Tom Hiddleston's 'Thor' Co-Stars Can't Help But Crash His Acceptance Speech

"Is that for us?"

Tom Hiddleston couldn't be in London on Monday to accept the Best Actor TV Choice Award for his performance in The Night Manager. He did, however, record an acceptance speech from the set of Thor: Ragnarok in Australia. 

After explaining his absence, Tom is at a loss for words. "I don't really have anything to offer you," he says. Thankfully his Thor co-stars Chris Hemsworth and Idris Elba are on hand to help him out. The two of them waste no time crashing Tom's video 

"Is that for us?" Chris wonders, grabbing the trophy and suggesting that maybe it's a delayed award for his breakout role on Australian soap opera Home and Away. Before Tom can explain, Chris is expressing his thanks. 

Idris, meanwhile, just wants to know why his series Luther wasn't nominated.

Chris suggests they share. "Three stars," he notes of the award. "So we'll have one each, I guess."

Thor and Loki, or at least their offscreen counterparts, seem to really be getting along these days. Last month they joined forces to bring smiles to patients at an Australian children's hospital. We can't wait to see what Thor's "me time" during Captain America: Civil War means for this new installment.

Watch Tom Hiddleston's full acceptance speech below:

(H/T: Mashable)