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For Dana Carvey's fourth return trip to host Saturday Night Live, there were a couple old, familiar faces from Carvey's era — and Justin Bieber.

The 16-year-old pop singer brought his million-dollar smile and "angel's voice" to two sketches, turning both Carvey and Andy Samberg into obsessed fans.

In the digital short The Roomate, Minka Kelly and Leighton Meester were replaced with Bieber and his new bunkmate Decklin (played by Samberg as Ben Kingsley as Decklin). "Is this is going to be one of those things where our friendship starts off fine but then you get really possessive and crazy," Bieber asked. "Because I'm not really up for that":

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After turning his college roommate into a knife-wielding stalker, Bieber had similar effects on Church Lady. After condemning reality stars like the Kardashian sisters and Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi to their faces, Church Lady found herself surprisingly tempted by Bieber and "the voice that makes young girls' naughty parts tingle." Luckily, God intervened to save her from temptation and to protect the boy he called his "greatest creation":

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Carvey also reprised his most famous SNL sketch, "Wayne's World," with longtime cast mate Mike Myers. In the show's cold open, Wayne and Garth shared their Oscar picks for this year's ceremony and showed just how little they've grown up. The duo's top picks included Natalie Portman ("I could make a Mila out of her Kunis," Garth quipped) and, based on just the title, Winter's Bone:

For his monologue, Carvey welcomed another SNL veteran, Jon Lovitz, who starred on the sketch show alongside Carvey and returned to brag about how they were the best cast ever: