GOOD Morning Britain audiences were left sobbing and Susanna Reid resisted tears as she and Piers Morgan paid psychological homage to coronavirus victims.
The ITV breakfast show was applauded for the moving montage, which saw the hosts read out customised eulogies as pictures of everyone was shown on screen.
The 15-minute segment began just after 8am.
With he and Susanna standing either side of a large screen, Piers said: “We passed a horrendous turning point in this country, 100,000 people have actually now died from coronavirus in the UK.”
Susanna included: “Today, we commemorate all those who have actually died and to those who have actually been left behind.
” With their households permission, here are simply some of their stories.”
They shared intimate details about each of the victim’s lives, including their pastimes, their loved ones, and part of their history.
Concluding the piece, Susanna’s voice cracked and she combated tears as she said: “For each name and every story we have actually informed, there are at least 4,000 people who have died with coronavirus in the in 2015.”
Piers added: “We commemorate each and every person who has actually lost their lives to this dreadful infection, might they all rest in peace.”
Moving music then played as more images were shown on screen prior to the program cut to an advertisement break.
It was all excessive for viewers, who flocked to Twitter to share their reaction to the heartbreaking piece.
One fan composed: “Sat in tears watching thank you for providing us a moment to reflect, all of us need to be together on this and get through it.”
Another added: “#GMB just did the saddest sector I have actually ever enjoyed this morning honouring a few of the deaths from Covid.”
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A third tweeted: “Well provided for your very poignant tribute to a small number of individuals this country have actually lost to this pandemic. Considering all the families left.”
Another cried: “Sat on couch sobbing hearing and seeing all the people who have actually passed away. Seeing them deals with makes you understand which’s not even 1% of the quantity that’s died.”
The tribute came one day after it was revealed that the UK’s coronavirus death toll had passed 100,000 – the worst seven-day death toll worldwide.