Yep, I bet you weren't expecting that one.
The show is called 'Schlag den Star' and no it's not as rude as it sounds.
A man stormed on stage due to his frustration that the gaming franchise hasn't released a new game since 2013.
He interrupted host Elton asking him: "Where the hell is GTA 6?"
Next, he asked Elton to 'scream into the camera' for the game to be released, but the host admitted he doesn't have a clue what he's on about.
Social media users were quick to react.
One simply wrote: "What a legend."
While a second added: "I don't see anyone I only see a W."
A third concluded: "@RockstarGames you see the lengths people willing to go through to get this game out. Do ya f****** job."
However, it's currently believed Grand Theft Auto 6 won't be released until 2025, much to the disappointment of fans.
GTA fans do have something to look forward to as, Rockstar Games parent company, Take-Two, has announced its working on a trio of 'new iterations' of older games, fuelling speculation a Grand Theft Auto remake is on the cards.
Take-Two is yet to reveal the names of the three new projects but have said they are 'new iterations of previously released titles' with fans believing we could be getting a remastered or remade GTA.
Although there's no guarantees that GTA is one of the upcoming projects - Take-Two boss Strauss Zelnick has previously dropped hints he'd be keen to redo the game.
Earlier this year, Zelnick was asked if he was considering remastering GTA to which he replied: "It's a great and encouraging question.
"I'm kind of inclined to leave it more as a statement than a question and any update on our release schedule will come from Rockstar Games."
He followed this up in March, saying: "Remastering has always been a part of the strategy.
"We've done differently than the competition - we don't just port titles over, we actually take the time to do the very best job we can making the title different for the new release, for the new technology that we're launching it on."Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Games4Nerds