Strictly Come Dancing star Dan Walker left show watchers in tears as he sweetly praised his wife Sarah during Saturday's live show.
It comes after the BBC Breakfast star, 44, was surprised by his three children — Susanna, Chuck and Jessica — during rehearsals with his pro partner Nadiya Bychkova.
Speaking after his Viennese Waltz to Billy Joel's She's Always a Woman, his wife's favourite song, Dan gushed that he "loves her to bits".
Dan said: "Sarah, thankfully here tonight, you saw her come to training this week. I'm going to gush over her for a moment because she is one of those people, the more you know her, the more you love her.
"I've known her and loved her for half of my life, there she is," to which the camera panned on an emotional Sarah.
Dan continued: "She's absolutely amazing and such a special person. I love her to bits, I hope she enjoyed that."
Viewers were left in tears over the sweet moment as they commented that it was a "beautiful thing" to say to his wife.
One person said: "Dan what a beautiful thing to say about your wife #Strictly."
A different account put: "Dan talking about his wife #strictly," followed by crying and heart emojis.
Another follower commented: "Dan paying tribute to his wife was lovely #Strictly," followed by a tearful emoji.
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While a different viewer added: "Dan is making me cry about his wife. #Strictly."
Dan received four sevens from the judges with a total of 28 points for his Viennese Waltz to Billy Joel's She's Always a Woman.
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday nights with the results show on Sundays on BBC One.
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