Good Morning Britain viewers were left in tears on Wednesday morning when they tuned in to see a touching moment between Susanna Reid and a guest on the show.
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Susanna and her co-host Ed Balls welcomed Amelia Anisovych onto the programme, the seven-year-old Ukrainian girl who went viral after singing Frozen's Let It Go from a bomb shelter back in March.
WATCH: GMB's Susanna Reid embraces guest in touching segment
The young child, who was joined by her mother Lilia, impressed the two presenters with a moving performance of the famous Disney song in three different languages.
Approaching the end of the chorus, she seemed to forget the last line. Susanna prompted her, quietly singing: "The cold never bothered me anyway," before giving her a round of applause.
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The 51-year-old praised the seven-year-old, saying: "Well done! Amelia, that was absolutely beautiful," before reaching her arms out towards her and bringing her onto her knee for a cuddle.
Viewers were in tears over the moving segment
In a heartwarming moment, Amelia curled up into Susanna and placed her head into the crook of her neck as the presenter said: "You're a superstar. It's so good to see you again."
Viewers took to Twitter to comment on the moving segment, with one person writing: "How very touching to see Amelia from Ukraine sing Frozen in three languages this morning #GMB #notadryeyeinthehouse. I promise we will never forget," while another tweeted: "Not me crying before 8am at a little Ukrainian girl singing Let It Go on #GMB. Too early for this."
Amelia gave Susanna a hug at the end of her song
A third person shared a photo of Amelia on Susanna's lap alongside the caption: "#GMB @susannareid100. This picture melts my heart, such a beautiful, natural picture."
The GMB host first interviewed the little girl back in April when she travelled to the Polish-Ukrainian border for a special edition of the ITV show and was praised for her coverage of the Russia-Ukraine war.
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