UPDATE 1/7: After Nicasio was identified, THR was able to speak with him and find out his motivation for running on stage. "I had to shout out who I look up to: Kanye West and Kevin Gates," Nicasio says. "I came here to do this tonight. I could honestly care less about what was going to happen." He also said that he crashed Kris Jenner's 60th birthday party so that he could make a name for himself. Got to respect the effort.

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UPDATE 11:45PM: It appears that "weird dude" is actually Zacari Nicasio, a self-described recording artist out of Los Angeles who goes by ZacZeta. In a triumphant Instagram post from earlier tongiht in which he brags about his accomplishment, he says, "You know I had to do it.. 2016 I'm taking over."

He's also apparently no stranger to *ahem* performing in front of star-studded crowds. Also posted to his Instagram is a video of Nicasio wishing Kris Jenner a happy birthday during her glamorous 60th birthday bash.

A quick look even further back in his IG timeline reveals a photo with Dennis Graham, father to the 6 God, Drake. Who is this Zacari Nicasio and how does he keep running into these celebs?

@therealdennisg and I turnt at @justinbieber #Afterparty #OVO #amaafterparty

A photo posted by Zacari Nicasio (@zaczeta) on Nov 23, 2015 at 2:51am PST

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A stage-crasher dubbed "some weird dude" by the People's Choice Awards Twitter managed to make his way on stage during an acceptance speech for CBS' The Talk. The women happened to be accepting an award for Favorite Daytime Talk Show Hosting Team, so we're not really sure why this "weird dude" decided this was the best time to rush up there. Maybe he's got a grudge against Julie Chen, who really knows?

Before getting kicked off stage—literally, by Sharon Osbourne—he managed to quote Kanye West's infamous "Yeezy jumped over Jumpman" line from "Facts" and even gave a plug for Kevin Gates' upcoming album, Islah. The Talk's Sheryl Underwood promptly grabbed the mic and clapped back, "You ain't gonna pull no 'Steve Harvey' up in here." Let's be real, this was easily the standout moment of the whole night.