Meet Chick-fil-A employee whose dance moves went viral

ABC News' Steve Osunsami introduces a young man who went viral after someone recorded him working at the drive-thru of a Chick-fil-A in North Carolina.
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And good morning, sunshine. We are launching a new series this morning featuring people who bring a little sunshine into our lives. We're kicking it off with a young man who went viral after someone recorded him working at the drive-through of a Chick-fil-A in North Carolina so Steve osunsami, he went to meet him in person. Hello, welcome to Chick-fil-A. Reporter: Meet the great guy in the Chick-fil-A drive-through who is saying -- Good morning, sunshine. How may I serve you today? Reporter: At the restaurant he works at in Wilmington, south Carolina, Jeremiah Murrill is always bringing the joy. We have American cheese, Colby jack -- American cheese. What was your beverage today? Reporter: When 500,000 people saw him on the job in this video posted on Facebook -- How many would you like today? Two. We have that just for you and how else may I serve you? Reporter: It made him possibly the most famous drive-through worker in the world. One and two. Have an awesome day ahead. Thank you all for choosing Chick-fil-A. Reporter: One of his regulars la Toya Lyles who record the it on her cell phone and made him a I think he was shocked. He didn't know he was loved as much as he was. Sometimes we go in everyday life just being us, not knowing the effect we have on other people. Reporter: He works here with his brothers and sisters who all sing this song. Chick-fil-A This is Jeremiah speaking. It's a pleasure. Have a great day. Reporter: His boss got emotional tells us Jeremiah is the sunshine in the day every There's been times that I've come to work and I got a lot of things on my mind. He comes up, he knows it and he's like, Mike, it's going to be a great day today. Reporter: This 20-year-old hopes one day to run a restaurant of his own. Happy Wednesday. Reporter: He says his super extra positivity all started after one day when he was able to talk a customer out of ending her own life. This never happened to me before. I had no idea how to respond. I stayed calm and I was like, you know what, let me talk to her and make sure this doesn't happen. Little moments like a smile can really change a day. We're in such an environment where everything is so negative and, you know, people are yelling at each other on Facebook and calling each other names and so then to pull into a drive-through and have a guy be this cheery, you know -- We grew up with Superman and Batman and always doing the right thing no matter what. That kind of drives me. I'm a superhero but with an invisible cape. Reporter: A superhero who this morning's good morning, sunshine. For "Good morning America," Steve osunsami, ABC news, Wilmington, North Carolina. Thank you for Jeremiah for bringing sunshine into everyone's lives. If you know someone who brings sunshine to your life or your community we want to hear about them as well. Send us your nomination on our website.

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