Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson jokes that fans are 'bigger than Kevin Hart' while accepting Kids' Choice Award

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson can't help but poke fun at his friend.

On Saturday, Johnson was awarded favorite movie actor at the Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards, and in his acceptance speech, he playfully jabbed his good pal Kevin Hart, joking about his height.

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"Hey, kids all around the world, I want to say thank you so much from the bottom of my heart for voting for me. And I also want to thank and commend the Kids' Choice Awards for using this broadcast to raise really critical awareness for child hunger," said Johnson, 48, over a video chat, per E! News. "So, well done to you guys."

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson playfully poked fun at his 'Jumanji' co-star Kevin Hart.

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson playfully poked fun at his 'Jumanji' co-star Kevin Hart. (Getty Images)

The actor then brought up his "Jumanji: The Next Level" co-star.

"I want you to stay positive; I want you to stay happy; I want you to stay healthy; I want you to go to bed tonight feeling great," Johnson joked. "Because however old you are, around the world, just know that you are still bigger than Kevin Hart."

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Johnson added: "I love you guys."

The actor bagged the award for his work in both "Jumanji" and "Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw."

Dwayne Johnson won the award for favorite movie actor.

Dwayne Johnson won the award for favorite movie actor. (Nickelodeon)

John teased future appearances of his character from the films, telling fans they'll "see more Hobbs [from 'Fast & Furious] and more Dr. Smolder Bravestone [from 'Jumanji'] coming soon."

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The awards broadcast also served as an event to raise awareness of child hunger, as Johnson mentioned.  Nickelodeon also donated $1 million to the No Kid Hungry charity.