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We had all kinds of emotional shocks on Tuesday morning, after nurse Beth Porch of the Great Ormond Street hospital was surprised by the musical hero Danny Jones.

The McFly artist appeared on Good Morning Britain when the nurse performed her It´s All About You success on this morning's show, after she went viral and did it for one of her sick patients this week.

She was nicknamed having "the voice of an angel" when she was filmed singing and playing a ukulele for Artie Vickerage, three, who is being treated for an aggressive form of cancer.

The boy was diagnosed with Burkitt lymphoma, and has been in bed for three weeks and has not been able to leave his room for seven.

Appearing in today's ITV program, Beth talked about his work and the joy that music can bring to patients.

After picking up a ukulele, she "makes the rounds" of the room, adding that when "it is a slower day" she can sing for those who are sick.

Beth appeared alongside Artie's mother, Gemma (Image: Characteristics of Rex)
Danny surprised her halfway through the song (Image: Rex Features)

Gemma, Artie's mother, added to Beth's song: "He has been trapped in a room for seven weeks, so it can be very boring for him."

"I was hypnotized."

After recording Beth singing for her son, Gemma decided to share it with the world, and Beth said the reaction has been surreal.

"I think it was when Tom Fletcher himself retweeted and shared it … the fact that he has heard me sing is crazy," Beth said.

He added: "It's so strange that it's hard to keep track of who has seen it."

He observed the effect of live music when he said today: "Children are fascinated and having that person in the room with them … is great for their development."

When he started singing It´s All About You for the audience, he was surprised by Danny, who appeared on the set and started singing in the choir.

Beth barely lost his rhythm and then said, "What am I supposed to do? I was going to harmonize at some point …"

Speaking about the effect the song had, Danny noted: "This was a Valentine's gift from Tom to his wife. He is on the moon to see how people sing it and where it has gone.

"Those moments for me, having a child by myself, singing to Cooper is something very special."

Beth added: "Music speaks to your soul, when families go through a difficult time in their lives."

However, there was a warning about Beth playing that song again, as Danny said: "Never sing that song without me again."

He was joking, of course, and added that he wanted to make sure he was there next time to sing it with her.

She said: "If you're ready for a duet …"

Understandably, the viewers were excited, as many threw themselves on Twitter to share the fact that they were now watching television with tears running down their faces.

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Same.

"[In] Tears this morning, "wrote one." Beth you are amazing, it is not surprising that you are a nurse and how beautiful is the person who takes care of our children. "

Plus: Good morning brittany

& # 39; The world needs more people like you. Sending love to the young man.

Another added: "I am so emotional. What a beautiful thing to do. Your singing is lovely, it brought tears to my eyes.

"Children are lucky to have such a good nurse."

Good morning, Britain returns at 6 am on ITV.


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