Last night's Critics Choice Awards saw The Shape Of Water make a good sweep of the awards, but it was the acceptance speech from seven-year-old breakout star of The Florida Project, Brooklyn Prince, that stole the night.
The pint-sized star sobbed as she told her fellow nominees that they should all get 'some ice cream' after the show, and thanked the director, the cast and crew of The Florida Project.
Get the tissues ready.
My fave 2018 awards season speech after Oprah’s pic.twitter.com/Nz6q0xLvkk
— Victoria Ahearn (@VictoriaAhearn) January 12, 2018
The moment itself wasn't the only desperately cute thing, however. Shortly after she returned to her seat, nominee Jacob Tremblay - who you might recall from last year's Room - walked over to Prince and gave her a big hug.
Just saw the most adorable #CriticsChoice moment where breakout actor winner #BrooklynPrince talked with Nominee #JacobTremblay after her tearful acceptance speech. Then they hugged. So no hard feelings. Kids. So cute. pic.twitter.com/PC6qY9s1FJ
— Bryan Alexander (@BryAlexand) January 12, 2018
Shut up, you're crying.