Sharon Osbourne Kicks Stage-Crasher When He Interrupts 'The Talk' Hosts' Acceptance Speech at the PCAs

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While the ladies of The Talk were accepting their award for Favorite Daytime Hosting Team at the People's Choice Awards on Wednesday, a man in a stylish leather jacket decided that this was his moment to shine -- and was literally kicked off the stage by Sharon Osbourne.

Running up the steps and taking the mic away from Talk co-host Sara Gilbert, the man (who identified himself so quickly it was totally indecipherable) then gave a shout out to rapper Kevin Gates and his new album Islah.

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After promoting what must be a very exciting new record for the stage-crasher, he then hurriedly quoted a lyric from Kanye West's recently dropped single "Facts."

"Yeezy just jumped over Jumpman," the guy yelled as Talk co-host Sheryl Underwood ripped the mic stand out of his hands and Osbourne kicked him while he fled the stage.

"Uh uh! That ain't happening up here!" Underwood yelled into the reclaimed mic. "You ain't gonna pull no Steve Harvey up in here. No! No sir."

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Everyone then stood on stage awkwardly trying to wrap their heads around what just happened as Underwood called for security and pointed at the fleeing stage-crasher.

The scene resembled the time Kanye stormed the stage at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards to take the mic from Taylor Swift after she won the award for Best Female Video over Kanye's personal choice, Beyonce.

It's unclear if this stage-crasher had that comparison in mind when he yelled out a lyric from Kanye's new song, or if he just really liked that particular lyric.

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Either way, one thing is for sure: Don't mess with Osbourne or Underwood, because they aren't messing around. They will hurt you if you make them.

The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to ET that the man -- whose name they are withholding -- was arrested, cited and released for interfering with a live show, and then kicked out of the venue.

For more on Kanye's infamous mic grab years ago, check out the video below.

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