Phillip Schofield fell to the floor at the end of a VERY intense and nail-biting round on the Million Pound Cube over the weekend.
The This Morning and Dancing on Ice host has returned to his other popular show for a new run of episodes that have had millions of viewers glued to their screen over the past week.
And Saturday's episode was by far the most memorable as former Strictly champion and pro dancer Kevin Clifton took on the Cube with nerve wracking results.
Kevin, who is dating his Strictly celeb partner Stacey Dooley, was given the task of balancing a silver orb on a disk and getting it to connect with the magnet above it.
However, when Kevin let the orb tumble and lost the challenge, Phillip fell to his knees and then onto the floor in despair.
He then exclaimed: "I can't remember in nine series of this show ever feeling like this.
"Oh my god Kevin. You must be knackered!"
The drama didn't end there though as Kevin took to Twitter to reveal something that viewers didn't see on the show.
He told his many followers: ""I never once had any injuries on Strictly. After The Cube the medic rushed in with ibuprofen"
While they didn't require medical attention, viewers at home also saw their heart rates go up as they watched Kevin in action, with one tweeting: "Kevin Clifton’s go on #TheCube has to be one of the most stressful TV pieces of all time!" and another remarked: "You don't know drama until you've watched Kevin Clifton's effort on The Cube."
A third reacted: "Watching Kevin Clifton try attach a metal ball to a magnet on the cube stressed me out really frustrating to watch!"