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The Academy Awards are upon us, and it
seems fitting to also honor those performances that showcase our favorite
dramatic and comedic actors: our children. Here are some awards that we think
should be recognized:
Performance by a Tiny Hairdresser
Cate Blanchett and her perfect waves are no
match for aspiring beauty vlogger Aubrey Arnold, who sent chills up and down
every parents' spine with her hair-raising portrayal of a kindergartner cutting
her own bangs unsupervised. No doubt directors will be lining up to work with 5-year-old
Arnold in spite of her now unconventional hairstylebecause she's just so
dang cute. Watch the performance here.
Is there anything more heart-wrenching than
a little boy who can't eat his dinner because it's too adorbs? Uttering the
soon-to-be iconic line, "It's just too cute for me to eat," this pint-sized
gourmand absolutely cannot bring himself to eat his meal that looks like a
smiley face. I'd rather watch this than Leo eating bison liver in "The Revenant" any
day. Watch the performance below:
Performance by a Little Activist
The granddaughter of Caprina Harris is not
having any of President Obama leaving office. Crying uncontrollably when she
learns of the President's terming-out, the young girl cries, "I'm not ready.
I'm not ready for a new one!" in a performance that will soon have Jennifer
Lawrence calling for acting tips. The little thespian already has a huge fan—Obama himself commented on her video debut. Watch the performance here.
Performance by an Adorable Artist
The 3-year-old daughter of Australian
mom Amy Hermann showed off her mad skills by turning her 18-month-old sister
into a zebra—with permanent marker. "I love a zebra!" the little Picasso
exclaimed in her star turn as a creative genius. She's a shoe-in for an award
next year if "Zootopia" gets nominated. Watch the performance here.
Performance by The Sweetest Restaurant Critic Ever
In what is the most honest performance this
awards season, this little boy tells it like is when confronted with his dinner
of a Sloppy Joe. "It's poop," he exclaims, a line that is quickly becoming my
favorite quote of all time. I think "The Martian" could have used more dialogue
like this. Watch the performance below:
In this video, 7-year-old John Phillip
Bughaw (aka Balang) gives a performance of a lifetime to Justin Bieber's
"Sorry." Don't be surprised if you see Balang walking the red carpet soon; he's already been on "Ellen." Move over Ryan Gosling, there's a new
heartbreaker in town. Watch the performance below: