DRAGONS' Den star Sara Davies was reduced to tears in the most emotional moment ever' on the BBC show.
The Hartlepool-born entrepreneur, 38, became the show's youngest ever Dragon at 35 when she replaced Jenny Campbell in the 17th series, which aired in August 2019.
In one episode from her first year on the show, Sara was left in tears alongside Touker Suleyman as they listened to entrepreneur Will Chew's heart-breaking pitch.
Will wanted an investment of £50,000 funding and support for his brand Mak Tok’s Authentic Chilli Pastes – inspired by his mothers own recipe.
He told the Dragons how he missed his mother's cooking and Malaysian chilli paste while he studied in the UK, so she sent him some ingredients to make his own.
It struck a chord with Sara when she asked him why he had come on the show.
Read more on Sara Davies
Inside Strictly’s Sara Davies incredible motorhome as she goes camping with sons
The One Show viewers have the same complaint about Dragons’ Den’s Sara Davies
Will said: "Your expertise and your contacts. I suffer from social anxiety, so I'm not the best person to go out there and talk to people and I'm not great at phoning up people. I get really, really scared to do that.
"But what I can do is stand in front of people and tell people about my product and my little story."
The Dragons chose not to invest in the business – but Sara did. As she welled up, she told him: "I just think someone needs to give you that break."
She then offered him all of the money – £50,000 – for a third of the business, rather than the 20 percent Will had originally offered.
Most read in TV
Iain Stirling shuts down bizarre question on 'texting' Love Island's Maya Jama
Dancing On Ice storm as Ekin Su's outfit sparks Ofcom complaints from angry fans
Popular Netflix show cancelled after just one series – leaving fans gutted
Maya Jama lined up for major Love Island deal after incredible show debut
The Dragons' Den star has now shared her "most emotional moment ever" on the show with fans on TikTok – with the video getting over 600k views and over 41k likes.
She wrote: "Who remembers this emotional @Mak Tok pitch?! #dragonsden #dragonsdenhistory #dragonsdentiktok."
Fans were quick to comment as they recalled the heart-warming episode that aired in 2021.
One wrote: "I love when Dragons Den becomes emotional, this season has been so so good, one of my favourites yet, all the dragons are great and Steven is a great."
Another commented: "I remember watching this and I was crying too!"
A third gushed: "Sara has been the only dragon with a heart and felt more real my fave."
Dragons' Den is available on BBC iPlayer.
Source: Read Full Article