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Cousins Scott and Grace are the true stars of this year's Late Late Toy Show thanks to his priceless gift

Super emotional stuff.

SO, THERE WAS a bit of a twist with this year’s Late Late Toy Show.

During the show, Ryan teased that one house would be getting a very special delivery of toys. Those at the end receiving end of the gifts were Grace and Scott in Athlone.

Here’s Jake Carter making his grand entrance with the swag.

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Grace and Scott aren’t just any kids, mind. You see, Grace was diagnosed with Leukemia, and needed a bone marrow transplant.

Cousin Scott stepped in to save the day, and this time last year, the transplant was made. Yeah, it’s fair to say they both deserved the treat after that. 

Their mams were in the audience, none the wiser to all the excitement. They were even more surprised when Ryan revealed that the kids were actually in studio, as Ryan had a few more surprises for them.

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When asked why Scott decided to give the transplant to Grace, he simply said: 

I wanted to save her life.”

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Needless to say, everyone was bawling.

The lads from the Ireland rugby team decided to treat rugby fan Scott to a look in at the captain’s run before the upcoming game against France. Well deserved. 

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Not only that – himself, Grace and the whole family are heading to Orlando, Florida courtesy of the Late Late Show.

Ah, trust the Toy Show to give you the warm and fuzzies. You can watch the clip back by clicking here – just make sure you have some tissues handy.

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