Oh Benedict Cumberbatch!
During Sunday's 2015 Golden Globes telecast, the 38-year-old "Imitation Game" star hilariously photobombed Meryl Streep and Margaret Cho during a comedy skit.
Cumberbatch's prank occurred while Cho was pretending to be a North Korean official and magazine correspondent who wanted to snap a fan photo with everyone's favorite actress (Streep, of course).
Globes hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler convinced Michael Keaton to whip out his phone to take a pic of Streep and Cho.
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As Keaton snapped away, Cumberbatch, who was sitting directly behind Streep and Cho in the audience, got out of his chair and jumped in the air behind the duo. The split-second photobomb was caught by the camera and definitely made viewers laugh.
This isn't the "Sherlock" star's first awards show photobomb. At the 2014 Oscar awards, the Brit hunk did a similar mid-air photobomb prank on the red carpet while Bono and his U2 bandmates were posing for photogs.
Watch the clip of his Golden Globes joke for yourself, above.