Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet's Adorable Kids Make Huge Splash at 'Aquaman' Premiere

Kelly's daughter needed to know if Aquaman was friends with "The Little Mermaid."

Kelly Clarkson's super cute kids took over her show to interview one of their favorite characters, Aquaman.

During "The Kelly Clarkson Show" on Tuesday, Kelly's daughter River, five, and son Remi, three, concocted some burning questions backstage for guest Jason Momoa, the titular lead from the DC comic film.

When Kelly asked them to come onstage, Remi appeared shy, while River ran right into Jason's arms for a big hug and immediately began the hard-hitting questions. "Do you have kids," she whispered into Jason's ear, to which he answered, "Yes, I do have kids" as they all sat down on the sofa together.

After Jason gave a high five to Remi, River needed a little prompting from her mom as she admitted she forgot her question. Kelly helped her mini-me get back on track as River was dying to know if Jason knew "the little mermaid."

"Ahhh, yes, Ariel? She is very sweet, she's very nice" began Jason, adding, "And she's also a red head. I'm gonna teach you about red heads someday," referencing Aquaman's feisty love interest Mera, as Kelly and the audience burst out laughing.

"They're very passionate people," Jason concluded.

River then handed a postcard of a colorful crayon drawing she made for Jason before putting him on the spot with, "Where does Aquaman go to the bathroom?"

Jason threw his hands up in a big circle and exclaimed, "Everywhere!"

River then tried to get her little brother to open up as she said, "Hey, you like Aquaman! You watch it!" but Remi was having a good time just hanging out.

"She's the talker, while he's the sensitive one," said Kelly of her kids as Jason gave the tiny fella a big hug.

It was the sweetest awwww-inducing moment we needed. Watch the video above to have your heart melted.

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