Soon he is in a hotel room with the Trump impersonator as bikini-clad pageant contestants (complete with their sashes) file in. The scenes in the music video appear to be a nod to some of the salacious but unproven claims about Trump's activities while in Moscow.
The Trump-Russia scandal just took another freaky turn - this time in the form of a head-scratching music video created by the aspiring Russian pop star who helped arrange the infamous Trump Tower meeting involving Donald Trump Jr. and several Russians.
The music video for his song, "Got Me Good", features the lookalikes of almost all the key figures making the headlines in Washington - including members of the Trump family, Hillary Clinton, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, adult film star Stormy Daniels and even North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Halfway through the video, he lies down as Russian models jump on a hotel bed, with Trump eyeing them in what appears to be a veiled reference to the speculated "golden showers" tape.
This isn't the first time Trump has made an appearance in one of Emin's - the artist goes by his first name - music videos.
Later in the video, Agalarov pays off Daniels in an elevator, gets a hug from Trump, takes a shot with Clinton and transfers a secret envelope from Zuckerberg to Clinton as the whole group parties together.
Emin and actors playing Trump, Stormy Daniels, and Zuckerberg pose for a selfie.
While the song appears to be a fairly routine pop number, the images in the video can only be construed, as NPR said, as a massive trolling effort by Agalarov directed at the Russian Federation investigation, with a nod to Trump's Stormy Daniels scandal thrown in as well. The action then abruptly cuts to the figure watching the monitors - the actor playing Kim, who munches on popcorn and laughs maniacally.
The video shows Trump being erased out of some footage, with the hacker ultimately revealed to be North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Michael Isikoff picked up on it: "I wish you told me the truth", Emin Agalarov sings to a Donald Trump impersonator in this freakish new video".
Agalarov and his father Aras Agalarov, a Russian billionaire developer, partnered with Donald Trump to bring the Miss Universe pageant to Moscow in 2013.