"President Obama is absolutely horrible. He didn't win a Razzie. I won a Razzie," dictated "Donald Trump" (as portrayed by comedian John Di Domenico) at the 36th Razzie Awards ceremony back on Feb. 27. "Trump" was on hand to announce the Razzie for Worst Actress of the year, and he was quick to remind the audience, "I'm a winner. I'm winning everywhere. I'm doing fantastic." Watch the hilarious video below.
Dakota Johnson ended up prevailing for "Fifty Shades of Grey," beating out four other worthy women for the title of Worst Actress: Katherine Heigl ("Home Sweet Hell"), Mila Kunis ("Jupiter Ascending"), Jennifer Lopez ("The Boy Next Door") and Gwyneth Paltrow ("Mortdecai").
As you may recall, Republican frontrunner Trump won the 1990 Razzie Award as Worst Supporting Actor for a cameo playing himself opposite Bo Derek in that year's Worst Picture winner "Ghosts Can't Do It." Trump was also nominated for Worst New Star that year, but he lost that to Sofia Coppolla's acting debut in "Godfather III."
Created by John Wilson in 1980, the Razzies are a satiric organization like Second City or "Saturday Night Live" that operate much like a comedy troupe. They turn their annual awards presentation into a ribald stage show full of savagely satirical sketches and comedy routines. To become a member and find out how to attend next year's ceremony, visit the official Razzies website.
The Razzies just posted video segments of key moments from last month's ceremony, which fans can now check out on the official Razzie Channel at YouTube. Start by watching the hilarious "Trump" impersonation below.
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