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20 March 2018, 11:24
50 mothers whose children have Down's Syndrome said they are overwhelmed by the support they have received since their video went viral.
The families behind the heartwarming Carpool Karaoke video, which aims to change perception of children with Down's Syndrome, have spoken for the first time on This Morning.
Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield were joined by the families on the daytime show where they expressed their gratitude for the support after the clip went viral.
Shot in the style of James' popular Carpool Karaoke, 50 mothers and their children use Makaton - a form of sign language - to make a heart-warming video.
Keen to learn the routine, Holly and Phil were taught how to sign to Christina Perri's hit, A Thousand Years, which featured in the tribute.
The heartwarming clip had caught the attention of James Corden, who retweeted the clip entitled 50 Mums, 50 Kids, 1 Extra Chromosome, revealing he was left emotional and teary-eyed.
The video also caught the eye of singer Christina Perri who tweeted: "THIS IS THE BEST!!!! I’m so honored they chose my song! My heart is so full!!!"
A mother from Facebook group Designer Genes was the brains behind the video, which has now gone viral with more than 250,000 views.
It was released ahead of World Down's Syndrome Day on March 21st.