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Sylvester Stallone’s Daughters Just Made Hollywood History

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The Golden Globes will have three times the dazzle thanks to Sylvester Stallone‘s three daughters – Scarlet, 14, Sistine, 18, and Sophia, 20 – who will share the title of Miss Golden Globe for the 2017 awards.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) President Lorenzo Soria made the announcement on Thursday revealing for the first time ever that a trio is receiving the title. The unveiling took place at a star-studded party at Catch in West Hollywood hosted by the HFPA and InStyle, and presented by FIJI Water.

Sophia Stallone said at the event: “On behalf of my sisters and I, we are so thankful for Lorenzo and the Hollywood Foreign Press for making us your Miss Golden Globe 2017 and we’d like to thank our parents for this amazing opportunity as well and we’re really excited to start.”

While their father took home the best supporting actor Golden Globe for reprising his most iconic role in the Rocky spin-off Creed last year, the trio stole the spotlight during awards season due to their stunning looks on the red carpet.

They will follow in the footsteps of other Hollywood legends’ sons and daughters such as Dakota Johnson, Laura Dern and Melanie Griffith, who have previously had the honorable role (and turned into stars themselves). Scarlet, Sistine and Sophia will be tasked with escorting honorees on and off the stage and the responsibility of carrying the statuettes.

Miss Golden Globe 2016 was Jamie Foxx‘s daughter Corinne.

The 70-year-old actor stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show in April to talk about his new show, Strong, but the conversation quickly turned to Stallone’s upcoming 19th anniversary with his wife of 19 years, Jennifer Flavin.

“I basically just keep my mouth shut and don’t cause waves,” he said of living in a household of four women. “Again, she’s fantastic, but it’s all women. Women rule. Even the dogs, they’re female and the one male’s been neutered.”

This article originally appeared on People.com

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