Joe Wicks revealed today that his popular PE lesson videos have already raised a massive amount of money for the NHS.

The Body Coach is donating all the YouTube ad revenue from his daily exercise videos to the health service amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Dad-of-two Joe, 33, started uploading 30min classes aimed at keeping children fit while they are not in school.

They have consistently attracted hundreds of thousands of live viewers, and millions of catch-up viewers.

Youngsters and adults across the world have been tuning in to his HIIT style lessons while on lockdown from the COVID-19  pandemic.

Joe told hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid that he's raised $100,000 - around £77,000.

"I saw the views and it's unprecedented," he said. "YouTube isn't a massive part of my business, it’s free content, I love sharing it, but obviously with the views comes more ad revenue.

"I saw the number, I was blown away. I haven’t even mentioned it yet but I said that money needs to go somewhere special and the NHS is the right place - it felt right, I'm so proud I'm doing that."

Joe Wicks raises $100,000 for NHS

Joe then asked Piers whether he wanted to know the total amount, to which he said yes.

"So in the past week alone, in the last seven videos, the adsense, is nearly at $100,000 US dollars. That’s incredible.

"Every penny of every workout we do on this school stuff, from now and forever on that channel, all that money is going to the NHS in the UK.

"We are raising money for these workers, which for me is incredible.

“It's almost like a UNICEF Soccer Aid thing - the more we do it, the more we raise. It’s amazing, I'm so proud of that."

The interview came shortly before Joe's daily live lesson, which crashed as 600,000 viewers were tuned in.

Joe came back online after changing the batteries in his camera.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.