Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Lucy Alexander Shares EPIC Nickelodeon UK Throwback Photo On Instagram

Homes Under the Hammer's Lucy Alexander recently shocked fans when she shared a photo from her days on Nickelodeon’s NickALive! for Throwback Thursday and gushed over her co-stars, calling them the “original crew”!

Lucy Alexander looked unrecognisable in a throwback picture shared on Instagram with her 14.2 million followers.

Former Homes Under The Hammer star told fans: “Throwback Thursday #Nickleodon #originalcrew.”

In the snap, Lucy beamed for the camera as she placed a tender arm on her co-stars shoulder.

Wearing a stripped jumper and black sweat pants, Lucy epitomised the classic 90’s fashion of that era.

The 47-year-old presenter, who got her start on a Burger King advertisement and who presented on NickALive! between 1994 and 1995, sported dark brown hair, a huge contrast to her now bleach blonde mane.

Lucy co-hosted the live segments inbetween shows with Rick Adams, Yiolanda Koppel, Mounya Khamlichi, Sarah Cawood, James Gilbey, Helen Chamberlain, and Bogey and Rude the Reindeer, first at the Trocadero Centre in the middle of London, and then at Rathbone Place just off Oxford Street in London's Fitzrovia district.

The sweet image seemed to bring back positive childhood memorises for many of her fans, with some sharing them in the comment section.

One person wrote: “I met you and had pictures taken with you outside the Trocadero studio when I was seven. I’m 33 this year and still vividly remember it!”

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Another said: “I remember all these presenters from when we watched hours and hours of Sister Sister.”

A third added: “God I remember that like yesterday.”

Even Celebrity Juice presenter Keith Lemon pitched in, writing: “I remember you back then.”

Lucy cheekily replied: “@keithlemon still waiting for my invite onto your show.”

The mother-of-two hosted BBC series Homes Under the Hammer for 13 years until she was replaced with Martel Maxwell in 2017.

“It’s with a huge heavy heart I’m stepping down, it’s not the outcome I wanted but to purse other work and a commercial deal I had to leave,” she tweeted in 2016.

For more '90s Nickelodeon UK memories, check out Postcards From Planet Nickelodeon and the Nickelodeon Ooze News Archive!

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