Jimmy Fallon inaugurated a new thrilling adventure ride called the Race Through New York at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida on Thursday (6 April). While he appeared excited during the colourful event, it was his adorable little daughter who stole the show with her cute dance moves.
Fallon was accompanied by his wife Nancy Juvonen, his two daughters and parents at the event. The talk show host's three-year-old daughter Winnie Rose, however, grabbed the spotlight as she suddenly started dancing to the music at the opening of the ride. The 42-year-old American comedian soon joined his daughter.
The adorable father-daughter dancing video melted hearts of The Tonight Show fans.
"Awww...@jimmyfallon dancing with his oldest daughter Winnie is the cutest thing the Internet will see all day," one fan tweeted.
"His daughter already has his sense of humour. Congrats to the best cab driver lol @jimmyfallon wish I caught this ride when I went," wrote another. "Watching @jimmyfallon dance with his daughter may have been one of the cutest things I've ever seen."
Here are few fan tweets in response to the adorable video:
Fallon later gave a heartfelt speech as he gushed about the new Universal ride dedicated to him. "I can't believe this is really happening. We have been working on this ride for three years. We have a Tonight Show ride. This is really happening," he told the audience while he and wife Nancy held their daughters Frances and Winnie.
"The Tonight Show is all about fun and positivity and laughter and putting a smile on your face, and that is what this ride if all about. I'm so proud of it," he continued. "As a kid from upstate New York, I never managed I would be a talk show host let alone have my own ride. It goes to show that if you keep dreaming big anything is possible."
Fallon ended his short speech saying, "Like life, this ride is unpredictable, fast and should be the most fun, I wish u all the smiles and all the fun u can have."