Daft Punk have been caught without their helmets as they travelled back home from the Grammys in Los Angeles, ditching their signature headgear to make it through security and on their plane home.
The Get Lucky hitmakers, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, arrived in Paris yesterday after spending time across the pond where they picked up Grammy awards for best album and best dance/electronica album for Random Access Memories and best record and best pop duo/group performance for Get Lucky.
No divas: Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter load up the bags from the carousel (Splash News)
Daft Punk also won an award for best engineered album, non-classical.
It looks as though the shiny headgear was firmly packed away as they opted for a more casual style, unaware of the waiting paparazzi getting the golden shots of the duo without their signature helmets.
Daft Punk seem to go relatively unnoticed at the airport, or do they? (Splash News)
Daft Punk were big winners of the 56th annual Grammy awards on Sunday night (January 26), as they scooped four of the big awards.
Are the helmets in there? (Splash News)
The robot-inspired duo beat off stiff competition from Lorde and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis to win the coveted album of the year prize Pharrell Williams joined the pair on stage to give the acceptance speech for the electronic tag-team, who choose not to speak while wearing their helmets.
Daft Punk at the Grammy Awards on Sunday (FameFlyNet)
"Well, I suppose the robots would like to thank…" said Williams. "You know honestly, I bet, France is really proud of these guys right now."