Lupita Nyong'o attended San Diego Comic-Con last week and attendees probably didn't even see her, even though they could have been looking directly at her.
The Oscar winner was incognito as she meandered through the convention dressed as a pink power ranger.
She even posted a video to her Instagram account that shows her dancing her way through the convention without anyone really giving her a second look.
"Did you see me at Comic Con?! #SDCC2017," she asked her nearly 4 million Instagram followers.
In the video, the actress dances all around the convention and even takes pictures with other people in costume, although it's fair to say that none of them knew who was actually behind the power ranger mask.
At the end of the video, Lupita takes off the mask and reveals that it was her the whole time.
Considering she stars in Marvel's upcoming "Black Panther" and "Star Wars," a mere sighting of her could have caused a near riot had her fans seen her… or rather known that the pink power ranger was her.
She even shared a video of her in costume walking the streets of San Diego's Gaslamp district and stopping a car. "This happened! #sdcc2017," she captioned the short video.
Lupita wasn't in costume the entire time she was at Comic-Con, though. During the convention, she participated in a panel for "Black Panther" with Director Ryan Coogler and co-stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Andy Serkis, Daniel Kaluuya.