Before the 2017 Emmys even started, we knew it was about to be an amazing night for the Stranger Things kids.
We've watched the young cast of the Netflix thriller—which was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series—Millie Bobby Brown, Caleb McLaughlin, Gaten Matarazzo, Finn Wolfhard and Noah Schnapp have the best time ever throughout the 2017 awards season, smiling up and down the SAG carpet and taking selfies backstage with pretty much everyone at the Golden Globes.
And tonight was no different.
From the very start, Matarazzo and McLaughlin had us smiling with their pre-Emmys social media updates.
Matarazzo made sure to break in his dancing shoes by doing a little moonwalk in his hotel hallway ahead of the big night.
McLaughlin, on the other hand, gave his fans and followers a preview of his fashionable, purple floral suit jacket and ensemble as he got ready.
But the best moment of their pre-Emmys posts was when the two co-stars finally met up with each other and stopped to have a little dance off.
"My Brooooooooooothhhhheeeeerrrrr," McLaughlin captioned the dancing boomerang, adding the hashtags, "#Emmys2017#Emmys."
Of course, once they hit the red carpet, things got even better.
Jason Kennedy chatted with Brown on E!'s Live From the Red Carpet ahead of the show. The 13-year-old was nominated in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series category. Though she didn't end up winning (Ann Dowd took home the trophy for her role in The Handmaid's Tale), it was still a very impressive nod as she was one of the youngest nominees ever.
"To me, I'm obviously very grateful," Brown told us of her nomination before the show. "I haven't processed it. It hasn't sunk in. I think it should've by now but it still hasn't. Maybe when I set in my chair, and I realize. Right now, it's pretty surreal."
Once inside the Microsoft Theater, the kids continued to have fun.
Matarazzo snuck in a selfie with Wolfhard, making funny faces for the camera with the caption, "Waiting for the show to start."
Of course, after the show comes the after party, and the kids certainly made sure to have fun.
In fact, our television dreams came true when the kids of Stranger Things and the kids of This Is Us came together to share one epic moment on the dance floor.
Lonnie Chavis shared a video of them getting "turnt" while jumping around and dancing together. Too cute!
Check out more fun moments of the Stranger Things kids enjoying all the 2017 award shows below: