During Wednesday's visit to The Tonight Show, Dwayne Johnson's mom stole the spotlight from her son and it's adorable!
In the middle of an interview to promote his new series Young Rock, host Jimmy Fallon recalled a time when he had met Johnson's mother Ada Johnson, and how he saw her play a ukulele.
The Rock's mom happened to be there that night and had of course, she also had her instrument in hand.
Along with her son, they sang a couple of duets for Fallon including the popular Samoan song called "Savalivali Means Go For a Walk."
The two then sang about their love for Jimmy Fallon, as Fallon completely lost it.
"Mom just crushed by the way," Fallon laughed. "You just stole the interview, by the way. You're a superstar!"
The Rock and his mom explained that every time they go to Hawaii, they visit the grave of Ata's parents and sing in their memory. On Jan. 31, Johnson even shared a video of the two with the following caption:
"We really miss them and my heart is so full of gratitude to be able to have this moment with my mom and my grandparents because life is busy and life moves fast - and these moments don’t come often enough," he said. "When we were leaving my mom said to me, 'I wish they knew how happy I am....' I think they know, ma."