Olivia Wilde has passed her love for Beyonce onto her 1-year-old son Otis.
The 32-year-old actress stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing Thursday, where she revealed that her son's upcoming birthday party in April will be Beyonce themed.
"His love for Beyonce has really hit a fever pitch, and I approve of course, but it's intense," Wilde laughs. "He is absolutely in love with her."
The Vinyl star says Otis was introduced to Beyonce when she was attempting to quiet him down on a plane, and she had nothing but Beyonce music videos on her iPad.
... And it's safe to say Otis definitely got an eyeful of Beyonce's killer bod!
"He was really taken, and he really zoned in on one in particular," Wilde smiles. "The one, 'Yonce' -- which is arguably the most sexually explicit video ever made -- and he was like, 'Yeah, yeah.' And from that point on he called her 'Beyonce boobies,' which I think is great. Because most people if you're gonna call her -- you call her, like, 'Beyonce booty.'"
"But right now he is still [up] here," she jokes, gesturing to her chest. "He's still thinking in this zone."
Wilde says Otis even recognized Beyonce when his father, comedian Jason Sudeikis, took him to a Clippers basketball game and they ran into the "Formation" singer herself.
"Jason was at a Clippers game recently and has Otis there, and Beyonce walked in and was sitting very far away on the other side of the Staples Center, court side," Wilde shares. "And Jason said, 'Otis, do you see who that is?' And he sat up and was like, 'Beyonce, Beyonce!' And he stood on Jason's knees and just started going, 'Beyonce!' And all these people were like, 'What is this two-year-old doing?'"
"And maybe one day she'll hear him," she jokes.
ET chatted with Wilde last month at UNITE4:GOOD and Variety's 3rd Annual "UNITE4:HUMANITY" event presented by Karma, when she gushed about her adorable son.
"I'm just everyday more grateful and realizing how I have completely won the life lottery," Wilde said. "It's just so clear to me at every stage of his growth, and my own growth as a mother."