Fresh out the box, "All That" was appointment viewing for '90s kids.
Not only did the kid-friendly sketch comedy show launch the careers of so many young talents -- Amanda Bynes, Nick Cannon and Kenan Thompson all got their start on the Nickelodeon series -- but it also featured some iconic musical performances. From hip-hop to bubblegum pop, artists from all genres made their marks on the "All That" stage.
So sit your booty on the floor or in a chair, and check out some of the best "All That" musical guest performances and see how many you remember watching:
TLC, "What About Your Friends"
TLC kicked things off in 1994 with the show's first ever musical performance. It's only appropriate, considering TLC recorded the now-iconic "All That" theme song.
Da Brat, "Fa All Y'all"
Back in '94, "Fa All Y'all" was the jam.
TLC performed their Grammy Award-winning track "Creep" with a stage full of dancers, all wearing matching overalls because '90s.
Aaliyah, "Age Ain't Nothing But A Number"
You know bb Drake was glued to the TV during this performance.
Nas, "Street Dreams (Remix)"
Because when you think Nickelodeon, you definitely think Nas. We kid, we kid. But in all honesty, Nickelodeon in the '90s had some serious street cred.
Spice Girls, "Spice Up Your Life"
Then, in 1998, the pop invasion began and our lives were changed forever. The Spice Girls gave a legendary performance of "Spice Up Your Life" right at the peak of their career.
Destiny's Child, "No No No"
Just look at bb Beyoncé!
Outkast, "Rosa Parks"
In which André 3000 and Big Boi start an "All That" chant.
N Sync, "Bye Bye Bye"
No, we're not choosing a side in this BSB V N Sync war. We just couldn't find a video of the Backstreet Boys performing an ~emotional~ rendition of "I Want It That Way."
Blaque, "Bring It All To Me"
Before they made their mark in "Bring It On," Blaque performed their hit "Bring It All To Me" on the "All That" stage. Unfortunately, JC Chasez didn't make a special appearance to perform his part.
Britney Spears "Oops... I Did It Again"
FLAWLESS QUEEN. Always and forever.
City High, "What Would You Do"
This performance ends with Amanda Bynes and a plate of pickles, so take that as you will.
Avril Lavigne, "Complicated"
Remember when everyone started wearing ties to class?
Hoku, "Another Dumb Blonde"
Fact: you don't have to be a blonde to enjoy this '00s bubblebum jam.
Mandy Moore, "Candy"
She may not have reached Britney or Christina levels of pop icon status, but Mandy Moore's delicious 1999 single is very underrated.
JoJo, "Baby, It's You"
We can't believe it took her this long to produce more music. She's so talented! Plus, she really knows how to work a crowd.
Aftermath, feat. Kel Mitchell, "Watch Me Do My Thing"
Kel could have legit had a successful rap career.