Glenn Close brought her dog to the Independent Spirit Awards

Glenn Close brought the most adorable date we've ever seen to an awards show ... her dog.

The 71-year-old actress, who’s been nominated for numerous awards (including an Oscar) for her role in “The Wife,” showed up at Saturday’s Independent Spirit Awards accompanied by the adorable Pip.

Glenn Close (and her pup) made headlines at the 2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards. Getty Images

While Close stunned in a metallic pink pantsuit, Pip rocked his own white fur.

She shared a video of the duo’s car ride to the ceremony, accompanied by Close’s daughter, Annie Starke.

Close and her Havanese pup arrived in style.

Sir Pippin of Beanfield sure knows how to make an entrance. Getty Images

Sir Pippin of Beanfield, as he’s known to his 6,000 Instagram followers, even accompanied Close on stage as she accepted her award for Best Female Lead.

“He’s my date,” said Close, as Pip adorably rolled around on his back on stage.

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Pip stole the show with an adorable back roll. Getty Images

“What’s better than that? I brought him up for this very reason,” said Close, while the audience laughed. “It’s called ‘in the moment.’”

We’ll just have to wait and see if Pip joins Close for tonight’s Oscars!