Somehow, celebrities — and the people who resemble them — managed to walk and talk their way down the gray carpet toward Rob Lowe’s impending evisceration. Who says there’s no more magic in Hollywood?
Roast Battle’s own Brian Moses brought the stars and the studs to the red carpet stage to chat with them about the big event.
Roastmaster extraordinaire Jeff Ross, who regularly roasts in character, graced the carpet dressed as the late, great Prince. He was even flanked by lingerie-clad ladies wearing “JEFF” barrettes.
Not Safe, and hopefully not pulling any punches. Nikki Glaser arrived dressed to the nines and ready to insult a ten.
Sans RENO 911! roller skates, Nick Swardson showed up ready to do what the dais probably wished they could be doing: party, hang out and not get slammed for every single thing he’s ever done wrong.
Jewel lived up to her name and shone on the red carpet. Hopefully she’ll do the same on the stage and go hard to take down Rob and the rest of the dais.
Bringing their signature energy, antics and ability to keep things from getting too horrifyingly mean, the Wave wooed fans and pointed their butts in the direction of the dais’s most-maligned member…
Ann Coulter. The carpet wasn’t red, but she showed up to make it that way. The conservative pundit stopped to chat with Brian, who assured her that the show would be fun and not too mean. Oh, Ann. Good luck.