The Radio 1 presenter was co-hosting the first Eurovision Song Contest semi-final with fellow presenter Rylan Clark-Neal tonight as commentators.
The pair were having a whale of a time sharing their thoughts and opinions on the various entries and acts, and even had a select number of on-camera moments to fill the breaks in between the action.
During one, Scott was chatting to podcast host Jade and fellow host Jack, but things came to an end all too quickly.
Scott was seemingly being told through his ear piece exactly when the action was returning, and when it did, he was suddenly forced to wrap things up with Jade mid-conversation on BBC4.
Luckily the podcast host seemed to understand the ways of the show, and she simply smiled at Scott in response.
“Guys can we talk urgently about San Marino,” Scott began, as Jack noted the performance was a “little pitchy”.
“Is this the one where you opened the door of my commentary box and went haha?” Scott asked.
“Yeah, also it’s made me very curious as to what San Marino is like,” Jade replied. “Like I’m gonna go there now because of it, like what’s going on over there?”
“I said earlier Serhat wrote that in 14 minutes,” Scott reminded the pair, and Jade quipped superstar singer Adele wrote the James Bond theme tune Skyfall in a supreme seven minutes.
“Is Serhat going to graze the stage on Saturday?” Scott wondered, and Jack replied: “I think it could go either way, it’s like Iceland, it’s so out there. It’ll get votes but I don’t know, vocally, it was a little bit, it was a bit of a trouble.”
“Did you notice that there were two people with man buns tonight?” Jade chimed in. “And there were also two girls with thigh-high boots on. I worry about them doing the same thing. One of them will be taken one of them won’t, that’s how things work. Imagine them seeing each other coming out the dressing room.”
“Jack surprises of the night?” Scott asked, still on a roll.
“Czech Republic,” the guest answered. “I thought that song was phenomenal, I thought they lit up the stage. That performance was everything to me.”
“I can’t be that objective with Czech Republic because I met Albert and he’s very flirtatious,” Jade shared with a cheeky grin.
“Oh you did have a little moment with him didn’t you?” Scott suddenly remembered, and Jade carried on.
“I didn’t flirt with him, but we we did have a little,” she trailed off. “I’m guessing I’m not the only girl, but the song’s great, it’s very pop, I love the staging…”
While she finished her words, Jade was clearly mid-sentence when Scott suddenly declared: “Thanks guys!”
Also during tonight’s semi-final, the BBC suffered a technical issue and they were forced to cut out of the programme only minutes before the end.
The show also ran over into Blue Planet, which was unfortunate for fans.
Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals continue tomorrow at 8pm on BBC 4.