Feb 20, 2012 12:00AM

Watch Various Celebrities Visit Blue Ivy Carter

Beyonce and Jay-Z welcome Bon Iver, Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift and Brangelina into their home.

Blue Ivy Carter has already appeared on the Billboard charts (not to mention this very website) and has now made her Saturday Night Live debut a respectable six weeks after being born. In the skit, Maya Rudolph and Jay Pharaoh play Beyonce and Jay-Z as they entertain a stream of famous well-wishers, including a cameo from Justin Timberlake portraying a just-in-from-wandering-barefoot-in-the-woods-of-Wisconsin Bon Iver. Justin Vernon/Real Bon Iver's response? He tweeted: "Maya Rudolph saying 'bon iver' is enough. I can die now!!!". Pharaoh's Jay-Z is particularly spot-on. Watch the skit below!

www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live

Alanna Bromley

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