The BBC has apologized after making a gaffe while captioning an image of Viola Davis. The embarrassing error happened during the BBC’s live coverage of the Grammys on Sunday.

Posting an image of Davis from January’s Golden Globes on its news channel, the network identified her as Beyoncé, Deadline reports.

“Beyoncé’s Big Night,” the BBC captioned Davis’ photo.

The network later apologized on Twitter.

“We apologize for the mistake last night when our news channels briefly showed a photograph of Viola Davis from January’s Golden Globes alongside a headline about Beyoncé at yesterday’s Grammys,” the BBC said in a statement. “This fell below the BBC’s usual standards.”

Davis became the 18th EGOT winner after earning the Grammy for Best Audiobook for her recording of memoir Finding Me. Beyoncé won her 32nd Grammy as her Renaissance masterpiece took the award for Best Dance/Electronic Album. The 41-year-old superstar now holds the most Grammy wins of all time.