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Billie Eilish Joins Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig & Maya Rudolph in ‘Tampon Farm’ Sketch on ‘SNL’

A Barbie song, a Christmas classic, a scene co-starring cats and a dreamy ode to a tampon farm: This was Biliie Eilish‘s Saturday night.

This weekend’s Saturday Night Live musical guest performed “What Was I Made For?” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and lent her comedic side to former and current cast members, joining them for two sketches on the Saturday (Dec. 16) episode.

One was the “Whiskers R We” bit, in which Eilish and host Kate McKinnon ran a “Holiday Cat-tacular” adoption campaign with a twist.

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The other was the night’s “Tampon Farm” sketch. As SNL describes it: “A group of crunchy women (Kate McKinnon, Billie Eilish, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Paula Pell) sing a song about working on a tampon farm.”

“Tampon farm,” sings a guitar-playing, Americana McKinnon. “The women making cotton, cotton for the tampons, tampons for the blood/ Tampon farm, women with guitars are singing to the tampons/ Tampon farm.”

Wearing a bandana, plaid shirt and overalls, Eilish makes an appearance, smiling as she holds a barrel of the beloved tampons and shakes more tampons out of a tree. “The hands load the fibers,” she sings.

Watch “Tampon Farm” below.

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