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Justin Bieber to host "Punk'd"; Bob Dylan returns to D.C.; Roger Waters concert to be affected by Metro construction

bieberGet ready to be Bieb'd. (AP)

By David Malitz

- Was Justin Bieber even out of diapers when Ashton Kutcher making lives temporarily miserable for celebrities on "Punk'd"? In any case, the teen star is all but certain to be the new host on MTV's revived version of the prank show. I think we can all agree that "Bieb'd" would be a great name.

- Bob Dylan's neverending tour has brought him to the area annually over the past decade but it's been a while since he's played in the District proper. (If memory serves correct that would be 2004 when he played consecutive nights at 9:30 Club, Bender Arena and Warner Theatre.) But there's no need to drive to a minor league baseball park in Maryland this time. On Nov. 13 he'll roll into the Smith Center on the campus of George Washington University; tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.

- If you're going to see Roger Waters perform his Pink Floyd classic rock epic "The Wall" at Verizon Center on Sunday, be ready to add some extra time to your Metro trip. McPherson Square and Farragut West stations on the Orange and Blue line will be closed, so take that into consideration.

By David Malitz  | October 6, 2010; 9:42 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Bob Dylan, Justin Bieber, Roger Waters  
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