We know that Olly Murs is not a television presenter by trade, but we can't help but squirm after watching last night's X Factor fiasco.
First of all, the singer and Simon Cowell favourite (he was the hit show's runners-up in 2009) kinda forgot about arguably the most popular member of the biggest boyband on the planet.
Yes, One Direction came back to the place where it all began and performed their new single, Perfect, on the X Factor stage.
Following a flawless performance, Olly chatted to the band members about their tour and being back in front of the judging panel. Olly goes down the line chatting to Niall first before questioning Liam and Louis.
He then just ignores Harry. Yikes!
We don't know if it was intentional but it sure as hell was awkward to watch… and understandably the One Directioners present on the evening were less than impressed in the aftermath.
Indeed, with the audience booing and desperately urging Mr Murs to turn his attention to Mr Styles, the former had no choice but to awkwardly throw in a "hope it's not too bad down there" in the latter's direction.
However, the slip-up could be considered small in comparison to the major blunder he had later on in the show.
Following the sing-off between Simon's Anton Stephans and Rita's gal, Monica Michael, the judges took the vote to deadlock – meaning that the contestant with the lowest public vote would leave the competition.
Before the envelope supposedly containing the name of the contestant going out of the competition arrived on stage, Olly told Monica she was leaving.
Caroline quickly reacted by pointing out that her co-host was mistaken. Apologising, Olly and Caroline go on to reveal that it is in fact (quelle surprise) Monica who is leaving.
You can watch the absolutely cringe inducing moment below.
Olly afterwards took to Twitter to apologise but fans were already crying out that the mishap proves the popular Saturday night show is fixed.
Lucky for man himself, there was one TV presenter quick to defend him.
It may happen to the best TV presenters, but we sure as hell don't remember Dermot ever making a mistake. We miss you, Dermo!