Viewers have taken to Twitter to praise Late Late Toy Show "hero" Finn who spoke about battling cancer on Friday night's show.
The inspirational eight-year-old told Ryan he had cancer in 2018 and all he was able to play with in hospital was Lego, with the help of his mum.
When he rang the bell in St John's Ward in Crumlin last year to signal that he was cancer-free, his extended family couldn't be there, so Ryan prompted him to ring a bell of hope for all the other children who are still sick.
Finn took to the task with plenty of gusto, so much so that he broke the bell, but continued on regardless.
Ryan then asked Finn if he would like to go to Denmark and he nonchalantly shrugged. He was soon bowled over by news that he was due to fly to Legoland with his family.
A very well deserved treat for Finn and a beautiful Toy Show moment to remember.
Viewers at home were blown away by the brave eight-year-old.
Finn ringing the bell on the Toy Show absolutely had me in bits 😭 such a lovely thing to do ❤️#LateLateToyShow— Sinead (@Sinead28472811) November 26, 2021
Finn is the new Toy Show legend!! Came out to give Ryan a gift and all!! #LateLateToyShow— Liam Holton (@LiamHoltonDrums) November 26, 2021
Finn's face when he heard about his trip this is why I love the toy show #LateLateToyShow— Lan (@suhglitter) November 26, 2021
Ringing the bell so hard it broke is an A+ Toy Show moment, fair play Finn!! 🔔👏👏👏💜 I hope he has the most amazing Lego holiday there ever was 😆 #LateLateToyShow— Chris (@Chris_afec) November 26, 2021
Segments like this are why The Toy Show is the best TV event of the year. Fantastic. Fighting back tears here.— Ben Kiely (@TheJivemaster) November 26, 2021
Finn is a hero. #LateLateToyShow
Finn winning the toy show hands down— Máirtin Flannery (@BallyMairtin) November 26, 2021
I'm not crying you are #LateLateToyShow
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