Teletubbies was the best TV show in the Nineties. No if's, no buts and certainly no 'how about...''s. We are not listening, we have our Walkman's on and we are listening to an All Saints Greatest Hits tape. Lalalalala.
Following the adventures of Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Lala and Po was magical. Seeing them frolic around grassy plains, chat to their pal Noo Noo the Vacuum Cleaner and discuss matters over a plate of Tubby Toast was unbeatable.
Please make yourself a sandwich and watch the Teletubbies clip below, before we proceed any further, so you can fully enjoy this throwback and get a rippling chill of nostalgia across your forearms.
Just a few observations from the above clip: Why can't the Teletubbies talk? Didn't they ever talk? Where can I get a hat like Dipsy's?
Cool, so we all remember the Baby Sun, who would giggle and make you feel weirdly happy for know reason at all? (Though we guess at four-years-old, we don't have much to be sad about either.)
SEE! HOW HAPPY DO YOU FEEL! Go give everyone a like on Instagram and text your nearest a dearest the heart emoji, cos life is great!!
But now, twenty years later (!!) the Sun Baby has spoken out and is definitely not a baby anymore...
Jess Smith, who's 20 years old, told BBC South East how she got the most iconic role in Television. Jel.
‘I was being weighed at the hospital. My mum took me and it just happened to be the same time that the producer of the old series had come in and wanted the hospital to get in contact with them if they’d seen any smiley babies.
‘It was just a case of sitting in front of a mirror and a camera and my dad playing with toys and race cars and that sort of thing to try and get me to laugh at the camera.’
SHO CUTE. Thanks Jess Smith for making our childhoods. We owe you a bevvy.