Celebs vs Trump
With the US presidential election around the corner, Hollywood celebrities are working hard to make their voices heard -- and that includes having a field day with their anti-Donald Trump videos.
Here are three of our top picks...
SNL TAKES ON THE TRUMP TAPE
Alec Baldwin got rave reviews for his portrayal of Mr Trump on episodes of Saturday Night Live, and for good reason. Baldwin nailed his impression of Trump in the NBC sketch comedy show, which saw Kate McKinnon play Mrs Clinton.
In this episode, released a day after a 2005 recording of Mr Trump making lewd comments about women surfaced, Cecily Strongplays CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin, who questions Baldwin's Trump.
As Mr Trump, Baldwin jokes that the damning conversation took place 11 years ago, "back when I was a young, childish 59-year-old man".
While many Americans were amused, Mr Trump criticised Baldwin's performance on Twitter, calling for an end to the show.
"Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me. Time to retire the boring and unfunny show. Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks. Media rigging election!" he wrote.
IMPORTANT (SAVE THE DAY. VOTE)
The Avengers director Joss Whedon assembled a "tonne of famous people" for his public service announcement urging Americans to vote in the election.
Stars such as Robert Downey Jr, Mark Ruffalo, James Franco, Julianne Moore and Neil Patrick Harrislent their support to this tongue-in-cheek video.
Although Mr Trump is not named, actor Don Cheadledescribes him as a "racist abusive coward who could permanently damage the fabric of our society".
The stars also joke about getting Ruffalo to do a nude scene in his next movie to encourage viewers to vote.
WILL.I.AM FEAT APL.DE.AP AND LIANE V - GRAB'M BY THE P****Y
Using Mr Trump's infamous sexist line about women as the title for this parody song, The Black Eyed Peas member will.i.am dons a blond wig in the most unconvincing Trump impersonation ever.
Despite the lack of physical resemblance to Mr Trump, will.i.am roasts the Republican presidential candidate in this catchy tune.
"Got the KKK supporting me/ And the black community," says will.i.am as Mr Trump.
He also mocks Mr Trump's inability to answer questions about the Syrian crisis and war in Afghanistan.
The video concludes with will.i.am appearing as himself, asking viewers to vote for Mrs Clinton.
"Donald Trump does not look like the President of the United States of America, nor should he be," he says.
"If this was a TV show, maybe I would watch it, it would be pretty funny... This is real life with real life problems."