Surely you've seen it. Sunday night, Miss Universe host Steve Harvey accidentally named the wrong winner of the beauty pageant. Ariadna Gutierrez Arevalo, Miss Colombia, already had the crown on her head when Harvey said, in so many words, "oops." The real winner, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach of the Philippines, got the crown second-hand.
Then Harvey made another mistake, this one of Biblical proportions: He tweeted how sorry he was to "Miss Philippians." Yes, Philippians, as in the eleventh book of the New Testament. (That tweet has since been deleted and replaced.)
"I feel terrible," Harvey tweeted.
Prepare yourself for second-hand embarrassment as you watch other TV gaffes we still haven't forgotten:
That time when 'Australia's Next Top Model' crowned the wrong winner
Host and judge Sarah Murdoch on Australia's Next Top Model can feel some of Harvey's pain. She declared Kelsey Martinovich as the 2010 winner. Wrong: She had to go back and correct her mess-up, as Amanda Ware was in fact the winner. Sweet Martinovich -- no longer the winner -- consoles a heartbroken Murdoch on live television.
That time when John Travolta called Idina Menzel 'Adele Dazeem'
Of course, this one had to be on our list. John Travolta, in introducing Frozen's Idina Menzel at the Oscars, totally flubbed on her name. The "oops" moment led sites like Slate to create their own Adele Dazeem name generators; it's a mistake Mr. Grease Lightning may never live down.
That time when Ashlee Simpson got caught lip syncing on 'SNL'
"I don't lip sync, my God! I'm very anti-that," said Ashlee Simpson in 2004 after she appeared as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live. Turns out she tried: The song started, lyrics included, and Simpson wasn't singing.
That time when Miss Teen USA - South Carolina said 'such as' too many times
Speaking in public is, truly, terrifying. But you can bet Caitlin Upton learned, from her rambling response during the Miss Teen USA 2007 pageant, not to use phrases like "the Iraq" and "such as" so often.
That time when there was a wardrobe malfunction at a Super Bowl halftime show
We still don't know if it was deliberate or an accident. But when Justin Timberlake sang the sultry lyrics to end "Rock Your Body" and ripped at Janet Jackson's leather get-up, the world balked. Was that what I think it was? Yes, I think it was.
That time when Rick Perry said 'oops'
The Washington Post calls it "the 48 seconds that define Rick Perry's political career": the time when he couldn't remember one of the three governmental agencies he planned to cut. The longtime Texas governor has run for president twice now, but some political analysts say that Republican debate in November 2011 was the beginning of the end.
Are any of these as bad as announcing the wrong Miss Universe pageant winner?
That depends. For Perry, his gaffe could have cost him both runs at a presidency. But for Timberlake and Jackson, the potentially embarrassing incident made them even bigger stars.
GuideLive writers Sara Frederick Burgos, Norma Cavazos, Ann Pinson and Shannon Sutlief contributed to this story.