If there was a list of cutest acceptance speeches in award history, Jacob Tremblay would've just put himself firmly on top.
Accepting his award for Best Young Actor at the Critics' Choice Awards, the 9-year-old acting sensation made the collective audience gush in awe with his speech.
The young actor was picking up the award for his portrayal of Jack Newsome in Room, a striking movie about a mother (Brie Larson) and her son (Tremblay) held captive in a enclosed space. You can check out the trailer below:
When accepting his speech, Tremblay was clearly over the moon. Stepping onto a raised platform so he could reach the mic, the beaming youngster said:
“This is super cool! This is the best day of my life!”
Tremblay then went on to thank the critics who voted, noting it would've been a "super hard" decision to choose considering the level of competition. He also had time to thank the team behind the movie.
Illustrating the wise head on his young shoulders, Tremblay then pointed out the film's success was a team effort.
"This Award Doesn't Just Go To Me, It Goes To You Guys As Well"
Before sending the cute-o-meter to meltdown, as well as impressing the audience...
"I Also Want To Thank My Parents And I Love Them Very Much"
Finally, when considering where to put his award, Tremblay knew just the place:
"I Know Where To Put This, Right On My Shelf Next To My Millennium Falcon"
Unfortunately, although co-star Brie Larson and the film itself were nominated for an Academy Award, young Jacob wasn't.
However, it's fair to say we'll be seeing more of this child protégé in the near future.
You can see the full adorable clip below: