Graham Norton was joined by Strictly judge Shirley Ballas and actors Mel Gibson, Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg and John Lithgow, with music from Kesha, who performed 'Learn to Let Go'. What a line-up, what a night.
By far the highlight was Ferrell dancing the Rumba with Shirley. Watch it here:
Wow, that was good, wasn't it? I mean just look at him dance, he's a Hollywood legend. LADbible actually got a chance to sit down with him and he was just as much of a dude in person.
Cole and Corey, our resident Little LADs, gave top Hollywood talent Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg a lesson in the art of fatherhood, dabbing and fist bumping.
Recognised for countless LOL comedies, the Daddy's Home 2 duo respond to the twins' brutal questions with their trademark banter.
With Will labelling himself the better dad in real life by "buying [all 17] of his children toys every day", he's also called out for his smaller-than-Mark's biceps and why only grandmas are attracted to him.
There's been good news for Will this week, after it was announced Ranker has put his 2003 comedy Elf at the top of the best Christmas films, followed by Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Santa Claus starring Tim Allen, A Christmas Carol and Deck The Halls coming in fifth.
Credit: New Line Cinema
The movie also stars James Caan (Las Vegas) and Zooey Deschanel (500 Days of Summer) and focuses on Will Ferrell's character Buddy, one of Santa's elves, who travels from the North Pole to meet his biological father.
With a budget of $33 million (£25 million), it made more than six times that at the Box Office. Even the tough-to-crack Rotten Tomatoes gave the film an 84 percent rating, with the Critical Consensus saying: "A movie full of Yuletide cheer, Elf is a spirited, good-natured family comedy, and it benefits greatly from Will Ferrell's funny and charming performance as one of Santa's biggest helpers."
Keep doing what you do Will LAD.