It was probably only a matter of time before someone autotuned Justin Trudeau's leadership speech — and who better to take on the task than "This Hour Has 22 Minutes."

On Tuesday night's show, Trudeau extols Canada to "get down, get down, get down" in a hilarious musical number.

William Shatner will also feature on the program, lending Trudeau some public speaking tips.

This isn't the first time Trudeau has featured in an autotune parody. After his boxing victory earlier this year, Liberal MP Rodger Cuzner recited a poem in the House of Commons on the fight which was soon put to music on YouTube. Trudeau even tweeted his approval of the video.


Justin Trudeau, MP
Ok, this is hilarious! rocks the auto-tune:

No word yet on whether the "22 Minutes" video will get the Trudeau seal of approval too.

This Hour Has 22 Minutes airs on CBC TV Tuesday nights at 8:30 p.m. Catch more clips of the show on Facebook and Twitter.

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  • "What's up!?" <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • He looks sexy in that uniform, but <em>what is with that moustache</em>!? <em>Credit: CBC</em>

  • Nice sweater. However, we'd like to call attention to Trudeau's blue shirt. <em>Credit: Althia Raj, The Huffington Post Canada</em>

  • "I like to box!" <em>Credit: CBC</em>

  • One of the weirdest publicity stunts ever to be performed on Parliament Hill. Even Trudeau finds it funny. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Seriously!? <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Blue shirt appearance number two. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • We're not going to knock a guy on his wedding day. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Keeping it classy by performing a striptease. See the full video <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2011/11/18/justin-trudeau-striptease_n_1101153.html" target="_hplink">here</a>. <em>Credit: Althia Raj, The Huffington Post Canada</em>

  • Trudeau was not having a good hair day in this picture. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • *Dreamy!* <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Pairing fall's two "it" colours (black and white) together. Smart sartorial decision one. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Okay... <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • No! Just. No. <em>Credit: Althia Raj, The Huffington Post Canada</em>

  • Blue shirt appearance number three. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Seriously. This moustache is killing us to look at. (Also, blue shirt appearance number four.) <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Cheese. <em>Credit: Media Ball</em>

  • It is <em>not</em> okay for an MP or a Senator to wear this. Ever. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • The weigh-in. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • A possible future Prime Minister, folks. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Trudeau celebrates! <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Again with the bad hair day! <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • There are no words. The hair. The moustache. The poorly tied tie. Why, Justin? Why!? <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Blue shirt appearance number five. You bored yet? <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Adorbs! <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Blue shirt appearance number six. We're starting to wonder if this is the only shade he has in his wardrobe. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Holy flying fur! <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Really? And you may run to be Canada's next Prime Minister? <em>Credit: Media Handout</em>

  • This is the Justin Trudeau hair we like. <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Yay! Blue shirt appearance number seven. (That cowboy hat is appropriate, and a sartorially smart decision for the Stampede. Well done.) <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • Keeping it casual. Though, Justin, we suggest you get someone to tailor your jeans (they're far too big). <em>Credit: CP</em>

  • And, for the grand finale: blue shirt appearance number eight. You're welcome. <em>Credit: CP</em>


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