Taylor Swift rocked the musical stage on “Saturday Night Live” with her extended 10-minute performance of “All Too Well”, and also joined cast member Pete Davidson in a hilarious sketch mocking three of the show’s writers.

In the sketch, John Higgins, Ben Marshall and Martin Herlihy — known collectively as Please Don’t Destroy, creators of short videos for the show — are approached by Davidson to do a parody rap video.

As Davidson raps, the three come to realize the rap is all about them, or as Davidson describes them, “three sad virgins.”

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Toward the end of the song, Swift joins the fun to add a musical bridge featuring some extra insults, calling one of the comedians “sad Ron Weasley” who looks like a “Big Bird who lost all his feathers,” while another has “the sex appeal of a scarecrow.”

She concludes the song by singing, “Because they’re three sad virgins, what / Three sad virgins, whoa. And they’re going to die alone.”

“Saturday Night Live” airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET, 8:30 p.m. PT on Global.