Tina Fey Wants to Write a Song About Taylor Swift's ‘Hell’ Comment

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Taylor is one of the most charitable celebs out there.

Taylor Swift can dish it, but she sure can't take it. However, Tina Fey might force her to take a dose of her own medicine -- she wants to write a revenge song in response to Taylor's comment that she and Amy Poehler belong in hell.

Swifty has made her love life a public affair by using her high-profile relationships to sell pop songs, and she seems to love slamming her ex-boyfriends for what she sees as bad behavior. However, she obviously can't handle being criticized herself.

At the Golden Globes, Tina and Amy made a joke about Taylor's love life when they warned her to stay away from Michael J. Fox's son. However, T-Swift's response to their quip wasn't so funny -- during her much-buzzed-about Vanity Fair interview she said, "You know, Katie Couric is one of my favorite people, because she said to me she had heard a quote that she loved, that said, 'There's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women.'" Well, at least hell will be a funny place with Tina and Amy there to keep everyone entertained, and if Taylor thinks funny jokes are hell-worthy, then her version of Hades will be the best comedy club ever.

Amy Poehler responded to Taylor's fiery remark by telling The Hollywood Reporter, "I am a feminist, and she is a young and talented girl. That being said, I do agree I am going to hell. But for other reasons. Mostly boring tax stuff." Meanwhile Tina Fey just couldn't believe that Taylor got so offended. She told "Entertainment Tonight," "I did not see that one coming. It was a joke, it was meant to be lighthearted."

And now Tina is ready to turn Taylor into an even bigger joke, erasing any of the sympathy Swifty won back when Kanye West interrupted her at the MTV VMAs -- she's planning on getting revenge on Taylor the same way Taylor gets revenge on her ex-boyfriends.

When Vulture suggested that it would be a good idea for Tina to write a tune about the "hell" comment, she enthusiastically replied, "Me, too, though! Me, too. I could do a song. I could do a whole song about it." So we can only pray that a future SNL episode features Amy as Taylor Swift and Tina as Harry Styles. The comediennes might also consider putting Taylor in hell for an SNL sketch -- perhaps Swifty will have to atone for her sins by singing positive things about all her ex-boyfriends. Or maybe Tina, Amy, and the rest of the SNL cast could dress up like all of her exes and bombard her with revenge songs.

So do you think that Tina and Amy should roast Swifty with a song and a sketch on SNL? Or has the singer suffered enough?

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