Wow, that headline is just awful. Look at it. Look at that collection of awfulness.
You've got YouTube trolling / pranking channels, Honey G, a stage invasion and X Factor. All in one place. That's really something.
Anyway, YouTubers TrollStation have claimed responsibility for last night's stage invasion shortly after Honey G's performance of MC Hammer's Can't Touch This. A group of five men barrelled on stage as Louis Walsh was giving her the post-performance analysis - well, y'know, the pep talk.
The YouTube channel, which is described by themselves as an "Online Hidden Camera Prank Show" - *wretching noise* - had a total of five people on stage with someone in the audience videoing the incident.
X factor invasion pic.twitter.com/uBBNtoLGc9
— TrollStation (@TrollstationYT) November 26, 2016
ITV released a perfunctory statement afterwards, saying that there "was a stage invasion by four men, with one further person in support. All five had been in the audience. They were spoken to by police and security and have now been removed from the studio."
This isn't the first time X Factor has had a stage invasion, with Calvin Harris - yes, that Calvin Harris - barrelling into camera with a pineapple on his head during Jedward's performance on the show.