WATCH: The heartwarming moment featuring a boy who saved his cousin's life was the highlight of the Toy Show
We feel confident in saying that this moment reduced almost everyone to tears.
Last night's Late Late Toy Show was definitely a successful one.
Everyone who watched seem to enjoy themselves throughout, but there was some stand out moments too.
All in all, it was a class show.
But one moment stood out above the rest in terms of how emotional it made us.
And that moment was between two cousins - Scott and Grace.
Grace, a six-year-old who was the younger of the two cousins was undergoing bone marrow treatment for leukemia this time last year.
Her eight-year-old cousin, Scott, gave her the bone marrow transplant.
When asked by Ryan Tubridy why he did such a thing, Scott replied: "I wanted to save her life."
And from that moment onward, the entirety of Ireland had a tear in their eye...
It got better from there too.
Scott, who is a massive rugby fan, was greeted by Rob Kearney, Tadhg Furlong and Sean O'Brien, fresh off the back of their mammoth victory against New Zealand.
Rob Kearney, with his arm around Scott's shoulder said: "People call us heroes on the rugby field, but you're the real hero son."
Have a look for yourself here:
— RTÉ Rugby (@RTErugby) November 30, 2018
It really was a lovely moment.
The Irish rugby team also gave him tickets to their Six Nations game against France, and invited him to an exclusive training session, and gave him an Irish jersey signed by the team.
A well-deserved reward for young Scott's bravery.
And naturally, Grace was invited too.