During a splashy performance featuring a medley of his greatest hits, the R&B singer inadvertently gave people on Twitter fodder for the best meme of the night.
Brendan Smialowski, a photojournalist for Agence France-Press, said that he didn't like the photo's composition — but he was envious of the senator's mittens.
It's the expression that launched a thousand memes.
Not winning just got even worse, because 2020.
"What part of Donald Trump's past would Jesus be more proud of?" tweeted one wit. Lust, pride, greed, envy or wrath?
'A mix of bewilderment, regret and increasing amounts of schadenfreude.'
It really didn't go down well.
"Memes are part of the new language of political campaigning."
The post was riddled with factual errors and grammar mistakes.
Dad jokes, dank memes and dogs.