The Teen Choice Awards got political Sunday night.
Co-hosts Victoria Justice and John Cena played their best roles yet as presidential nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, respectively.
"Nice pant suit. It's huge – huge," the part-Puerto Rican actress, dressed in a Trump signature navy suit, white shirt, red tie and a very blonde (and very coiffed) wig, told make-believe Clinton, who was donning a pink fit.
Keegan-Michael Key made his way into the scene to bring back his President Barack Obama impression, and he had some words for Justice's "Trump." "I thought you would be bigger," he jokes.
The funny folks played the political roles to introduce "Choice President," where the young guests participated in a first-ever Teen Choice Awards-Rock the Vote poll to make their adolescent voices heard.
Clinton, unsurprisingly, came out on top, but watch the video above to see why we think the Trump parody made the night.