Award-winning actresses Kerry Washington and Viola Davis had us rolling this weekend after being photoshopped and digitally styled after Cardi B and Kylie Jenner in the "WAP" music video.

Fans spent the weekend showering the video — which premiered Friday — with love. These sentiments came in the form of editing out Jenner and tweeting about their wishlists for remixes or expanded videos. 

One smart superfan, @harpybitxh, combined the biggest complaint about the video with the biggest demand for the video by superimposing Davis' face onto Jenner's. 

The How To Get Away With Murder actress immediately took notice. 

As always, the jokes were priceless. 

Davis shared another fan edit that went even further. In the clip, Davis' HTGAWM character, Annalise Keating, is drinking and dancing, seemingly to the tune of the sexual empowerment track.

Both Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B tweeted back at Davis about the initial photo.

Davis was far from the only leading lady to get the "WAP" fan treatment. Washington shared a photo on her Facebook page of a fan rendering of her as a member of the "WAP" house. 

Even Halle Berry, who starred in the film inspiration for the video — the 1997 classic B.A.P.S. — tweeted about the video.

Almost as quickly as the "WAP" video premiered, a viewer who felt the widespread disappointment of Jenner's appearance started a petition to have her removed from the video and was co-signed by nearly 70,000 people, as Blavity previously reported. Meanwhile, fans are already preparing themselves for the remix and a new video as the song shoots up the charts across the world.