Behind-the-Scenes in 'ToddleWood' (VIDEO)
Kids play dress-up and impersonate their favorite Golden Globes stars.
Just like the adult A-listers, these adolescent tiny tots have mastered the art of walking the red carpet.
In a behind-the-scenes video of the "ToddleWood" photo shoot, created by New York-based artist Tricia Messeroux and designer Andrea Pitter, we get a glimpse at how these celeb mini-me's were able to imitate some of the most memorable looks from the 2013 Golden Globes, including Anne Hathaway and Halle Berry.
As the kids play dress-up, they take careful note of how the celebs playfully strike a pose for the snapshots by looking at photos from the big night on an iPad, while Messeroux directs and Pitter performs a few style nips and tucks to get the frames just right.
For the ladies, it's important to practice their Miss America wave, as the fellas shout out cute one-liners to get into character.
"It’s nothing but fun,” Messeroux told Celebuzz of the shoot. “We get hair and makeup and go crazy!”
The main goal of Toddlewood is to put on a larger-than-life scale dress-up party and “transform them to look like grown-ups,” Messeroux said.
“The kids just love it. They have so much fun,” she added. “It’s like a play date for them and they have a ball.”
This isn’t the first year the tiny tots have donned couture to playfully pose like their favorite celebrities.
She started the award show craze in 2012 for the Globes and Academy Awards and also plans on coming up with a fun concept for this year’s Oscars.
Watch the video above to get the style secret behind recreating the best dressed celebs from the 2013 Golden Globes red carpet.