Jimmy Fallon's Adorable Daughters Help Him at Ribbon Cutting of 'Race Through New York' Ride

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Jimmy Fallon made the opening of his ride at Universal Orlando a family affair on Thursday morning.

The Tonight Show host participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony for Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon, and had wife Nancy Juvonen and their two daughters, 3-year-old Winnie and 2-year-old Frances, there to support him.

Needless to say, the toddlers stole the show as they clapped, waved and wiggled in their parents' arms. At one point, Frances noticed that her grandfather was in the crowd and adorably yelled out for him.

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Fallon made a small speech before cutting the ribbon, telling the crowd, "As a kid from upstate New York, I never imagined I'd even be a talk show host, let alone have my own ride."

The 42-year-old Saturday Night Live alum also included his wife and kids in Race Through New York, and told ET's Jennifer Peros that it's his "favorite part" of the ride.

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"It looks like they're really there," he shares. "It's pretty cute."

Blake Shelton has already been on the ride and made jokes the entire time he rode it with Fallon. Check out the country crooner's quips and how he called out girlfriend Gwen Stefani: