Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States on Friday.
While the inauguration ceremony was underway, and before Trump took the oath of office, BBC News' subtitles temporarily had a ~moment~.
Kayleigh Smirk, from Southampton, caught the moment while watching the inauguration ceremony with the sound muted.
We're pretty sure Obama didn't say/wasn't thinking that.
The subtitles didn't quite reflect the historic scenes taking place on the screen.
People really appreciated the mix-up.
Smirk, a 25-year-old retail assistant, told BuzzFeed News she was "gobsmacked" to see her tweet go viral.
"The reaction has been insane, my notifications have pretty much melted at this point," she said.
"But I'm really glad it seems to have cheered people up regardless!"
While it was reported the wrong subtitles came from EastEnders, it looks instead like they came from CBBC show The Dumping Ground.
A BBC spokesperson said: "We have not found any evidence or had other feedback from viewers that our main output covering the inauguration was subtitled incorrectly."