Sarah Harris broke down in tears live on Studio 10 on Monday as she farewelled her colleague Jonathan 'Jono' Coleman, who died on Friday at the age of 65.
The 39-year-old clutched a tissue and struggled to speak as she addressed viewers shortly after 8am while paying tribute to the late TV and radio legend.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Sarah, who had worked with Jono since Studio 10's launch in 2013, was also comforted by her co-hosts Beau Ryan and Tristan MacManus.
Emotional: Sarah Harris broke down in tears live on Studio 10 on Monday as she farewelled her colleague Jonathan 'Jono' Coleman, who died on Friday aged 65. Right: Tristan MacManus
'It's a very special show today, full of tears but no doubt full of laughs as well,' Tristan said at the start of the four-hour program.
Wiping away tears, Sarah added: 'Sorry, I thought I'd get further into the show [before crying]. It's a hard day for everyone here at Studio 10.
'We lost our really beautiful mate on Friday night, Jono Coleman. He was an absolute legend of TV and radio.
'But more than that, he was just a beautiful husband - he adored [his wife] Margot - he was a beautiful dad, and he was our mate.'