Being a judge on shows like 'American Idol' or 'The Voice' can't be easy. And yet, internet sensation Rebecca Black, Jane's Addiction front man Perry Farrell and songstress Natalie Imbruglia think they could do better as they audition for 'U B Da Judge,' a fake show meant to find the next big reality TV celebrity judge.

In this sketch courtesy of the jokesters at Funny or Die, Farrell fails for heavily imitating Steven Tyler's nonsensical banter, Imbruglia's "vague parting wisdom to contestants" is too vague and Serj Tankian of System of a Down rejects the notion of judging altogether in a thoroughly NSFW way.

Black, who was heavily criticized for her mediocre viral hit 'Friday,' does better during the audition process and jumps to the next round. "I got judged enough last year. So, I think I know a thing or two about judgment," she said.

Singer Meat Loaf, likewise, manages several impressive dramatic chair turns and scores himself a golden subpoena, which allows him to move on in the competition.

Watch the hilarious spoof above, and see how many washed up, er, retired pop stars you can spot.

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