We're used to seeing him clown around with A-list celebrities but nothing beats Jimmy Fallon joking about with his two daughters.
The comedian was joined by his wife, Nancy Juvonen, and their little girls Winnie, three, and Frances, two, for the opening of his new ride at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida on April 6.
As he officially cut the ribbon, the usually composed funnyman became quite choked up as he said: "I wish you all the smiles and the fun you can possibly have."
"As a kid from upstate New York, I never imagined I'd even be a talk show host, let alone have my own ride," he added.
Dubbed the Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon, the 42-year-old admitted the project was a labour of love which took three years to come to fruition.
And while we're sure the theme park ride will be a smash it, it was the star's daughter's double-act that stole the show.
The blonde cherubs danced, giggled and clapped their way through the event, winning a whole new legion of fans.
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Jimmy and Nancy welcomed both of their kids via a surrogate.
In the past, the host has described their fertility struggle as "awful."
"We tried for a long time, for five years. I know people have tried much longer, but if there's anyone out there who is trying and they're just losing hope, just hang in there," Jimmy has said.
Since welcoming their children, Jimmy says he adores being a dad.
"I thought I’d never be that annoying person [who shares pictures of his kids], but as soon as Winnie was born, I was showing iPhone snaps to a cab driver," he admitted to Parents.
In fact, the New York native even released a hilarious kids book called Your Baby's First Word Will Be Dada.