LOS ANGELES – “…Tomorrow the ACLU in North Carolina is arguing against the anti-transgender bathroom bill. And so that is something we are talking about in social media,” she told FOX411 at the Teen Choice Awards. “I was tweeting about that earlier today... Everyone should be voting this year and you should use social media to have your voice be heard.”
Cox wasn’t the only one who got political at the Teen Choice Awards. Hosts Victoria Justice and WWE star John Cena did impersonations of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, respectively. Keegan-Michael Key also brought his President Obama impersonation skills to the stage.
Cox raved about Justice at the show. The two worked together on “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” remake, coming to Fox on Oct. 20.
“I’m super psyched to be here. My girl Victoria Justice is co-hosting,” she said proudly. “It was amazing working with her. She is so talented and her work ethic is incredible. We got to do so many fun things together; we got to dance together, we got to roll around in bed together, and I got to terrorize her, and she was always a really good sport.”