Pop star Labrinth accidentally wandered in front of the camera while BRIT Awards host James Corden was doing a live link for the viewers at home.
As the musician cut in front of him, the comedy presenter embarrassed him by saying:
"Really, Labrinth, I'm on the TV! Just because he didn't get booked to perform, he's got to get his face on there."
The 22-year-old producer, who topped the charts with hit rapper Tinie Tempah on the tracks Pass Out and Earthquake, grinned at the camera before being pulled back into his seat.
Labrinth, who has had four top 10 hits, is no stranger to BRIT Awards blunders. At last year's event he failed to make it on stage to accept the trophy for Best British Single, claiming he got held up on his way back from the toilet.
The singer was supposed to join fellow star Tinie Tempah but was nowhere to be seen when his name was called out live on camera.
Ahead of this year's ceremony, Labrinth exclusively told omg! he struggles with events like this, saying: "I'm not too hot on awards, I don't think they say whether you've worked hard or not.
"It's good to get recognised for what you've done and by your fans, but apart from that we all know we're working hard.
"The most important people are the ones who listen to your music. They control the industry and they don't even know it!"
But Labrinth wasn't as positive about the people he shares the charts with, telling us that artists like Beyonce baffled him. He said:
"I couldn't do a Beyonce and have three albums out at one time, I don't really enjoy that.
"If you're in every movie with five songs out at the same time you lose some of your X factor - it's almost a form of begging. An amazing artist doesn't need to do all that.
"Three songs and a solid album a year like Adele has done it is how you do it, and she's delivering it all so beautifully. She's not doing the sexy dancing on stage either, she doesn't need to."
And you don't need to wander on camera to get attention either, Labrinth!
Labrinth has teamed up with Wrigley's to offer an exclusive free one-off gig at Pulse, London. You can win free tickets at the UK 5 Facebook page.