THE One Show viewers all has the same thing to say about Harry Potter star Tom Felton after an emotional interview.
The 34-year-old actor appeared on Tuesday's edition of the BBC One programme to talk about his new film, Save The Cinema.
Tom – who played Draco Malfoy in the hit Harry Potter film franchise – stars alongside Samantha Morton and Jonathan Pryce in the movie, which follows a Welsh hairdresser as she tries to save her local theatre from closure.
Along with the help of a local councilor, the woman reaches out to Hollywood director Steven Spielberg and secures a special premiere for Jurassic Park.
Tom plays Richard Goodridge – a kind-hearted postman – and after chatting about his role via video link on The One Show, the presenters then introduced the real Richard and his video message.
Tom was taken aback to see him, and became emotional as Richard paid tribute to his portrayal of him and the work the whole cast had done on the film.
He then rounded off by holding up a medal from the Mayor which he wanted to gift to Tom, who looked stunned.
After Richard's message ended, host Lauren Laverne held up the medal sent by Richard and showed viewers how it had been inscribed on the back for Tom.
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The actor replied: "That's unreal, that definitely caught me by surprise."
Viewers loved the moment and Tom's sweet reaction to the surprise.
Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "awww his reaction is soo cute , he was well cuffed and surprised, can't wait to see him in the film , so proud of @TomFelton."
Another added: "Tom's face when he saw the medal made my heart happy. It's beautiful to see how people love him, how appreciated he is. This is what Tom deserves, what a beautiful soul.
"Very proud of you"
"@TomFelton just know that we're very proud of you. Keep smiling, love you darling xx."
A third tweeted: "He is so humble. I made this of a few screen captures i did I got a bit emotional watching this. So proud of him."
Meanwhile a fourth shared: "I'm so proud of him. This moment is so wholesome. And his reaction of pure surprise. He truly deserves it Congratulations
Save The Cinema is released on Friday, January 14.
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