The TCAs are being presented live from Los Angeles on Fox
The Teen Choice Awards are getting political.
During Sunday’s award show, hosts John Cena and Victoria Justice took on presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, respectively – with a little help from Keegan-Michael Key, who revived his excellent President Barack Obama impression.
“I thought you would be bigger,” Key quipped to Justice.
“Look at me, I’m huge,” responded the actress, outfitted in a navy suit, white shirt and red tie – and one very blonde, very coiffed wig.
Meanwhile, WWE superstar Cena – rocking a blowout and a power suit – couldn’t keep a straight face throughout the spoof.
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And that’s not the only way the show has incorporated politics this year: The Teen Choice Awards partnered with Rock the Vote for the first time to poll teens about their “Choice President.”
The partnership aims to gives teens the power to make their voices heard by voting for whom they think should be the next President of the United States.
Shortly before the end of the live broadcast on Fox, Key revealed the results of the youth poll, which deemed Clinton the winner.