PUBLISHED: 06:22, Fri, Jan 1, 2021 | UPDATED: 06:24, Fri, Jan 1, 2021
In unusual scenes, the British fundraiser was seen floating across the London sky made out of drones. The image, displayed on the BBC, brought joy to many Brits after a difficult year.
Among those impressed were Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan and London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
Piers Morgan tweeted: "‘Tomorrow will be a good day’ - wonderful to see the great @captaintommoore lighting up the skies of London tonight."
Many users agreed, with one replying: "Captain TomInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
We salute thee!
"I'm old enough to remember my grandfathers stories but only old enough to remember why we are able to remember why we're able to to debate in a free world! We must never forget! It's not just about speech, it's about expression!
Piers Morgan paid tribute to Captain Tom Moore after he was honoured in the annual firework display (Image: BBC)
Piers Morgan called the light display 'wonderful' (Image: GETTY)
"Thank you to all of you"
The Mayor of London also joined in on the praise.
He tweeted: "A true national hero. When we all needed a lift during the first lockdown @CaptainTomMoore was there to show us that anything is possible.
"Thank you, Captain Sir Tom. #LondonTogether."
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