Rod Blagojevich makes guest appearance at "Rod Blagojevich Superstar"

Often the butt of jokes these days, former Gov.

Rod Blagojevich got to crack a few Saturday night when he made a guest appearance in the Second City's "Rod Blagojevich Superstar" at Navy Pier.

It was the first time Blagojevich had seen the hit musical, which gleefully skewers him as a hair-obsessed, power-hungry narcissist.

His take on the show?

"I thought it was all bull----," Blagojevich laughingly told the sold-out crowd after the performance at Navy Pier's Chicago Shakespeare Theater.

Ousted Gov. Rod Blagojevich doesn't seem to mind being the butt of a theatrical joke.

Blagojevich got in on the joke Saturday evening, appearing as himself in a comedy show that lampoons the rise and fall of his own political career.

He opened The Second City's "Rod Blagojevich Superstar," a parody of the rock opera "Jesus Christ Superstar," standing on a chair with his arms raised as if he were being crucified.