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Saturday Night Live Pokes Fun Of Sarah McLachlan's ASPCA Ads

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Oh Saturday Night Live, how you make me laugh so!

On the most recent episode of SNL, “Sarah McLachlan” stopped by Weekend Update to talk about her upcoming Lilith Fair tour. In the clip, anchor Seth Meyers begs McLachlan not to bring up the dogs from “those creepy ASPCA commercials,” but “Sarah” can’t resist!

As she begins to sing, Meyers shouts, “I hate these commercials! I for real broke my hand last year trying to get to the remote to change the channel during this commercial.” It’s pretty hysterical!

Check out the clip below and tell us what you think about the Sarah McLachlan impression!

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