- Out of the Box went off-air 20 years ago
- Its two main characters, Tony and Vivian, had a signature ending song that was both catchy and entertaining
- Two decades later, the pair reunited to bless their fans with the song once more
Back in the early 2000s, kids always ran back home and switched on the TV ready to catch up with two popular shows.
Some children enjoyed indulging in High 5 while others preferred viewing Out of the Box.
A majority loved the latter thanks to a super duo, who had a catchy closing song.
Part of it went like this, "so long, farewell, to you my friend. Goodbye for now until we meet again."
This alone brought butterflies to people's tummies and within no time, every kid in the estate and at school had mastered the lyrics to the song.
Tony and Vivian were the pioneers of this song.
After so many years of the show being off-air, the two reunited in a Tiktok video and took people back to simpler times.
They had a guitar and their voices.
The two sang the melody like no time had passed and brought back some of the fondest childhood memories.
It was the kind of positive relief that people needed on their timelines.
In other news, even in his death, late Zimbabwean socialite Ginimbi Kadungure's star shines bright.
The popular tycoon who passed away in November 2020 has been nominated as the most influential youth in his country.
Family and friends of the former Piko Group CEO congratulated him in absentia as they stated how much of a following Ginimbi had even in his death.
His ex-wife and mother of his children proudly hailed Ginimbi as a great man as she stated that he will always be a winner in her eyes.
Zodwa Mkandla proudly shared a photo of the fallen celebrity and noted that his absence is so loud.
Nyaradzo Group, the organisation behind the awards, stated that Ginimbi had a warm spirit and was always a generous giver.
"Your generosity was a joy to all those who knew you. May your dear soul rest in peace," the company expressed.
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Source: Briefly News