviour was so scandalous that the relationship was denounced by the Pope — at the time she was married to Eddie Fisher (Carrie Fisher’s father) and Dick to Sybil Williams.

Watch the trailer here

Which one will you watch?

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4 Responses to “Conundrum: Should you watch Bieber on Own or Lohan as Liz on Sunday?”

  1. Vanessa Bieber says:

    I love Bieber!!
    You’re amazing and my bigger example. My KIDRAUHL

  2. Bieber Lohan’s a criminal.

  3. Random Person says:


  4. bieber's biggest fan says:

    who wants to watch lohan not me im watching bieber

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