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Gigi Hadid is making the American Music Awards great again.
The 21-year-old model hosted the 44th annual star-studded show in Los Angeles on Sunday, pulling out all the stops with her jokes, which included a few digs at president-elect Donald Trump and his wife, Melania.
In an attempt to impress her co-host, impression master Jay Pharoah, Hadid kicked off the show with her best Melania impression, poking fun at the future first lady's Republican National Convention speech, in which she was accused of plagiarizing the words Michelle Obama said onstage at the 2008 Democratic National Convention.
"This is my Melania Trump impression. I gotta get the face right," Hadid joked.
"I love my husband, President Barack Obama," she continued, pursing her lips and speaking in a fake Slovenian accent. "And our children, Sasha and Malia."
Pharoah, who impersonated the Donald following Bruno Mars' "24k Magic" performance, gave Hadid a raving review, exclaiming, "That's spot-on!"
Of course, that wasn't the only funny moment from Hadid that had viewers talking. Here are our other favorite snarky moments from the California native!
1. When she reignited the beef between Drake and Meek Mill.
During the opening monologue, the blond beauty had no trouble bringing up the rappers' ongoing famous feud, which you read all about HERE.
"Drake has had an unbelievable year, in fact his year, he earned more nominations than anyone in the history of the American Music Awards, with 13 AMA nominations," Hadid began. "So that means between he and Meek Mill, that's 13 AMA nominations!"
2. When she conveniently avoided Sara and Erin Foster.
The Barely Famous stars, who are the daughters of David Foster -- the ex-husband of Hadid's mother, Yolanda -- took the stage to introduce Niall Horan before he belted out a powerful performance of "This Town."
Family over everything! Hadid also appeared to be in hiding when the singer took the stage to perform "Starboy."
The Weeknd called it quits with Hadid's younger sister, Bella, earlier this month after dating for over a year and a half. At the time, a source told ET that the two couldn't make it work with their busy schedules, but that they would remain friends as there is still "a great deal of love" between them.
All jokes aside, Hadid seemed to be in great spirits as she witnessed her boyfriend, Zayn Malik, win the New Artist of the Year Un-leashed by T-Mobile award, his first solo win since leaving One Direction in March 2015 to pursue his solo career. Backstage, Hadid congratulated her beau with a sweet smooch.
ET caught up with Malik's former bandmate, Horan, on the red carpet prior to the show, where he revealed he was pretty stoked about reuniting with his pal.