The Oscars was a big night for Diddy.

On Sunday night, the live-action short film he co-produced — “Two Distant Strangers” — won an Academy Award.

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Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions, only the directors of the short – Travon Free and Martin Desmond Roe — were on hand to accept the prize.

But celebrating backstage, Free gave Diddy a ring to share in the joy of the moment.

“I’m so proud of y’all,” Diddy shouted over the video call, to which Free responded, “We did it, baby!”

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Diddy then danced along with the director remotely, getting into the party spirit.

“Two Distant Strangers” tells the story of a Black man stuck in a time loop in which he continuously finds himself killed by a police officer. The short stars Joey Bada$$ and Andrew Howard.