Daniel Kaluuya admitted he broke protocol during his hilarious acceptance speech at the star-studded BAFTA show.
The Get Out cast member, who received the EE Rising Star trophy, an award which is voted for by the public, shared a secret with viewers at home.
In his speech, he revealed that winners have a “countdown” for their speeches to ensure they don’t run overtime.
The actor said he “wasn’t supposed to say that” during his witty acceptance speech, which had audience members howling with laughter.
He said: “There’s a countdown. I wasn’t supposed to say that but I’ve said that now. We break all the rules. No – levels.”
The 28-year-old collected his award from Hollywood actresses Margot Robbie and Octavia Spencer.
Daniel beat Florence Pugh, Josh O’Connor, Tessa Thompson and Timothee Chalamet to the gong.
The Black Panther star dedicated his award to his mother and thanked his friends, family and collaborators.
Social media users when into meltdown after Joanna made the comment, with many rushing to Twitter to react to what she had said.
One person wrote: “Margot Robbie is Joanna Lumley’s niece… well I never! No wonder I love them both #EverydaysASchoolDay #BAFTAS #EEBAFTAs.”
Another added: “Joanna Lumley and Margot Robbie are related and you can tell the whole of the #BAFTAs minds exploded.”
However, Joanna was only referring to the time she played Margot’s on-screen aunty in The Wolf of Wall Street.
The BAFTAS 2018 is available to watch on the BBC iPlayer now.