Country Music Stars on 'South Park' Through the Years

Season 20 Premieres Sept. 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Comedy Central

Comedy Central’s South Park launched on August 13, 1997, and will premiere its 20th season on Sept. 14. The series airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Yes, that means South Park is 20 years old.

Over the years, there have been hundreds of guest stars and characters made into the iconic cutout cartoons. We've pulled together a handful of country stars that have been impersonated, and one that surprisingly played himself.

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Taylor Swift. Her character was featured in the Season Eighteen episode, #HappyHolograms.

Brad Paisley. Fun fact: The singer actually played himself on the show. He appeared in the Season Sixteen episode, Cartman Finds Love, where he sings the national anthem before the L.A. Clippers and Denver Nuggets basketball game. He also performed I Swear in a duet with Eric Cartman.

Jimmy Buffett. He appeared in the episode, "Tonsil Trouble", in which he performed at Eric Cartman's AIDS benefit, singing AIDSburger in Paradise. He later appears in Eat, Pray, Queef and in "200", at Tom Cruise's house.

Kid Rock appeared in Up the Down Steroid, during Eric Cartman's research into how to appear mentally handicapped.

Alan Jackson. His character performed "A Ladder to Heaven", a song from Season Six episode, A Ladder to Heaven. While the boys are building the ladder to heaven, in an attempt to reach Kenny McCormick, they run out of building material. Eventually, Alan Jackson arrives to sing this song in support.

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