Saturday Night Live Parodies Taylor and Scotty

Michael Bublé’s fake duets album commercial mocks American Idol winner’s deep voice.

This is how you know you've arrived, when NBC's long-running comedy show Saturday Night Live takes a shot at you.

Canadian pop crooner Michael Bublé did a sketch with cast members to promote a fake Christmas duets album, and show writers targeted country singers Taylor Swift and Scotty McCreery along with Justin Bieber, Ke$ha and others.

Michael sings "I Saw Three Ships" with "Taylor," but the (actress playing the) country star never sings a word because she's so busy doing the "I can't believe I won!" face that fans have seen at the Grammys, Country Music Association Awards and other awards shows.

Bublé also sings "O Holy Night" with a western-shirt-wearing, jeans-clad actor portraying Scotty McCreery—and the actor exaggerates Scotty's trademark deep voice.

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