The hosts of The Talk want stage crashers around the world to know: "You mess with one of us - you mess with all of us!"
"I was a little scared because I didn't understand what it was or what was happening," shared Gilbert, who was delivering the team's acceptance speech when the man took the mic from her hand. "At first I thought, 'Oh, it's just somebody running up here,' and then it kept going."
According to Gilbert, she first thought the stage crasher didn't like that they were receiving the awards.
"I thought he was going to say, 'I deserve the award,'" Chen shared. "But then I thought, 'But you weren't in the category.'"
"He was in the category of crazy ass audience member!" Tyler added.
As for Osbourne, who managed to get in two swift kicks at the stage-crasher's legs as he fled the stage, her biggest fear was cussing on live TV.
"I didn't wanna say the F-bomb because after all [it's on] CBS," Osbourne explained. "So I just thought a good kicking will do!"
After the incredibly awkward run-in, Tyler took to Instagram to praise her fellow co-hosts for shutting the unwanted intruder down.
"Don't start nothin', won't be nothing," Tyler tweeted. "Ladies of @TheTalkCBS REGULATE."
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to ET that the stage crasher -- whose name they are withholding -- was arrested, cited and released for interfering with a live show, and then kicked out of the venue.
"I'll tell you what I'd like to say to that guy," Osbourne shared. "'It's our time, don't mess with us!'"