Country stars Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley mocked Obamacare during their opening act at the 2013 Country Music Awards on Wednesday night.

It began with Paisley faking an injury, saying he had "twerked" his back and needed to see a doctor. As Underwood tried to sign him up for Obamacare on her laptop, the country star joked about the glitch-filled website, saying, "Why is it spinning? Why is it smoking?"

The audience cheered and applauded at the first mention of the health care act as Underwood gushed, "Oh it's great. I started signing up last Thursday, and I'm almost done!"

The hosts then began a parody of George Strait's Amarillo by Morning, singing instead, "Obamacare by Morning." They poked fun at the various bugs the website has had since its Oct. 1 launch, in particular the slow pace many users have reported as the website loads pages.

"I'm gonna wind up with hemorrhoids if I sit here 'til dawn," the duo sang. "We'll have cataracts and dementia."

They ended with, "Obamacare by morning, over six people served."

Their last line referenced to notes written by the Republicans on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee showing that only six people were able to sign up on the first day that the was available, according to NBC NewsThe government promised that the website will work proplerly by the end of November.

Some viewers saw the humor in Underwood and Paisley's bit on stage, while others said it did not end soon enough.