With an explosive social media account and iconic fashion moments, runway model and cover girl Gigi Hadid is no stranger to the limelight.
While hosting the awards show Sunday night alongside co-host Jay Pharoah—who’s best known for his impressions as a cast member on SNL—Hadid very publicly attempted her first political impression.
She targeted the nation’s soon-to-be First Lady, Melania Trump…and then Twitter targeted her.
In a strained Slovene accent, Hadid mocked Melania’s intellect:
“I love my husband, President Barack Obama, and our children, Sasha and Malia.”
And like a supportive co-host, Pharoah applauded her:
“That’s spot on! That was spot on!”
But a lot of people took to Twitter and called out the star for having a double standard:
— Lauren James (@LaurenJlovalova) November 21, 2016
— Tina BW (@tinabeenaw) November 21, 2016
— NAA-NAA!WE WON!ULost (@CarolynGambon) November 21, 2016
Some commented on Hadid’s “privilege”:
— Paulie Abeles (@PaulieAbeles) November 21, 2016
And one person was left simply confused:
i don't know what makes me more uncomfortable Gigi Hadid's impression of Melania Trump or Melania Trump herself… #AMAs
— SΞAN (@Seanlofficial) November 21, 2016
This person even tried to predict the future:
However, some really appreciated the humor in Hadid’s act:
And just laughed at what Hadid meant to be funny:
But whether critical or supportive, most people agreed that Hadid should “stick to modeling”:
As much as I dislike Melania Trump I have to admit @GiGiHadid's impression was awful. Impressions require talent. Stick to modeling.
— Amra (@Amra_88) November 21, 2016