This is the moment a stage invader confronted Neighbours star Jason Donovan at an awards ceremony in Scotland.
The Australian singer and actor was presented with a Forth Icon Awards before performing a medley of hits including Especially For You.
But just as he was singing Joseph song Any Dream Will Do from his West End state appearances, one audience member decided to try and hijack his performance.
The stage invader, who wore a green bow tie and gold waistcoat, looked to be very merry as he took to the stage to try and dance with the star and his female backing singer.
As Jason continued to sing, the shocked backing singer gestured for assistance, prompting the man to be grabbed and swiftly escorted off the stage by DJ Boogie.
The ‘unwanted neighbour’ was later seen trying to regain access to the building after being ‘evicted’.
Jason, who was thrilled to be back in Scotland ahead of a forthcoming tour, wasn’t the only one to get a surprise on stage.
Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle proved to be a real pro as she made sure the show went on despite a sound issue mid set at a Scots gig.
She ended up singing a Capella on Biology and later told the crowd: ‘I mean we could continue on. Do you know Kumbaya?’
Local heroes, Candice McKenzie and Claire Beattie of Endo Warriors were awarded Charity Volunteer of the Year.
While 14-year-old Kaydi Scottsville the Forth Cash For Kids Award, recognised for their incredible charity and community work.
Stephen Rafferty of Forrester High School, won the coveted Teacher of the Year award, with The Holyrood Distillery picking up the Visitor Attraction of the Year award.
Jason’s hairy moment came after he detailed his meticulous self-care routine, which includes regular massages, healthy eating and even pedicures.
He explained how he keeps fit and in control and likes to treat himself with the occasional beauty or wellness treatment.
In terms of diet, to start the day he enjoys a drink of hot lemon before having pasta or sushi for lunch and then a small evening meal of tacos with guacamole.
He told The Times: ‘I’m up at 7am and always start my day with hot water and lemon. In the mornings I only eat fruit so I don’t feel too heavy, as I’m a big fitness person and like to go to the gym early.
‘I like to get a massage twice a week and love a foot massage and to get my nails done.
‘For lunch I have sushi or pasta. I’m a better person when I don’t drink alcohol. I sleep better, am happier, less anxious and more in control.
‘I don’t eat a big meal until I get home and then I love guacamole with salsa and taco chips or some prosciutto with melon and chicken liver pâté.’