And the Oscar for Best Supporting role goes to … mom!
These stars strutted the red carpet with their family members and we can’t get over the cuteness.
Bradley Cooper and mother Gloria Campano
Cooper arrived to the carpet arm and arm with his mother, Gloria Campano.
This was no surprise because Cooper has brought his mother to multiple major red carpet events, including in 2019 when Cooper's director-debut movie "A Star is Born" received eight Oscar nominations.
Jude Hill and mother Shauneen Hill
The 11-year-old ‘Belfast’ actor brought his mother Shauneen Hill to the red carpet and our hearts melted.
"Belfast" is nominated for seven Oscars this year.
Shaun White and mother Cathy White
From the Winter Olympics to the Oscars, White is trading the halfpipe for the red carpet, and he has brought his mother Cathy White along.
White has competed in five Winter Olympics and announced his retirements at the 2022 Beijing Games.
Questlove and mother Jacquelin Thompson
Ahmir Khalib Thompson, known as musician Questlove, may be trading in his drum set for a gold statue tonight. His film "Summer of Soul" has been nominated for best original documentary at this year's Oscars.
Mother Jacquelin Thompson was there to cheer on her son.
Rita Moreno and daughter Fernanda Luisa Gordon
Moreno, an EGOT winner already, stood with her daughter at the 2022 Oscars.
Moreno made history when she won the Oscar for best supporting actress in 1962 for "West Side Story." Nearly 60 years later, Steven Spielberg's 2021 adaption of "West Side Story" has received seven Oscar nominations, include best picture.
Venus and Serena Williams
Tennis legends and sisters Venus and Serena Williams were on the red carpet tonight together to celebrate the biopic based on their life, “King Richard.”
“King Richard” is nominated for five Oscars, including for Will Smith, who played Williams' father on screen, for Best Actor.
Visit Oscar.com for Oscar 2022 highlights and watch Sunday, March 27, live on ABC at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.