Carol Kirkwood, 56, appeared on Strictly Come Dancing three years ago and the star had a message of support from a huge star at the time.
The BBC Breakfast presenter was sent a video clip of Bryan Adams, 59, wishing the star good luck on the dance competition.
He told the age-defying beauty: “Carol, just wishing you the best on Strictly.”
The Summer of ’69 singer then added: “I better get back to the washing,” before he walked over to do some washing up.
The video was uploaded on BBC’s Twitter and Carol quickly re-tweeted it, adding the message: “Absolutely love this! Thank you @bryanadams and @BBCBreakfast xxx.”
It’s not the first time she has mentioned Bryan online as she previously wrote: “Wonderful to see @bryanadams on @BBCBreakfast. He is absolutely lovely and for such an amazing talent…so humble!xxx”
And two years ago, the star admitted Bryan is her favourite artist to listen to.
Sharing her tips for looking fresh at such an early hour every day, Carol explained to Express.co.uk in 2016: “In the mornings I have my music on.
“A bit of Bryan Adams my favourite, [I like] singing along. I love music, that’s my passion, it can lift your mood.
“That’s why I’m so perky in the mornings! Plus, I love my job and I’m working with my friends, so what’s not to be perky about?”
Carol, who joined the BBC as a secretary after studying commerce at an Edinburgh college, never set out to become a meteorologist.
She ended up being given presenting roles on BBC radio following advise from a caller during her secretary days.
The stunner said she started to land new jobs after she began to speak more “clearly”.
After marrying property developer Jimmy in 1990, Carol took a break from the media before embarking on her role as a meteorologist.
She now has a regular slot delivering the weather forecast on BBC Breakfast, but Carol admitted there’s more “pressure” to look good on the television.
The weather star, who wakes up at 2.45am to star on the morning show, said she tries her best to be healthy.
She recently spilled to the Radio Times: “I like it if my hair is neat and my make-up is OK and I’m not having a fat day. When you just feel bleurgh.”
Carol said she does attempt to be “healthy” and regularly goes to the gym
She continued: “I didn’t get this figure eating salad. But I go to the gym and I run. I try to be healthy.
“When I put on weight, it’s annoying, but I try to get it off. Perhaps I’m under a little bit more pressure because I’m on the telly.”
BBC Breakfast airs on BBC One at 6am.