Actor Sylvester Stallone could not feel anything but pride after his daughters were recognized as this year's Miss Golden Globes.
The 70-year-old "Rocky" actor said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight that Sophia (20), Sistine (18), and Scarlet (14) should thank their mother, Jennifer Flavin, for raising them properly. He even said that his wife should take all the credits for making them the best.
“I have to give Jennifer all the credit. I'm stunned that life has moved by so quickly, and my daughters turned out so wonderfully," he said.
Sophia is currently studying at the University of Southern California, Sistine is following the footsteps of her mother as a model, and Scarlet is a gifted athlete in their school.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the association behind the Golden Globe Awards, chose the three siblings to perform the task, which is the first time in the history.
"We're thrilled to not only be part of the Golden Globe tradition, but to be making history as the first set of siblings ever chosen for the title and duties," they said. "We are proud to be part of the HFPA family, an organization that multiple times has recognized our father's work in film," the three said in a joint statement.
Their father won Best Supporting Actor for reprising his iconic role as Rocky Balboa in a Rocky spin-off "Creed" starring Michael B. Jordan in last year's Golden Globe.
Last year's Miss Golden Globe is Jamie Foxx's daughter Corinne.