Jacob Tremblay just stole the show at the Critic's Choice Awards... all because he couldn't reach the mic.
The adorable 9-year-old star of "Room" picked up the Critics' Choice award for best young actor/actress Sunday and when he had to get on his tippy toes to reach the mic to start his 'thank yous,' it was too much cuteness to handle.
See more of Tremblay's speech:
Thankfully presenter Bradley James stepped in and held the mic up so Jacob could begin thanking his cast members and producers from 'Room' and all the other actors in the category.
"Whoa! This is super cool. This is the best day of my life. I first want to say thank you to all the critics who voted for me," Tremblay said excitedly. "It must be a super hard vote because of all the great actors in this category."
"I want to thank, Team Room! All the other producers and cast and crew.I think that us working together made this movie come true," the kiddo continued. "This award doesn't just go to me, it goes to all of you as well."
Naturally, he also thanked his parents before finishing off his speech with where he planned to keep his award. "I know where to put this: on the shelf right beside my millennium falcon."
The audience couldn't hold in their smiles and applause any longer and numerous big names were spotted mouthing, "He's so cute."
We'd have to agree with that statement.
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