A little boy from Coventry stole the show during This Morning’s 10th anniversary celebrations.
Archie, who starred in a viral video that had James Cordon in tears, had audiences in hysterics when he crawled across the floor during a performance of You’ve Got A Friend In Me.
Ant and Dec, who had joined Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby for their special edition of the breakfast show, ended up chasing the cheeky chappy before dragging him back to his place by his legs.
Five-year-old Archie, who has Down’s Syndrome, and his mum Rebecca Carless were one of four Coventry families who touched the nation when they released a carpool karaoke style video of the song A Thousand Years.
A total of 50 mums and their children from across the country made the emotional video, which has had almost 6 million hits on YouTube, using Makaton – a form of sign language.
Stars of the video, who are members of the charity Wouldn’t Change A Thing, were invited on This Morning to recreate an amazing moment from last year when the presenters sang along with kids and parents to You’ve Got A Friend In Me.
But it was little Archie who stole the show this time as he laid down in front of the rest of the children and parents while they were singing, reports MirrorOnline.
As gatecrasher Ant went to pick him up, the little boy crawled away resulting in a touching moment which saw the comedy duo try and catch him.
Realising he wasn’t coming back of his own accord, Ant and Dec then grabbed a foot each and dragged Archie back across the studio.
This Morning viewers took to Twitter after watching the amazing moment.
One fan said: “Oh my gosh that little boy crawling on the floor and @antanddec crawling with him.”
“Omg did ant and Dec just pull that kid across the floor with his feet,” added another.
A third said: “What an amazing kid! Rules? What rules.”
“Absolutely lost it at @antanddec pulling that little one across the floor,” said a fourth.
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