On 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' couch guest, actress Rashida Jones, and host Jimmy Fallon decided to celebrate Thanksgiving, the beginning of Hanukkah and Black Friday by taking popular hits and turning them into holiday parodies (Nov. 28). Country superstar Carrie Underwood, who is in New York for the home stretch of preparation for her turn as Maria in the production of 'The Sound of Music Live!' on Dec. 5, got in on the holiday fun with the duo.

Underwood offered her solo, football-themed send up of Miley Cyrus' cat-assisted, American Music Awards performance of her hit 'Wrecking Ball.' She then joined Jones and Fallon in the center of the stage for 'I Stuffed It,' which was their Thanksgiving take on Icona Pop's 'I Love It.' It was super funny.

The trio next poked fun at Robin Thicke's summer smash 'Blurred Lines,' transforming it into a Black Friday track. They also spoofed the Lumineers' hit 'Ho Hey,' which became a Santa Claus song, rightfully so! That one was almost too easy.

It was hilarious and Underwood was having a good time twisting pop hits into holiday parodies with her pals. She also looked holiday-ready in her sparkly silver skirt, too.