Turns out that The Bachelor wasn’t the first time Alisha Aitken-Radburn graced our television screens – it was actually on Go Go Stop!

On Friday, the reality star shared an adorable throwback video of her very first foray into the world of TV, appearing as a contestant on everyone’s favourite childhood show. And it is truly iconic viewing.

Turns out that The Bachelor wasn't the first time Alisha Aitken-Radburn graced our television screens, she also starred on Go Go Stop.
Turns out that The Bachelor wasn’t the first time Alisha Aitken-Radburn graced our television screens, after appearing on the popular kids show Go Go Stop. Source: Seven.

I have no idea why we are only just seeing this Gold Logie award-winning content now, but we are so glad we got to see it, period.

*Cue the catchy theme song music” as I present the footage to you straight from the Channel Seven archives:

How’s that for some Flashback Friday nostalgia!

Who would have thought way back then that Alisha would go on to become one of our favourite Bachelor stars? Not me! What a Sliding Doors moment!

As we know, Alisha recently cemented her status as reality TV royalty after announcing her engagement to Bachelor in Paradise co-star Glenn Smith.

WTF Is Go Go Stop?

For theGen Z and Millenials reading this who have no f*cking clue what Go Go Stop is – firstly, you guys are the real losers here not having had this amazing show to race home to every day after school. And secondly, let’s take a lil trip down memory lane, shall we?

Hosted by the dreamy James Tobin (who everyone frothed over), it was the after-school show that every Aussie ’00s kid wanted to be on.

Turns out that The Bachelor wasn't the first time Alisha Aitken-Radburn graced our television screens, she also starred on Go Go Stop hosted by James Tobin.
Hosted by the dreamy James Tobin, it was the after-school show that every Aussie ’00s kid wanted to be on. Source: Seven.

The game show revolved around three schools competing to win weekly prizes. One student from each school would appear on the show daily.At the end of each week, the school with the most points would win the prize – which was usually a highly coveted Encylopedia Britannia, a Faber-Castell pencil collection or a Yamaha set.

Each round, the players would have to answer a multiple-choice question, with a correct answer allowing them to move forward in the game zone.

Along the way, there were also bonus points to collect, as well as hazard screens. So, you had to pick your path very carefully.

Unfortunately, the show is no longer on but someone needs to start a petition to bring it back ASAP!

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