Tonight we saw episode 101 of Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and fans were most excited about its finale, when another of the nation's favourite presenters joined the show.
To celebrate Andrew Lloyd Webber turning 70 later this year, the two Geordie hosts had invited the composer on to their ITV show to see Alexandra Burke perform alongside the cast of School of Rock and Cats.
Ant also danced along to 'The Phantom of the Opera' but the audience's favourite moment was definitely Phillip Schofield's surprise guest appearance to sing 'Any Dream Will Do' with James Corden.
One Twitter user said "Best moment of television for a long long time when Phillip Schofield appeared in the End of the Show Show! Fantastic! @Schofe #SaturdayNightTakeaway"
While another watching the show said "ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER TRIBUTE ON #saturdaynighttakeaway WAS GREAT ENOUGH, BUT THEN PHILIP SCHOFIELD CAME ON AND I DONT THINK IVE EVER BEEN SO EXCITED IN MY LIFE"
"What a fantastic show tonight, as always you never let us down,bringing on Phillip Schofield on the end of the show,show was brilliant!!! You to are just the bestxxxx," said another.
At the end of the show, Ant and Dec even joked about joining the theatre and Andrew potentially casting them, but the composer was clearly more interested in Schofield.
Of course the presenter's stunning voice will be no surprise to the composer, as he played the lead in Lloyd Webber and Time Rice's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in the West End in the early 1990s, taking over from fellow heartthrob Jason Donovan.