Actor Jacob Tremblay, 9, Gives Cutest Ever Acceptance Speech at Critics' Choice Awards

Jacob Tremblay stole the show at the Critics' Choice Awards.

And award for cutest acceptance speech ever goes to...

Nine-year-old Jacob Tremblay, the star of Room, charmed the audience at the Critics' Choice Awards after he was named Best Young Actor on Sunday night.

“This is super cool!” he told the crowd as he stood on a box to speak into the microphone. Actor Bradley James, who was on stage to present the award, helped by tilting the mic towards him.

"This is the best day of my life," Tremblay continued. "I first want to say thank you to all the critics who voted for me. It must be a super hard vote because of all the other great actors in this category.

"I think that us working together made this movie come true. And this award doesn't just go to me for that, it goes to all of you guys as well.”

He delighted the crowd by adding: "And I know where to put this … right on the shelf right beside my Millennium Falcon."

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His co-star Brie Larson won Best Actress just a week after winning the Golden Globe.

Amy Schumer had a Cinderella moment after being named Best Actress In A Comedy. The actress lost her shoe, limped to the podium, then passed the fancy footwear to actress Tracee Ellis Ross.

When she was accepting the MVP Award, she introduced herself as “plus, plus size actress, Amy Schumer.”

While on stage, she talked about Hollywood body politics and how some women need to write their own material in order to appear on screen.

She brought her new boyfriend Ben Hanisch to the awards and smooched him on camera.

Leonardo DiCaprio won Best Actor for his role in The Revenant but accepted the award on video because he's in Europe promoting the film.

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Sylvester Stallone snagged Best Supporting Actor for Creed and immediately thanked the director Ryan Coogler and his co-star, Michael B. Jordan, after failing to thank them during the Golden Globes.

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