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July 31, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT

The Teen Choice Awards are getting into the election year spirit, with a little help from the ceremony’s hosts.

Keegan-Michael Key stepped on stage and, using a bit of his President Obama impression, announced that this year would be the first-ever Teen Choice presidential election. He then brought out the candidates: John Cena and Victoria Justice, dressed as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, respectively.

“Nice pantsuit, it’s huge,” Justice (as Trump) complimented her opponent. Cena (dressed as Clinton) replied, “Nice head-badger — it’s ridiculous.”

Teen Choice teamed up with Rock the Vote to let viewers cast votes of their own at vote.teenchoice.com or on Twitter with the hashtag #ChoicePresident.

But, Key added, there can’t be any surprise entries. “You have to pick one of these two major candidates. There’s no write-ins, guys. I don’t want to see any of your Biebers, or your Swifts, or your Pokémons.”

 

At the end of the show, Clinton was revealed as the winner. For the winners of the night’s surfboard trophies, head here.

This post has been updated.

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