Elton John's son Zachary high-fives Bono at an Oscars party

Elton John's two-year-old son is cooler than pretty much everyone else on the planet. You get to be that cool when you high-five Bono at daddy's 2013 Oscar-viewing party.

On Sunday night (Feb. 24), Elton John and David Furnish hosted their AIDS foundation Oscar viewing party in Los Angeles, and they brought their young son, Zachary Furnish-John along to share in the festivities. The toddler -- who of course sported his own mini-tuxedo -- got into the spirit of the event by greeting some of his fathers' biggest guests.

elton-john-son-zachary-high-fives-bono-oscars-2-gi.jpgWhile young Zachary greeted several high-profile partygoers with an especially cute high-five trick, it was a moment with U2 singer Bono that got everyone talking. The Irish musician and humanitarian obviously took some time to hang out with his hosts, giving Zachary plenty of opportunity to perfect his high-five skills.

Thus, with one slap, Zachary managed to incite the jealousy of music fans around the world. It's not everyone who gets to greet Bono like that, after all.

elton-john-son-zachary-high-fives-bono-oscars-3-gi.jpgAlthough a center of attention this year, the little boy may have to share the spotlight at future Oscar parties -- his younger brother, Elijah, was born to a surrogate mother earlier this year.

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