Ryan Tubridy took to Instagram immediately to applaud ‘Ireland at its finest’ after individuals across the nation accomplished climbs.
Events had been held throughout the nation to permit individuals to stroll in solidarity with Charlie Bird.
Celebrities from throughout Ireland joined the veteran broadcaster as he climbed Croagh Patrick in help of Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association and psychological well being charity Pieta.
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Charlie Bird’s look on the Late Late Show in December captured the hearts of the nation, when he opened up about his battle with Motor Neurone illness.
The 72-year-old was cheered on by family and friends when he reached the highest of the summit immediately.
Ryan Tubridy documented the “powerful” climb for those who weren’t capable of make it.
The host thanked the general public for coming collectively and creating one thing so particular.
He mentioned: “It has been amazing. It’s been powerful. It’s been emotional. It’s been difficult.
“That was not a straightforward climb however thanks Charlie.
“We got to the top of Croagh Patrick. We’re thinking of our friends in Ukraine. We’re thinking about the great Irish people and of course Charlie Bird, Vicky Phelan.
“This is what it is all about. Thanks to all people I’ve met arising the mountain immediately.
“Thanks to everybody who has been donating.
“It’s crossed the a million euro threshold for Pieta and Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association.
“This is Ireland at its best.”
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