Let’s just say it is time to restock the SNL talent pool.
After the real Brad Paisley and LL Cool J made the rounds of talk shows all last week, speaking about their new collaborative song “Accidental Racist,” it figures that Saturday Night Live would get in on the action, too.
Get ready to have a “Wonderful Christmastime.”
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