The Teen Choice Awards got into the presidential spirit during Sunday night's show.
2016's hosts, John Cena and Victoria Justice, channeled their inner presidential candidates -- and did a little gender reversal -- during one of the night’s many spoofs and skits.
Before this year's candidates (or the celebrity versions of them) took the stage, Keegan-Michael Key took the microphone and gave his best President Obama impression in order to announce the two potential presidents.
He welcomed Hillary Clinton, aka Cena, who wore a pink pantsuit, and Donald Trump, portrayed by Justice, wearing a navy suit and red tie, to join him and talk politics.
"Nice pantsuit, it's huge," Justice said while doing her best Trump. "Nice head badger -- it's ridiculous," Cena, as Clinton, jokingly replied.
"You have to pick one of these major candidates. There's no write-ins, guys," Key explained about the rules. "I don't want to see any of your Biebers, or your Swifts, or your Pokemons."
Ultimately, Clinton won the fan-voted competition, causing Cena to breakout in an on-stage celebration. Only time will tell if the Teen Choice called the real-life election this November!
For highlights of last year's Teen Choice Awards show, check out Sarah Hyland's stage spill in the video below.