Watch: ‘SNL’ Finds Cure for Accidentally Enjoying Taylor Swift

If you’ve found yourself humming “Shake it Off” against your will, “Saturday Night Live” may have a cure for you.

Saturday Night Live” took aim at the singer, who released her latest album “1989” this week, in a skit in last night’s episode called “Swiftamine.” In it, fake doctor David Doctor describing the medical effects being unable to get a Swift tune out of your head.

“Medically speaking, Taylor Swift onset vertigo occurs when one of her songs forces your brain to fight your ears,” says Doctor. “Your frontal lobe says, ‘Oof, Taylor Swift… she’s always wearing, like a 1950’s bathing suit.’ But your ears say, ‘Shut up. This is a perfect song.'”

Chris Rock hosted the latest episode, which brought in season-high ratings for the NBC show.

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