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Hillary Clinton and Bon Jovi Do Mannequin Challenge

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It's that time of year again, everyone! And no, I'm not talking about the election (that's obvious).

I'm referring to the time when a bizarre hashtag trend sweeps the internet, leaving us bewildered but compelled to give it a try.

Throughout the past few days, you might've noticed a wave of videos online showing groups of people frozen in place. It's called the #MannequinChallenge, and it's competitive AF.

But earlier today, the winners of the challenge became clear, so you can stop trying now.

Their names are Hillary Clinton and Jon Bon Jovi.

GIVE THEM A ROUND OF APPLAUSE.

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On Tuesday morning, Clinton shared a video of her campaign team partaking in the Mannequin Challenge on Twitter, and they nailed it.

The nominee and her companions stood still in dramatic poses aboard her campaign plane on Monday following a campaign event in Raleigh, according to CNN.

The main goal behind the video wasn't just to follow a funny internet trend, though. As stated in Clinton's Twitter post, she wants people to not stand still -- she wants them to go out and vote.

Don't stand still. Vote today.

Don't stand still. Vote today: https://t.co/jfd3CXLD1s #ElectionDay #MannequinChallenge pic.twitter.com/4KAv2zu0rd — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 8, 2016

As the cameraman scans the plane, you'll notice a few familiar faces frozen in place among the various campaign members standing still in the seats and aisles.

Bill Clinton is featured toward the end of the segment cracking a smile, as well as Clinton's aide Huma Abedin.

Shortly after, the camera pans onto Hillary Clinton, who stood still while gazing at Bon Jovi, who was frozen with his acoustic guitar in his arms.

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Moments later, everyone on the plane breaks their poses and bursts into laughter and applause.

Awesome work, everyone!

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Hopefully this "win" is just a prediction for tonight's election. Let's cross our fingers.

Take it from Hillary, though: Don't stand still. VOTE TODAY.

Citations: CNN