It was a day of celebration in Leicester, after the city's football team clinched its first ever league title on Monday night.
Watch our special programme on an historic day below:
Leicester City's amazing season has created huge interest around the world, with hundreds of journalists and camera crews descending on the city from across the globe.
Our Correspondent Andy Bevan has been taking a look - and speaking to fans in far-flung places who've watched with pride, as their club became an internet sensation.
The M69 Southbound is closed after a crash involving two lorries and a car between M1 J21 / A563 (Leicester) and J1 A5 (Hinckley / Nuneaton).
From Jamie Vardy's house, to the pubs, to the streets of Leicester - the last 24 hours has been quite a party!
Here is how the city of Leicester celebrated winning the Premier League - condensed into 50 seconds:
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Leicester's mayor Sir Peter Soulsby has welcomed his team's Premier League win, saying it will bring renewed interest to what is "probably the most diverse city anywhere in Europe".
"People will want to know about the city where this amazing team comes from," he told ITV News.
"It's an opportunity for us to tell them about our very proud city."
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Pupils at Glen Hills primary school have cheered Leicester City's Premier League win from their school playground, chanting and waving the team's distinctive blue scarves.
ITV News correspondent Ben Chapman caught the scene:
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