The Queen appeared to "photobomb" two newsreaders live on air during her visit to the BBC's new building earlier today.
Danny O'Donoghue from The Script described the band's performance for the Queen today as an "out-of-body experience".
The Voice mentor told ITV News his heart was in his mouth, adding, "I was just thanking the Lord I didn't forget the lyrics!"
BBC staff got their cameras at the ready as the Queen took a tour of the revamped newsroom today.
The Queen has officially opened the BBC's new Broadcasting House building during an address on Radio 4.
She said it was a "great pleasure" to visit the BBC and see it "in its new home", and also reminisced about previous visits she had made - both with and without the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Script said it was "amazing" that the Queen had seen the band perform during her visit to the new home of the BBC:
The Queen just saw us perform. Amazing #ScriptLiveLounge
The Queen has watched The Script's Radio 1 Live Lounge performance during her visit to the new Broadcasting House:
The Queen has officially opened the revamped BBC building with an address on Radio 4.
The Queen has watched a performance by the Script during her tour of the revamped Broadcasting House in central London.
The Queen was greeted by a cheering crowd as she arrived at the revamped Broadcasting House in central London.
During the Queen's visit to the revamped Broadcasting House in central London today, she will meet TV hosts including Sir Bruce Forsyth and David Dimbleby as she tours the high-tech building.
She will also watch The Voice star Danny O'Donoghue perform as she joins the tiny audience in Radio 1's Live Lounge to see his band The Script, as well as being introduced to the station's presenters including breakfast star Nick Grimshaw.
The Queen will be shown around the new facilities by director-general Tony Hall and Lord Patten, chairman of the BBC Trust and will meet a series of familiar TV faces, as well as being presented to Danny Cohen, the corporation's director of television.