Punk-pop icons Green Day famously tore into President George W. Bush and Republicans just before the 2004 election with songs from their aptly titled album "American Idiot."
A decade and change later, lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong & Co. haven't altered their politics one iota — and are still more than happy to let the whole world know.
On the heels of billionaire businessman Donald Trump's election to the Oval Office, Green Day spat at the turn of events with much the same venom Sunday night during the band's performance of "Bang Bang" on the American Music Awards.
"No Trump! No KKK! No fascist USA!" went the fist-pumping refrain:
But Green Day wasn't alone among luminaries who showed disdain for all things Trump.
Model Gigi Hadid and actor-comedian Jay Pharoah, the AMA co-hosts, tore into the president-elect as well as Melania Trump, America's future first lady, with brutal impressions.
Hadid, telling the crowd it was her first attempt at an impression, mocked Melania apparently over claims she plagiarized Michelle Obama with her Republican National Convention speech.
"I gotta do the face right," Hadid said before pursing her lips and saying in a heavily accented voice, "I love my husband, President Barack Obama and our children, Sasha and Malia."
Pharoah yelled that it was a "spot on!" impression, but some angry viewers complained that Hadid was guilty of racism:
Last night people saw the true colors of the dumb liberals for mocking an immigrant´s accent - pure racism by @GiGiHadid... miserable girl— Sara (@Sara)1479731105.0
As she should how would she feel if someone mocked her mother @YolandaHFoster? Gain some class @GiGiHadid what you… https://t.co/I3PFr28xkh— Prem 🙏🏻💕 (@Prem 🙏🏻💕)1479742223.0
@Maybelline @GiGiHadid They complain about racism but they are the ones embracing it.... Disrespectful I'm done buying @Maybelline— j0hanna (@j0hanna)1479739099.0
Pharoah, imitating Trump, joked that he loves singer-songwriter Bruno Mars and that "I don't know what color he is, so I can't deport him." Pharoah's Trump also claimed he was the reason behind Mars' hit song "Uptown Funk."
"I love 'Uptown Funk.' It was all totally about me. It was originally called 'Uptown Trump,'" Pharaoh quipped. "I'm gonna funk this country up bigly."
And while politically outspoken "Sports Illustrated" swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen didn't name the president-elect directly, you pretty much knew who was on her mind as she jabbed at a "f***ed up election for all of us," Billboard reported, while introducing musician husband John Legend.
Teigen's expletive was deleted in time for the broadcast, not that it mattered:
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) November 21, 2016
(H/T: Todd Starnes)