ET caught up with Sylvester Stallone's three daughters on Wednesday, where they were still reeling over their Miss Golden Globe selection.
Sophia, 20, Sistine, 18, and Scarlet, 14, were named Miss Golden Globe 2017 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, marking the first time the distinction was given to three people since the tradition was started in 1963.
"I'm just hoping I don't trip when I'm walking on the stage," Sophia told ET's Carly Steel.
"[Our heels] are comfortable enough to where we don't have to fall, but knowing us, we'll probably fall," Scarlet joked.
Miss Golden Globe duties include ushering presenters and winners on and off stage. Honorees are typically a child of a prominent Hollywood actor or actress, and past Miss Golden Globes include Melanie Griffith (1975), Laura Dern (1982) and Dakota Johnson (2006). Griffith and Dern eventually won their own Golden Globes.
"For the first time in Golden Globe history, we have proudly selected not one but three Miss Golden Globe representatives. The Stallone sisters will continue our time honored tradition of handing out the statuettes at the awards ceremony," HFPA President Lorenzo Soria said in November. "Each of the lovely young women in the triad have had success whether it be in academics, sports or pursuing a modeling career. With being raised by such role models Sylvester and Jennifer [Flavin], we can't wait to see what the future has in store for these ladies."
"They're giving us so much advice, and they're just worried if we mess up or trip," Scarlet said.
But before they can think about how they will carry themselves, they first have to decide who will be doing what. Sistine joked they might have some arguments over who gets to escort presenters like Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds.
"Scarlet totally would [storm the stage]," Sistine joked when asked if her younger sister could potentially have a Kanye West moment a la the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.
The 74th Golden Globes, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, will be handed out live on Sunday, Jan. 8, starting at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.