Taylor Swift Jokes About Taylor Lautner, Kanye West in SNL Monologue

Taylor Swift didn't leave anyone out of her monologue when she hosted last night's Saturday Night Live!

Although most hosts perform monologues written by the show's team of writers, the 19-year-old country crooner — in a Badgley Mischka dress — wrote her intro herself, Swift's rep confirms to Usmagazine.com.

The singer dished on ex-boyfriends, rumored flames and — of course — Kanye West in an opening monologue  song titled, "Monologue Song (La La La)."

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After mentioning how she loves baking and things that smell like winter, she also sang that she liked writing songs "about douchebags who cheat on me … so they're ashamed to go in public" when she mentions their names.

One name in particular?

Joe Jonas, her ex-boyfriend, whom she has claimed dumped her in a 27-second phone call.

"You might think I'd bring up Joe, that guy who broke up with me on my phone, but I'm not going to mention him," she sings. "Hey Joe, I'm doing real well. Tonight I'm hosting SNL, but I'm not going to brag about that."

Another shout-out was to rumored beau, New Moon's Taylor Lautner.

"And if you're wondering if I might be dating a werewolf from Twilight," she sings before looking into the camera and mouthing, "Hi, Taylor." She then blew a kiss and winked.

As she did in promos the week of her SNL hosting gig, she took a shot at West, who ambushed her onstage during the MTV Video Music Awards this fall.

"You might be expecting me to say something bad about Kanye," she says, looking sad. "But everything's okay. I've got security lining the stage!"

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