Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump’s Second Debate Was Dubbed Into a ‘Time of My Life’ Duet and We’ve Never Felt This Way Before

What a time to be alive! Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's ruthless, cringeworthy second presidential debate was turned into a musical duet — and it's masterful.

Hillary Clinton, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, and Donald Trump, 2016 Republican presidential nominee, speak during the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images

In a dubbed video first posted by Dutch Lucky TV, Clinton, 68, and Trump, 70, walk out to the stage in St. Louis, Missouri, at Washington University before battling it out. But instead of answering questions and trading jabs they begin to duet to Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes' 1987 hit, "(I've Had) The Time of My Life."

The beloved classic, of course, was the theme song for Dirty Dancing, which starred Jennifer Grey and the late Patrick Swayze. The Democratic and GOP presidential candidates didn't do a lift in the end, but they did appear (thanks to some magical editing) to sing together (that harmony!) before walking away from each other.

"This is everything!" one tweeter commented about the clip on Monday. A second added: "I needed this." During the actual debate, some viewers had joked that the pair appeared to be singing the Christmastime ditty "Baby, It's Cold Outside."

Clinton and Trump's real debate wasn't as soothing. The media mogul interrupted Clinton on several occasions, threatened to put her in jail if he became commander in chief and called her the devil. Trump also invited five women who alleged that Bill Clinton assaulted them in the past to sit in at the town hall event.

The former secretary of state and Trump's final debate will be held at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas on Wednesday, October 19.

Watch the hilarious video above!

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