The Oscars 2016

The Oscars 2016

Jacob Tremblay makes a fashionable Oscars debut in Armani


Canadian actor Jacob Tremblay capped off a whirlwind awards season by once again stealing hearts at the 2016 Oscars. The adorable nine-year-old walked his first Academy Awards red carpet with his proud parents Jason and Christina.

Ahead of the ceremony the young Room star shared a glimpse of his Armani suit, posting a photo on Instagram of the family en-route. "In the car! #Oscars," he wrote.

Looking sharp at the glittering event, Jacob had no problem navigating the long press line and shone in front of the hundreds of shutterbugs taking his picture.



"In the car! #Oscars," wrote Jacob Tremblay

There was some speculation that the Vancouver native would wear the replica Star Wars rebel flight suit that he received as a gift from Ellen DeGeneres. The actor was thrilled to receive the fancy outfit, complete with bow tie, during an appearance on the talk show and even promised the host that he would wear it come Oscars night.

Even without the uniform, Jacob had no problem standing out amongst Hollywood's most stylish stars – even if his point of view on the carpet is mostly legs, as the pint-sized star adorably explained to Ryan Seacrest.


The young Room star looked dapper in an Armani suit

After walking the red carpet the actor headed inside to prepare for his role as a show presenter. In addition to handing out a trophy, Jacob will be on the edge of his seat waiting to find out if his Room co-star Brie Larson comes out on top in the Best Actress category.

Should Brie win she'll be sure to thank her on-screen son, whom she credits for keeping her sane during the past couple of months. "I could not have made the movie without him and I could not get through this whirlwind press experience without him," the actress revealed to eTalk. "He is my rock."

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