You might remember them as the hosts of some of your favourite shows from the 2000s, such as Blue Peter, Prank Patrol, and Dick and Dom in Da Bungalow.
Kirsten O'Brien, Matt Baker, and Helen Skelton were regular favourites on the very popular children's channel, whether it was for a Saturday morning treat or an after-school binge.
As they started out as hosts, the TV stars were loved by millions of kids all over the country, and it's safe to say they did a great job. Read: Where the Teletubbies stars are now:
dead by accident, on EastEnders, and with a lot of money. When former CBBC presenters got together at a wedding, it brought back a lot of memories for their fans
When former CBBC presenters got together at a wedding, it brought back a lot of memories for their fans. (Photo from @mrjakehumphrey on Twitter)
But have you ever thought about what some of your favourite CBBC stars are doing now that it's been more than 30 years since they were on the show?
After Jake Humphrey talked about his unplanned CBBC reunion at a wedding, the Daily Star did a deep dive into where the beloved stars from the children's channel are now.
BBC axe Thousands of jobs are lost at BBC Four and CBBC, which is a big blow to the network. dailystar Jake Humphrey's first job as a TV host was as an assistant host on the CBBC show Against All Odds.
In 2001, he became the main host of the show Rule The School. Later, he worked with Holly Willoughby to host CBBC's coverage of Fame Academy. In 2003
he also hosted the celebrity edition of Comic Relief. He left CBBC in 2005. Sponsored Rich Houses Always Put a Plastic Bottle on Your Tires, Here's Why by Taboola
Since then, the 43-year-old celebrity has followed his passion for sports by becoming a sports presenter for BBC Radio 5 Live. At this point, the star's career really took off,
and he went on to cover many legendary sporting events, such as the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Australia, the 2006 Ashes, and the 2007 Cricket World Cup
In recent years, the star has worked with companies like BT Sport, which covered the Premier League during the 2013 and 2014 football seasons.
But in the last month, the father of two was replaced by Lynsey Hipgrave on BT Sport's Premier League coverage because he is "too busy." Kirsten O'Brien
Kirsten O'Brien has been a mainstay of children's TV on the BBC for more than 13 years. She started out in the Broom Cupboard with stars like Phillip Schofield and Otis the Aardvark.