Jamie Foxx may make us laugh onscreen, but there's apparently another comedian in the family.
The Oscar winner was a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and in a sneak peek clip from the episode that airs Wednesday, he gushes about his two daughters, 21-year-old Corinne and 7-year-old Annalise.
In the clip, Ellen kicks off the conversation by congratulating the 47-year-old actor on Corinne's selection as Miss Golden Globe 2016. At the 73rd annual awards show ceremony hosted by Ricky Gervais in January, Corinne will be handing out statuettes to the award recipients.
"So amazing," Jamie says of her accomplishment. "She's 21, getting ready to graduate from college."
Ellen chimes in saying, "And your other daughter [Annalise], I can't believe, I mean, I feel I'm watching them grow up. She's seven now, right?"
"Yeah, she's seven," he begins, as a smirk appears on his face. "She totally different though. She want it all."
Jamie then shares a hilarious story with Ellen about a recent escapade that occurred while the adorable father-daughter duo was getting ready to drive around Los Angeles.
"She said, 'Dad, no.' I said, 'Which car you want to take?' She said, 'No, I want the Rolls Royce with the top back,'" Jamie explains, about Annalise's cute diva demands. "And I'm like, 'You sure?'"
"So we get in the Rolls Royce," he adds, "She's ridin' with her shades on, the top back."
A photo of Annalise then appears on the screen. "Look at that," Jamie says, laughing.
Jamie then tells Ellen that when they arrived to their destination -- the swanky Soho House in West Hollywood -- Annalise almost started crying when he had to put the top up. The reason? "She's like, 'They're not going to be able to see me, dad,'" Jamie hilariously imitates his daughter.
Jamie says that as they were pulling up to valet, "She yells out, 'Jamie Foxx in the house!'"
Riding around town and traveling with daddy is apparently a frequent occurrence, as you can see from some of Jamie's Instagrams below.
Could they be any cuter?
Last week, ET caught up with Corinne on her exciting Golden Globes gig.
"It feels great! I wanted to be Miss Golden Globe for so long and I didn't know how you go about it," she said. "And then they told me that they wanted me to do it and I was just over the moon for an hour -- just pacing in my room [with] so much energy I didn't know what to do with it. I'm just happy it's out and everyone knows." Watch the video below to hear more.