Bruno Tonioli's dramatic new look left viewers distracted during the BAFTA TV awards this evening, as he chatted about Strictly Come Dancing.
The BBC dance competition was awarded the BAFTA for the Best Entertainment programme this year, much to viewers' delight.
Strictly beat three other nominees – The Greatest Dancer, The Rap Game UK and The Voice UK.
Celebrating their win, some of Strictly's most famous faces appeared via webcam, praising the behind-the-scenes production team and the pro dancers.
However, Bruno's brief appearance sent tongues wagging, as fans commented on his stylish new transformation.
Wearing a glamorous navy satin blazer, Bruno's sleeves were patterned with a floral print, paired with a classic white shirt.
His hair, which usually is a shade of jet black, had turned silver fox in recent months and was shaved close to the top of his head.
Taking to Twitter, certain viewers claimed the 64-year-old choreographer was looking a little "orange," while others suggested he had applied some fake tan.
One wondered: "Why is Bruno so orange?"
"Bruno have you been tango'd," added a second.
And a third chimed: "Bruno has a nice shade of orange there."
While a fourth said: "Overdone the fake tan a bit."
Speaking about Strictly's win, Bruno looked overjoyed as he thanked viewers for watching, promising many more years of quality television to come.
He turned to the camera and exclaimed: "But the biggest thank you goes to all of you - our viewers. I'm telling you, without you, we would not be here.
"And we really hope to keep you entertained and happy for many years to come."