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Departure. After nearly six years and 100 episodes, Burns announced that he would be departing Blue's Clues in 2002. wikipedia.orgSteve Burns

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Fans of Nick Jr.'s children's television show "Blues Clues," which debuted in 1996, were taken off guard this week when the network released a video message from Steve Burns, the original host, in honor of the series' 25th anniversary.

He acknowledges that to them, he left the show abruptly to "go to college," and how so much time has passed since.

"We started out with clues, and now, it's what? Student loans, and jobs, and families ... and some of it has been kind of hard, you know? I know you know," Burns says in the video. He tells fans he couldn't have done it all without their help, and they still help him today.

"I guess I just wanted to say that after all these years, I never forgot you ... ever. And I'm super glad we're still friends."

For the fans of the show who grew up with Burns on their TV screens — and maybe even more so for their parents — Burns's message brought on an emotional catharsis on social media.

We’re all so emotionally damaged from this last year and a half that Steve from Blue’s Clues was like “I have to address the nation”

Thank you for our letter, Steve!

Singer Luke Bryan stepped in with his wife Caroline to raise his nieces Jordan and Kris and nephew Til after both his sister and her husband passed away.

Over Labor Day weekend, Bryan walked Jordan down the aisle at her wedding, beaming and gently fixing her veil as they went.

Congratulations to the happy couple, and good job, Uncle Luke!

TikTok user Karla Jean Holfelder has been sending invitations to her wedding to celebrities, and recently, she received a reply she knew she had to get on camera.

Holfelder's fiancé, David Simmons, is a huge fan of the Boston Red Sox, so Holfelder sent the team an invite too. She gave Simmons the gift of opening a package the team sent in response.

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The couple received wristbands, two packets of "Fenway Dirt," and some Red Sox stickers, along with a heartfelt letter from the team. When he saw the letter, Simmons became emotional. Wiping away tears, he read aloud the Red Sox's wishes for their happiness together.

The video has more than 1.4 million views, and among the comments are some from the Red Sox themselves. "Is someone cutting onions in here?" they asked, before telling Holfelder to let them know the next time they are in Boston.

"We'd love to host you for a game to celebrate your marriage!" the team wrote.

We had our suspicions already, but this week, TODAY's Dylan Dreyer confirmed that when it comes to calming down an upset child, Hoda is the G.O.A.T.

"When your toddler is mid-tantrum and hates the thought of even being near you, just give him to @hodakotb," Dylan wrote in a post on Instagram with a picture of Hoda holding Dylan's son Ollie, 1.

Auntie Hoda, we'd like to get in line for some of your baby whispering services!

There's nothing better than singing along to Journey's iconic "Don't Stop Believing" at a baseball game ... unless you get a chance to sing it with Journey's lead singer Steve Perry himself.

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Meghan Trainor and her husband, Daryl Sabara, have reached an important parenting milestone: They discovered they can make their baby son, Riley, laugh hysterically just by waving the kitchen garbage bag around.

"I'll do this all day to hear that laugh," Trainor wrote on Instagram.

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Why did Steve Burns leave ‘Blue’s Clues’? We finally have an answer, almost 20 years later.

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Steve Burns finally has explained what really happened when he abruptly departed the Nick Jr. show “Blue’s Clues” in 2002, leaving many viewers upset at the time.

The original host of the 1990s Nickelodeon series appeared in a video posted to the Nick Jr. Twitter account Tuesday in time for the show’s 25th anniversary this year.

“You remember how when we were younger, we used to run around and hang out with Blue and find clues and talk to Mr. Salt and freak out about the mail and do all the fun stuff?” Burns says in the video.

“And then one day, I was like, ‘Oh hey, guess what? Big news, I’m leaving. Here’s my brother Joe, he’s your new best friend,’ and then I got on a bus and I left and we didn’t see each other for like a really long time? Can we just talk about that? Great. Because I realize that was kind of abrupt,” he continued.

Burns, who wore nearly the same outfit he dressed up in while he hosted the show, said that he left the show to attend college.

Burns then listed all the accomplishments he and the audience had gained over the years.

“I mean, we started out with clues and now, it’s what?” Burns said. “Student loans and jobs and families? And some of it has been kind of hard, you know? I know you know.”

Believe it or not, the most recent host of “Blue’s Clues” has a New Jersey connection.

Josh Dela Cruz, who grew up in Bergen County, landed a role as the host of “Blue’s Clues & You,” the 2019 revival of the hit series.

Dela Cruz also appeared in Disney’s “Aladdin” on Broadway before Burns selected him for the role on “Blue’s Clues.”

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'Blues Clues' Original Host Steve Burns Makes Nostalgic Return in Show's Anniversary Video

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September 8, 2021 marked the 25th anniversary of the premiere of Nick Jr.’s ’90s classic, children’s TV show Blue’s Clues. To commemorate the occasion, the original host Steve Burns makes a nostalgic return.

In a newly released video, Burns links up with his fellow Blue’s Clues alum Donovan Patton and Josh Dela Cruz, Blue’s Clues & You! star. The clip brings forwards the different generations of the show while another sees Steve address his departure from the show all these years. Steve explains, “I never forgot you, ever, and I’m super glad we’re still friends,” tugging at audiences’ heartstrings.

Nickelodeon has once called Blue’s Clues one of its most successful and critically acclaimed preschool TV shows. Many who grew up in the ’90s have often had fond memories of learning and interacting with Steve Burns and Blue’s Clues. The original series ran for six seasons between 1996 and 2002 before Steve Burns was replaced by Donovan Patton. Check out the anniversary video above and Steve’s address below.

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'Blues Clues' Original Host Steve Burns Makes Nostalgic Return in Show's Anniversary Video

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September 8, 2021 marked the 25th anniversary of the premiere of Nick Jr.’s ’90s classic, children’s TV show Blue’s Clues. To commemorate the occasion, the original host Steve Burns makes a nostalgic return.

In a newly released video, Burns links up with his fellow Blue’s Clues alum Donovan Patton and Josh Dela Cruz, Blue’s Clues & You! star. The clip brings forwards the different generations of the show while another sees Steve address his departure from the show all these years. Steve explains, “I never forgot you, ever, and I’m super glad we’re still friends,” tugging at audiences’ heartstrings.

Nickelodeon has once called Blue’s Clues one of its most successful and critically acclaimed preschool TV shows. Many who grew up in the ’90s have often had fond memories of learning and interacting with Steve Burns and Blue’s Clues. The original series ran for six seasons between 1996 and 2002 before Steve Burns was replaced by Donovan Patton. Check out the anniversary video above and Steve’s address below.

In other entertainment news, Owen Wilson has joined the cast of Disney’s Haunted Mansion reboot.

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‘Blue’s Clues’ Star Returns With Viral Video Message To Now-Adult Fans | Kiss 108

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Steve Burns, the original host of Nickelodeon show “Blues Clues,” appeared in a video that was posted to the Nick Jr. Twitter account Tuesday.

In honor of the 25th anniversary of the show, Burns talks about his decision to abruptly leave the show in 2002 – a moment which stunned fans.

"You remember how when we were younger, we used to run around and hang out with Blue and find clues and talk to Mr. Salt and freak out about the mail and do all the fun stuff?" Burns said in the video.

"And then one day, I was like, 'Oh hey, guess what? Big news, I'm leaving. Here's my brother Joe, he's your new best friend,' and then I got on a bus and I left and we didn't see each other for like a really long time? Can we just talk about that? Great. Because I realize that was kind of abrupt."

In the video, Burns explained that he left the show to go to college, a venture that he said was “really challenging,” but great because he is now doing many of the things he set out to do.

He then took a moment to acknowledge the accomplishments of fans.

"I mean, we started out with clues and now, it's what?" Burns said. "Student loans and jobs and families? And some of it has been kind of hard, you know? I know you know."

Finally, he went for it and hit us all right in the feels.

"I wanted to tell you that I really couldn't have done all of that without your help and in fact, all the help that you helped me with when we were younger is still helping me today, right now. And that's super cool," Burns said. "I guess I just wanted to say that after all these years, I never forgot you. Ever. And I'm super glad we're still friends."

At the time this article was published, the video has been viewed over 33 million times and has received roughly 1.9 million likes.

‘Blue’s Clues’ Star Returns With Viral Video Message To Now-Adult Fans | Kiss 108

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Steve Burns, the original host of Nickelodeon show “Blues Clues,” appeared in a video that was posted to the Nick Jr. Twitter account Tuesday.

In honor of the 25th anniversary of the show, Burns talks about his decision to abruptly leave the show in 2002 – a moment which stunned fans.

"You remember how when we were younger, we used to run around and hang out with Blue and find clues and talk to Mr. Salt and freak out about the mail and do all the fun stuff?" Burns said in the video.

"And then one day, I was like, 'Oh hey, guess what? Big news, I'm leaving. Here's my brother Joe, he's your new best friend,' and then I got on a bus and I left and we didn't see each other for like a really long time? Can we just talk about that? Great. Because I realize that was kind of abrupt."

In the video, Burns explained that he left the show to go to college, a venture that he said was “really challenging,” but great because he is now doing many of the things he set out to do.

He then took a moment to acknowledge the accomplishments of fans.

"I mean, we started out with clues and now, it's what?" Burns said. "Student loans and jobs and families? And some of it has been kind of hard, you know? I know you know."

Finally, he went for it and hit us all right in the feels.

"I wanted to tell you that I really couldn't have done all of that without your help and in fact, all the help that you helped me with when we were younger is still helping me today, right now. And that's super cool," Burns said. "I guess I just wanted to say that after all these years, I never forgot you. Ever. And I'm super glad we're still friends."

At the time this article was published, the video has been viewed over 33 million times and has received roughly 1.9 million likes.

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