Tom Hiddleston picked up the gong for Best Actor at the TV Choice Awards in London, but the star was hijacked by a couple of high-profile crashers.
Accepting the award for his role in The Night Manager, the 35-year-old appeared via video-link from the set of Thor: Ragnarok on the Gold Coast, but his speech was overtaken by co-stars Chris Hemsworth and Idris Elba.
“That’s for Home and Away, yeah? Thanks everyone at Channel 7. I loved working on Home and Away,” Hemsworth says as he casually strolls into the shot.
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Then Elba bursts in.
“How come Luther didn’t get nominated?” he says. “And Home and Away,” Hemsworth adds.
“I think Home and Away won a couple of awards back in the day,” Hiddleston replied.
Not content to let it go, Hemsworth offers a compromise by saying “there’s three stars (on the trophy) so we’ll have one each I guess — I’ll probably have the tallest.”
He then adds “Home and Away rocks” before walking away.