Justin Bieber, Snooki, 50 Cent, Jillian Michaels Among Celebrities Set for CES
Bieber will help TOSY Robotics unveil an entertainment robot, while the "Jersey Shore" star and the rapper will promote audio accessories.
NEW YORK - Justin Bieber, 50 Cent, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Jillian Michaels and Elisha Dushku will be among the celebrities that will make appearances at the 2012 International CES that runs Jan. 10-13 in Las Vegas, the annual consumer technology trade show announced Thursday.
Bieber will help TOSY Robotics unveil an entertainment robot on Wednesday, while Snooki will appear to help promote Zeikos USA’s iHip new line of audio accessories.
Dushku will represent the second annual Entertainment Matter at CES program as the Entertainment Matters Ambassador, according to CES. The Entertainment Matters program is designed by and for the film, TV and digital communities.
Actors Greg Grunberg and Wayne Brady will join in-vehicle security and communications firm OnStar for the social media track of CES, known as the Tweet House sessions.
Fitness guru Michaels will demonstrate the coming-together of technology and fitness at the CES TechZone FitnessTech.
Meanwhile, rapper 50 Cent will sign autographs on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as he promotes his new audio firm SMS Audio and his new line of wireless headphones.
And NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman will come to CES to represent Paltalk, a service that allows users to explore the online world of chat sites with community chat rooms and webcam technology.
Last year, CES included celebrity appearances from the likes of Lady Gaga, Oliver Stone, Adrian Grenier and Olivia Wilde.