In case the US election wasn't already a mess, a number of celebrities have decided to strip down to tell the American public how to vote.
In a new clip released by RepresentUs, who aim to end political corruption and extremism, features celebrities such as Amy Schumer, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Rock, Tiffany Haddish, Naomi Campbell and Borat came together for a public service announcement about voting.
While it sounds relatively normal, the thing that makes the video a little odd is the fact that they're naked while delivering their "important message" while reading out how to post a ballot, including "read the instructions".
RepresentUs has named the video, "These Naked Celebs Have an Important Message for Voters," with the caption reading, "Now that we have your attention... Here’s what you need to know if you are voting by mail this election."
The video – much like Gal Gadot's 'Imagine' video and the 'tone deaf' clip where white celebrities took responsibility for racism at the height of the Black Lives Matter movement earlier this year – has received a lot of negative feedback, with some viewers even claiming watching the video has made them want to vote for Donald Trump.
In the video, Mark Ruffalo says, "I know what you’re thinking, you’re thinking Ruffalo, put your clothes on."
Chelsea Handler adds, "I'm here to talk to you about voting."
"Read and follow the instructions that come with your ballot," Chris Rock tells viewers.
Frozen's Josh Gadd adds, "Mail your ballot as soon as you can... like now."
While you may have been confused as to why the celebs were naked, Amy Schumer explains, "There are two envelopes you have to stuff your envelope in, otherwise it’s called a naked ballot."
"This is a Trump ad to vote for him. It's pretty clever actually. This make the other side look bad. Yeah, it works," one viewer commented.
"Sure, I'll vote for Trump out of spite," another added.
"Wooooow celebrities seeking attention and telling us what to do. What a shocker," someone else wrote.
"Just a reminder: Nobody asked for this," one pointed out.
Another said, "2020 is weird," while someone else joked, "First came 'Imagine.' Then came 'I Take Responsibility.' And now, the 2020 trilogy of 'montage videos of irrelevant celebrities spouting nonsense' is complete."
Chris O'Dowd, who took part in Gal Gadot's 'Imagine' video, has opened up about the backlash, saying it was justified, even going so far as to say it was "creative diarrhoea".
Speaking on Grounded with Louis Theroux, Chris said his Bridesmaid's co-star Kristen Wiig convinced him to take part in the video.
"I’d do anything Kristen asks me to do, so of course, we just did it. It took five minutes, didn’t think about it. I presumed it was for kids. I know that Gal works for UNICEF, so I presumed it was a charity thing," he explained.
He added that the video came out as part of "that first wave of creative diarrhoea” once people were asked to stay home.
"It was just a bunch of people running around thinking that they had to do something when we really didn’t," he said.
"We just needed to chill out and take everything in," he added, "I think any backlash was justified."