Emotional Moment When 'Blues Clues' Reunites Hosts for Song at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Posted by Sama in Entertainment On 3rd December 2021
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All the 90s kids here will remember very well those excitement-filled evenings that we all looked forward to and couldn't wait to sing along with the iconic Blues Clues song. Reviving those memories on the early morning of Thanksgiving Day is the best thing that could happen for us 90s kids. Watch the clip and see how the internet reacted after their favorite childhood show characters came live to sing a song for them specifically!

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Blue's Clues will always be remembered as the iconic children's show of the 90s that still holds a reputation to date as the most beloved show of one time. 

The show refresh all the memories after the Nick Jr. staple made a dramatic appearance at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on the morning of November 25 to hype its 25th anniversary.  The holiday float presented all three hosts from Blues Clues and after they sang a song together, it left us overwhelmed with emotions. 

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The event that was covered by NBC began early morning when Blues Clues joined the lineup of parade floats moving down New York City this morning. So when the parade float stepped in front of Macy's flagship store, Blue's Clues fans lost it when Steve, Joe, and Kevin appeared.

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The three hosts went on to perform a song that broke the fourth wall and it made everyone emotional as the fans watched their favorite Steve and Joe singing like the good old times.

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They were then joined by Kevin, the show's current host, and the fans couldn't help but cheer up at the way the surprise was unfolding. Seeing their favorite childhood character live and singing their childhood song, many fans couldn't help but tear up at the sweet memory. 

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This is how the internet reacted with tears of joy and nostalgia over their favorite childhood show

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