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Taylor Swift Mocks Kanye, Joe Jonas, 'Twilight' on 'Saturday Night Live' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Nov 8th 2009 5:46PM

Taylor SwiftI heard that Taylor Swift was nervous about hosting 'Saturday Night Live,' but you'd never know it in her opening segment. In fact, she Taylorized the monologue by turning it into a song about all those nasty tabloid headlines about her.

The dreamy songstress managed to make all that stuff sound, well, dreamy in her 'Monologue Song (La La La),' covering "douchebags who cheat on me," "Joe, that guy who broke up with me on the phone," and "that werewolf from 'Twilight'." She even took a little jab at Kanye.

Taylor SwiftI heard that Taylor Swift was nervous about hosting 'Saturday Night Live,' but you'd never know it in her opening segment. In fact, she Taylorized the monologue by turning it into a song about all those nasty tabloid headlines about her.

The dreamy songstress managed to make all that stuff sound, well, dreamy in her 'Monologue Song (La La La),' covering "douchebags who cheat on me," "Joe, that guy who broke up with me on the phone," and "that werewolf from 'Twilight'." She even took a little jab at Kanye.



Swift later turned the tables and mocked another tabloid star, Kate Gosselin with the ladies of 'The View.' She talked about how she practices "emphatically talking in front of a mirror" and having the patience of a mom "when the paparazzi say they're going to be some place at 10 and they don't show up until 11." We even got a glimpse into how she got that infamous hairstyle. Oh, and Nicolas Cage showed up to talk about his problems, too.



I laughed my ass off at the 'SNL' version of 'The Twilight Saga: New Moon.' With buzz building to the deafening sound of a million bumblebees as the Nov. 20 release date approaches, the SNL crew did their magic with a digital short titled 'Firelight.' Major props to Swift for her spot-on Kristen Stewart impersonation, including the annoying lip-biting:



The "Scared Straight" sketch didn't do much for me in terms of laughing my ass off, but I got a kick out of Swift trying to be a badass. She'd be a good candidate for the "hire a jerk to do your dirty work" camp. Oh wait, she's got publicists and agents for that.



In "Hollywood Dish," Swift got some digs in at the many Ken-and-Barbie interviewers she's sat down with during her short career. Not particularly funny, but I can appreciate the sentiment.

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