New Zealand singer Lorde might not watch the Comedy Central show “South Park,” which commonly mocks celebrities and pop culture, but the teen was excited to “appear” on the show. The singer, whose real name is Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor, took to Twitter after the cartoon used her likeness for an episode.

Her response to the show was surprising to some, since “South Park” was insinuating she’s actually a 45-year-old geologist from Colorado. In fact, she approved of the episode so much, she even posted several clips of the show to her Instagram account.

“This is actually surprisingly cute -- and from what I can tell also has a message of transgender acceptance (i'm still very new with this type of humour so i'm not sure if was actually genuine but it seemed so to me),” she wrote.

“Well sh*t this is downright sweet,” Lorde posted in another video of the show. “Take that haters I got a south park episode.”

Even though Lorde was able to see the good, the show has mocked her for two weeks with a storyline about how Stan’s dad Randy Marsh is actually the Grammy-winner. Randy created the Lorde alter ego when he wanted to use the women’s bathroom, Pitchfork wrote. While he was in there, he recorded some auto-tuned songs.

“South Park” airs on Comedy Central Wednesdays at 10 p.m. EDT.

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