Jacob Tremblay just keeps on getting cuter and cuter.
The 9-year-old Room star took the Oscar stage with Beasts of No Nation's Abraham Attah, 14, to present the Best Live Action Short Film award -- appropriate because they may be the shortest actors at the Academy Awards! Save, maybe, for Kevin Hart.
As Tremblay walked onstage, his Room co-star, Brie Larson, even cheered him on from her seat.
But being at a height disadvantage meant Chris Rock had to race out and provide Tremblay and Attah with wooden boxes for them to stand on in order to reach the mic. Tremblay, being the charmer that he is, had the best comeback.
"Thanks, Chris! Loved you in Madagascar!" he said of the Oscar host's animated franchise. "He's the zebra! He's a good person!"
Altogether now, awww.
Tremblay totally aced the difficult names and foreign titles in the category like a pro and put all the adult presenters to shame.
Viewers and celebrities alike took to Twitter to rally for a Tremblay-Attah team-up in the near future.
Earlier in the evening, Tremblay's parents gushed over their son's accomplishments in the past year.
"It's surreal," his father told ET on the red carpet. "When we were taping [Room], as parents, we were like, 'This is really good,' but then we had to sit back and think, 'Is it just because we had our parent goggles on and everything our son does is great?' So it's great to see all of this and know that everyone else kind of agrees with us that he did a great job. We're more than proud."
Watch the video below to see how his parents feel about being dubbed award season's "hot parents"!