Watch this little girl's reaction to news her adoption is final

VIDEO: Adoption surprise for young Utah girl melting hearts

11 Year Old Teenager Happy For Adoption News At South Jordan, Utah

Watch: Tannah Butterfield speaks about the moment she learned she was being adopted.

Eleven-year-old Tannah Butterfield spent the last two years wishing the judge would make her foster parents her forever parents.

Tannah told KUTV the video captured "the best thing that's ever happened to me".

And then last Monday, Miss Jackie, the office manager at her school, walked in with awesome news.

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"I said, 'You get your forever family, honey, ' and then you see her jump into my arms", Alexander said.

The video has gone viral, being viewed thousands of times online since the glorious day.

Posting the video on Instagram, a day after the Las Vegas massacre, Jackie wrote that the world needed some more "light and joy".

"I had to let people know there's a lot going on in the world, a lot of sadness but you know what? She just held me tight".

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On Oct. 2, Alexander received a phone call from Jen Fisher, Tannah's foster mom, and asked her to share the good news with Tannah that she and her husband, Jeff, would be officially adopting her.

'A dear family I know has been fighting for as long as I can do not forget to adopt three of their foster children that attend our school, ' Alexander shared in an Instagram post.

Butterfield said, "Never, ever give up hope." because she's proof that dreams really do come true.

It is the handsome moment being shared around the world.

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Tannah's soon-to-be mother, Jennifer Fisher, says she's grateful the camera recorded the moment. However, due to shortages of families willing to take in children for adoption, an estimated 23,000 kids age out of foster care without finding a permanent family.

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