Taylor Lautner Attacks Kanye On SNL

March 13, 2012 by staff 

Taylor Lautner Attacks Kanye On SNL, on Saturday Night Live Taylor Swift attacked Kanye West poking fun at their now infamous encounter at this years MTV Video Awards.
Last night on Saturday Night Live during host Taylor Swift’s opening monologue she sang a song called monologue song where she sang about everything she did not want to talk about in her monologue which included obviously her now infamous interruption of Kanye West during her award acceptance speech at the MTV Awards as well as her ex-boyfriend Joe Jonas and her current boyfriend Taylor Lautner of Twilight fame.
Swift even goes on with the song having two security guards who look like secret service appear on stage next to her one holding a police sketch of Kanye West.
She then says, “We have got a great show Kanye West is not here.”
Despite whether one feels how wrong it was for Kanye to randomly jump on stage and steal Swift’s moment that night, one must also realize in many ways Swift should be thanking Kanye for doing what he does best and letting his ego get the best of him.
It seems everyone benefited greatly from Kanye West’s outbursts that night. MTV had the highest ratings its ever had for an award show in years, Beyonce the other diva involved with the outburst appeared to be a great person as she graciously allowed Taylor to come back on stage and redo her own acceptance speech, and yes of course Taylor Swift benefited the most for everyone in the world knew who she was because of Kanye West.
Ever since that night Swift’s career skyrocketed like no other. Many who did not even know she existed became a big fan of her music. Do you really think she would be hosting Saturday Night Live that night had Kanye West never blasted her that night? So by ruining her MTV Award speech he was really saying to her just like in his hit song: “Welcome to the good life.”

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