Most millennials can remember rushing home just to switch on the television and sing along to the Yo-Tv jingle.

Feeling nostalgic?

Let’s help you re-live your happy childhood memories, by reminding you of one of the best child stars who made your afternoons and Saturday mornings memorable.

From Sade Giliberti, Sipho Ngwenya-Psyfo, and Carly Fields, who are all grown up, it really means that time is flying.

Sadly we are or have become the adults we’ve dreamt about while watching our TV screens.

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Here’s a trip down memory lane and a quick update on what your favorite stars are currently doing:

Sade Giliberti

She is a former Yo.TV presenter probably one of the most celebrated presenter’s of her time – Sade Giliberti.

She moved to England a couple of years ago, where she has been doing quite a number things there like photography, acting, and voice-over’s.

She recently revealed that she is starring in a London based web series that she knows the public will love.

Here’s looking at you kid! #monochrome #london #sadegiliberti #sideeye #smirk

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Sipho Ngwenya-Psyfo

Psyfo has been making waves in the TV industry since his YO-TV times.

His biggest acting break came in 2006 when he landed the role of Ajax on South Africa’s biggest soapie, Generations.

He also acted on Mzansi Magic drama series “Rockville” playing the role of Sandile Nkambule.

He is currently off-screen, venturing into music and playing golf.

Ready for the weekend!!! #dbnjuly

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Carly Fields

Carly Fields was also a Yo-TV presenter.

She left the show to start a family with her husband.

She has had an appearance on Generations and also presented the Gospel show called “One Gospel” on DSTV which also gave young aspiring presenters the opportunity to present with her.

She is now a producer and a ASICS Frontrunner/ Ambassador.

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