What Is Your Favorite Taylor Swift 'SNL' Moment Ever? Vote!

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Taylor Swift performs on Saturday Night Live on Oct. 5, 2019.

Taylor Swift returned to the Saturday Night Live stage on Saturday for a fifth time, as she performed a stripped-down version of “Lover” and a jazzy rendition of “False God” from her Billboard 200 No. 1 album Lover.

But not all of Swift’s SNL moments are about her music. As Billboard previously recapped, the then-19-year-old singer hosted the late-night comedy sketch show in 2009 and even dabbled in singing “Tomorrow” from Annie during the “Save Broadway” sketch.

And when she wasn’t playing the beloved redheaded starlet, she took on the role of cousin Allison from the "Californians” sketch during SNL’s 40th anniversary special.

Her performances from her reputation and Lover records proved electrifying and earnest, but her monologue song from 2009 showed Swift always has jokes up her sleeve.

“I like writing songs about douchebags who cheat on me, but I’m not gonna say that in my monologue,” she recited in her sing-song opening routine. “I like writing their names into songs so they’re ashamed to go in public, but I’m not gonna say that in my monologue.”

So out of all the moments the pop star has accumulated, which one is your favorite? Vote below!


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