It's four days on from the biggest talking moment of the year and we're all pretty sick of hearing about the story at this stage. What's worse though, is some people who can't help but give their own opinion on the matter, no matter how far removed from the situation they may be.
Enter: Daniel Radcliffe and his Oscar slap clap back. The down-to-earth actor has the same feelings towards anyone who spouts on about the goings on between Will Smith and Chris Rock.
The voice of the people joined Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard this morning on ITV's 'Good Morning Britain' to chat all about his latest blockbuster 'The Lost City', which hits theatres in Ireland on April 15.
After discussing his role in extreme lengths, the chat turned towards Sunday night's happenings. When asked by Reid if he "saw" what happened, Radcliffe retorted back: "Yeah, I saw it.
"I'm just so already dramatically bored of hearing people's opinons about it, that I just don't want to be another opinion adding to it."
Here's the clip in question.
But who could Daniel Radcliffe be aiming his Oscars slap opinion at? Well, just after the incident occurred, Liam Payne of One Direction fame gave his own painful take on the matter; while during the week Jim Carrey also said that Smith "should have been arrested" following the drama.
Radcliffe has been doing the rounds on various chat shows ahead of 'The Lost City' hitting cinemas in April. Just last week he joined a number of US shows, answering questions about his 'Harry Potter' days and those rumours about him being the MCU's Wolverine.
After his run as the bad guy in 'The Lost City' with Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, Radcliffe will next play "Weird Al" Yankovic in the upcoming biopic about the star.