Jacinda Ardern and Winston Peters will each show off their art skills with drawings they've done for the 7 Days Election Special on Thursday night.
The Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister are taking part in the regular segment 'My Kid Could Draw That', which has been re-worked to become 'My MP Could Draw That' for this week's politically-themed episode.
The game sees a team of comedians try and guess which news story from the past week a picture - usually drawn by a primary school student - is referring to.
A sneak peek at the Labour and NZ First leaders' works of art has proven "very revealing," according to 7 Days host Jeremy Corbett.
"Has Jacinda drawn a house to bolster Labour’s building credentials?" Corbett commented on a snap of Ardern midway through her masterpiece, which at the time the photograph was taken depicted a two-story house and a sunny sky.
"What is the lollipop she's drawing? Will it be a person? Or is it a stop sign, suggesting, contrary to Labour's slogan, she just wants to STOP moving and have a cup of tea?"
Meanwhile, Corbett had a slew of questions about Peters' confusing drawing, which appeared to show an unspecified farm animal emblazoned with hard-to-make-out series of letters.
"Winston loves the horses," Corbett said of Peters' picture. "That appears to have affected his drawing of a cow. And what are the codes? CC7? P's?
"The biggest question is what was wrong with the drawing he appears to have done on the other side of the paper?"
Ardern and Peters aren't the only politicians taking part in the election special. National Party leader Judith Collins will be appearing in front of the live studio audience for a game of 'Yes Minister', in which she must avoid saying 'yes' or 'no' when fielding questions from the panel of comedians.
Meanwhile, Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick and National MP Chris Bishop will bravely join the panel, alongside Dai Henwood, Paul Ego, Urzila Carson, Hayley Sproull, Ben Hurley and Jeremy Elwood for the first part of the show.
Corbett said he felt "honoured" to have so many major players in the upcoming election featured on the show.
"I love this country. Which other would have the main party leaders and two other MPs appear on a show that routinely pillories them?"
Calling Thursday's episode the "election special people who don't like elections should watch," Corbett maintained that the show could help undecided voters get off the fence.
"I definitely warm to someone who can laugh at themselves. I think many Kiwis are the same and taking a joke can really sway someone to support you," he said.
The 7 Days Election Special airs on Thursday at 8.30pm on Three.