"Saturday Night Live" Spoofs Brad Pitt's Chanel Commercial

Taran Killam gives a spot on impression of Pitt in four parodies

By Brandi Fowler
|  Monday, Oct 22, 2012  |  Updated 9:29 AM CDT
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It was only a matter of time before "Saturday Night Live" took on Brad Pitt's Chanel commercial.

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The Brad Pitt Chanel commercial spoofs just keep rolling in.

Not long after the "Moneyball" star showed up in a black-and-white commercial for the luxury brand, speaking softly and looking pensively around an empty room, celebs like Conan O' Brien and Leif Garrett put their spin on the now infamous ad.

And it was only a matter of time before Saturday Night Live got in on the fun.

Take a peek at the second part of Brad Pitt's Chanel commercial.

In four separate parodies of the fashion house's commercial, "SNL" star Taran Killam gives a spot on impression of Pitt, even sporting a Pitt-esque thick beard and shaggy wig for the occasion.

"I'm sorry...is there really no script? Because I've been talking to myself for like two hours straight and I'm starting to sound insane," Killam said, imitating Pitt's cadence. "I'm sorry, is it just me or do I look super homeless? That's what you want? Okay, then. Rock and roll."

And that was just the beginning.

In the other three skits, Killam stands in the same room, hawking Taco Bell, promoting tattoo removal services and even pushing condoms for dogs.

"There's a yearning inside of all of us...that yearning never dies," Killam goes on in the third ad. Even if you're a dog. Franklin's Dog Condoms. He's your best friend. Why not be his? And let him keep his balls."

(E! and Saturday Night Live are a part of the NBCU family.)

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