Because once again Ant and Dec have found themselves on the shortlist in the best presenter category.
Piers Morgan has slammed the National Television Awards for nominating Ant McPartlin alongside Declan Donnelly for the Best TV Presenter and The Bruce Forsythe Award despite barely appearing on TV screens past year after taking time out to focus on his health.
The pair, both 43, have picked up the accolade for the past 17 years on the trot, most recently in January last year.
However, Piers seemed to have been forgetting that Ant still made numerous TV appearances with Dec prior to his arrest a year ago.
And Donnelly has been nominated for ITV's I'm A Celebrity.
Although Ant has not been seen on screen since the spring, in the pre-recorded audition footage on Britain's Got Talent, he is still in with a chance of bagging the gold for the 18th time.
The nominations come in spite of the fact that Ant McPartlin has spent much of the a year ago taking a break from work, following his conviction for drink driving.
The star entered rehab for the second time following the smash and said he was taking a break from TV until this year.
Richard Madden - who has scooped a best actor Golden Globe for playing the brooding protection officer David Budd in BBC1 drama Bodyguard - is up for the best drama performance award.
However, according to new reports, the pair may no longer be able to attend the red carpet do - thanks to Britain's Got Talent boss Simon Cowell. He also enjoyed noting the absence of their rival BBC Breakfast in the nominations.
"No work, walk the dog, get up, and he still gets nominated for the NTA!"
The National Television Awards will be broadcast live on ITV on January 22 from The O2, London.