IT'S been more than two decades since the comedy duo that gave us phrases like "aw, here it goes" and "who loves orange soda?" last graced our screens

Kenan and Kel was a hit series for Nickelodeon from August 1996 until July 2000.

Since the show ended, its stars – Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell – have both stayed in the spotlight.

Kenan, 43, has been a member of Saturday Night Live since 2003, making him the longest serving cast member in the show's history.

He has nominated four times for a Primetime Emmy Award for his work on the hit show, winning once.

As well as his work on SNL, Kenan has appeared in movies including Snakes on a Plane and most recently Home Sweet Home Alone, as well as providing his voice for films including The Smurfs franchise.

Meanwhile Kel, also 43, has continued to work in television, and appeared in Nickelodeon series Game Shakers from 2015-2019.

He was also nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program for his role as T-Bone in the 2000's animated series Clifford the Big Red Dog in 2001 and 2002.

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Kel has dabbled in reality TV as well, competing in the 2019 series of Dancing With The Stars, where he finished as runner up.

Fans of the pair were delighted in 2018 when they reunited with their fellow All That co-stars for an episode of MTV's gameshow Wild 'N Out.

Kenan and Kel appeared on All That from 1994 to 1999, before departing to star in their spin-off Kenan & Kel, and subsequently starred in the 1997 comedy Good Burger.

The stars shared a number of backstage snaps including a selfie with former co-star Lori Beth Denberg.

Kel captioned the selfie on Instagram: "Kenan game face is epic in this pic!! #wildnout."

Fans were loving the nostalgic pictures as they started emerging from the comedians on social media.

One wrote on Twitter: "My little 90s heart! I'm just happy to see Kenan and Kel working together again…"

Another posted: "Kenan and Kel!! Who loves orange soda? ALL the memories!"

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