NICK Knowles presented an extra emotional edition of DIY SOS this week as they joined forces with Children in Need.
The DIY SOS host teamed up with a whole host of Radio 2 presenters to help the lives of the community called the Getaway girls.
The show was part of a BBC Children in Need special, and led to Nick having an emotional moment during the episode.
Nick and his DIY SOS team took on the challenge of transforming the home of Leeds' Getaway Girls.
At the end, Nick praised the efforts of the team and said that for the last 35 years Getaway Girls has been making sure "women in this area feel empowered and safe."
He said: "But there was such a need for the work they did, that they had outgrown their premises and there was no way that they could find new premises. Well that was until all this lot turned up.
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"It's important our young people feel empowered and safe, maybe there's someone you can help."
After explaining the details of how to donate to the Children in Need fund, the presenter declared: "Thank you, I am off for a little cry now."
Viewers of the show were also emotional at the story of the charity and took to social media to share their thoughts.
One viewer wrote: "Cried throughout that #DIYSOS (again). Nothing like a wonderful group of people coming together for the greater good, and reinforce a bit of faith in humanity. Such great TV, too. Well done, everyone!"
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Another wrote: "I was hanging in there until you started."
A third praised: "I felt very very proud and emotional to see her and your amazing service still leading your incredible service. Thank you."
A fourth teary eyed viewer added: "DIY SOS Getaway Girls WOW, WOW, WOW… what an emotional roller coaster…blown away by what I have just watched . Safe Spaces for our young people ( boys or girls) are needed in all cities. Nice to see WDH update involved. Nice one."
Children in Need airs this Friday from 7pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer
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