Songwriting couple Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez brought their adorable daughters Katie and Annie along to Sunday's Oscars ceremony — but the girls seem to have gotten an unexpected diss when their parents won for Best Original Song for "Remember Me" from the animated movie Coco.
The married duo thanked the team at Pixar for letting them "be a part of this important celebration of Mexico, music and family," and recognized the wide gender representation at the Oscars this year. Kristen thanked their daughters, who were sitting in the audience, beaming.
"Katie and Annie who are here with us tonight...your love and creativity inspire everything we do," she said.
And then...daddy spoke.
"But this is not for you...this is for my mom who passed away. Everyone who knew her will always remember her," Robert said - to an audience of millions.
This. Is. Not. For. You. Got it girls?
This is the second time the Lopezes won the category. In 2014 they won Best Original Song Oscar for "Let It Go" from Frozen. They also wrote the music for the Broadway musical version of Frozen, now in previews.
Kristen recently told UPI: "Our category is a little nuts. It's really exciting. Bobby and I are taking the girls as our dates. So, for us, just being there with our girls, in the sunshine, in the middle of [Frozen] previews, is going to be such a good, like, lily pad of sanity. We have to go walk a red carpet and dress up, but we're going to just have fun no matter what happens."
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