Aaron Paul snagged the Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, but the only thing cuter than his humility, was his love for fiancee Lauren Parsekian.
Paul, who won for the role of "Breaking Bad" lovable badboy Jesse Pinkman, was shocked when his name was called.
"Oh my God," he said when taking the Emmy stage Sunday night. "I truly didn’t even attempt to prepare a speech - I can’t believe I’m standing on this stage."
Paul beat out "Breaking Bad" co-star Giancarlo Esposito, Jared Harris from "Mad Men," last year's winner Peter Dinklage from "Game Of Thrones" and Brendan Coyle and Jim Carter from "Downton Abbey."
At the end of his speech, he mentioned his fiancee.
"Last but certainly not least," he said, continuing on to thank his "beautiful, inspiring fiancee," Lauren Parsekian, according to CNN. "Thank you so much for looking at me the way that you do, you truly saved me."
The beautiful couple had heads turning as they walked down the Emmy red carpet.
She was thrilled to be there to support her man.
The 33-year-old "Breaking Bad" actor got engaged to Parsekian, activist and co-founder of the Kind Campaign for bullied girls, in Paris in January. The two plan to marry in Malibu on May 26, 2013, according to Us Weekly.
Although the nuptials are less than a year away, Paul doesn't seem to be getting pre-wedding jitters.
"She's the greatest thing that's ever happened to me," he told People magazine. "[I'm not nervous] at all." He says. "I'm just so blessed."
"She's the greatest woman that has ever existed. No offense to other women on this planet, but she is hands down the best," he told GQ for the August issue of the magazine.
The actor met the 24-year-old beauty at the Coachella Music Festival.
"We'd met at Coachella [the California music festival], became friends," he previously told People. "And then a year later, we fell in love at Coachella. We ran off together at Coachella. You know, first kiss on the Ferris wheel sort of thing." Adding, "You know when people say, 'When you know, you know?' It was crazy. Even leading up to the kiss on the Ferris wheel, I couldn't imagine myself being without her. … I was like, 'Wait, can this actually exist?'"