Former child star Ke Huy Quan reunites with Harrison Ford following big win at Oscars

In a nostalgic moment on stage at this year's Oscars, former child star Ke Huy Quan and Harrison Ford reunited following the former's big win - and fans just can't get enough of seeing the duo back together! Now, the 95th installment of the prestigious Academy Awards played host to some incredible moments. Our favorite movie entertainers gathered together to celebrate all that the past year has had to offer, from Michelle Yeoh's history-making achievement all the way to Jamie Lee Curtis' first-time win at the event. In between, we were also treated to some emotional performances from the likes of Rihanna, who paid a beautiful tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman via her rendition of 'Lift Me Up' from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, as well as Lady Gaga, who dedicated her emotional performance of 'Hold My Hand' to the late Top Gun director Tony Scott. While there were some great moments throughout the night, there's one that seemed to stand out from the rest and it's bound to delight some Indiana Jones fans.

Ke Huy Quan, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his amazing performance in Everything Everywhere All At Once, reunited with his former co-star, Harrison Ford. The pair acted alongside each other in Steven Spielberg's 1984 classic, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. When presenting the award for Best Picture to the entire cast and crew of Everything Everywhere All at Once, Quan and Ford reunited with a hug on the global stage -- their excitement clearly visible on their faces. And of course, the moment became an immediate talking point online. "This is actually my favorite moment of the night," wrote one user, while a second added: "Oh my god, Ke Huy Quan immediately running up and hugging Harrison Ford" with sobbing face emojis. A third added that the moment made them cry: "KE HUY QUAN AND HARRISON FORD HUG ON STAGE IM CRYING."

Earlier on in the night, Quan headed to the stage after he was named the winner of the coveted Best Supporting Actor award, telling the audience in attendance how thankful he was to receive such an honor. "Thank you! My mom is 84 years old and she’s at home watching. Mom! I just won an Oscar," he stated, holding up his award. "My journey started on a boat. I spent a year in a refugee camp and somehow I ended up here on Hollywood’s biggest stage," the actor continued. "They say stories like this only happens in the movies. I cannot believe it’s happening to me. This, this is the American dream. "Thank you so much. Thank you so much to the Academy for this honor of a lifetime. Thank you to my mum for the sacrifices she made to get me here. To my little brother, David, who calls me every day just to remind me to take good care of myself. I love you, brother! "Thank you to Kendall for all your support and everything you’ve done. Thank you to A24, the Daniels, Jonathan, Jamie, Michelle and, my brother for life, Jeff Cohen." Quan then talked about the positive influence his wife had on his career: "I owe everything to the love of my life. My wife who month after month, year after year, for 20 years, told me that one day, one day, my time will come. "Dreams are something you have to believe in. I almost gave up on mine. To all of you out there, please keep your dreams alive. Thank you! Thank you for so much for welcoming me back!"
While the actor's speech was emotional, the adorable moment between him and Ford will go down in history as one of the most heartwarming interactions we've seen at the event.

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