Tonight the event that brought us the sight of Judy Finnigan's unwittingly exposed bosoms returns - yes, it's the National Television Awards.
It may have been 13 years since the former 'This Morning' host created the ceremony's most infamous incident, but there have been plenty of bizarre, bonkers and brilliant moments since.
So, as television's finest prepare to roll up on the red carpet, we've raided the vaults and brought together all the best clips from the event's history.
From Judy's flashing to Kermot O'Leary via Simon Cowell's genius acceptance speech, get yourself in the mood for tonight's show by clicking through our video gallery below.
Judy Finnigan - 2000
Who could forget when Judy Finnigan went up to collect an award for 'This Morning' back in 2000, totally unaware that her bra was on show.
Simon Cowell - 2011
There are loads of reasons why The X Factor's win in 2011 gave us one of the best acceptance speeches in the awards history. Simon Cowell took some cheap shots at 'Strictly' before barking at Dermot to 'come here', then ordered Cheryl Cole to 'say something' and finished up by thanking his dentist. And we know love watching this with the context of Simon and Dannii's affair.
Bruce Forsyth and Ant & Dec - 2012
Ant & Dec got a new partner in crime when they teamed up with Bruce Forsyth to sing a spoof version of 'Let There Be Love' in 2012.
Holly & Phil - 2012
Holly Willoughby got a little carried away with the celebrations after 'This Morning' and 'Celebrity Juice' both picked up gongs in 2012 and was nursing a rather sore head as turned up for work the next day...
Dermot and the Doctor - 2011
Dermot O'Leary became the Doctor's unwitting assistant in 2011, featuring in a sketch with Matt Smith, as well as Dot Cotton, Bruce Forsyth, Amanda Holden, Ant & Dec and Becky Macdonald.
Little Mix - 2012
'X Factor' winners Little Mix performed our favourite En Vogue hit 'Don't Let Go' at the 2012 ceremony.
Kermit The Frog - 2012
Kermit The Frog became Kermot O'Leary as he stepped into Dermot's shoes to present the award for Entertainment Presenter in 2012.
Denise Welch - 2011
Denise Welch attempted to earn 'Loose Women' some extra votes in 2011 by dressing parodying Cheryl Cole's 'Fight For This Love' video. We could barely tell the difference. Ahem...
Jack P Shepherd - 2011
'Coronation Street' actor Jack P Shepherd aka badboy David Platt could not hide his anger as 'EastEnders' beat them to the title of 'Best Serial Drama' in 2011.
Jedward - 2010
They can't sing or dance to save their lives, but that is why we loved Jedward's performance of under pressure at the 2010 ceremony.