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Dan Schneider Presents: 112 – “Love Me” from “All That” Throwback Performance

Trenchcoats, big chains, and all-white outfit paired with silky-smooth singing. 112 sure knew how to make an impression, and it’s clear even now, almost two decades after their performance on “All That.”

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Dan Schneider Presents: Deborah Cox – “Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here” from “All That” Throwback Performance

The 90s was a great time for R&B, and Canada’s own R&B queen Deborah Cox is a testament to this fact. Her 1998 song “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here” even held the record for longest-running number one single on Billboard’s Hot R&B & Hip Hop chart. She held the 14 week record for an entire eight years!


Dan Schneider Presents: Destiny’s Child – “No, No, No” from “All That” Throwback Performance

Happy Valentine’s Day from Destiny’s Child! The girls, introduced by Peter & Flem, were still a four-person group when they took the All That stage to perform “No No No.” And they were rocking those Tina Knowles matching outfits, of course.


Dan Schneider Presents: Blaque – “Bring It All To Me” from “All That” Throwback Performance

In an era of awesome female R&B groups, Blaque earned a place with hits like “808,” “Bring It All to Me,” and “I Do.” Natina Reed, Shamari Fears, and Brandi Williamsseen here sporting red plastic jackets on Nickelodeon’s “All That” in 2000 — formed the Blaque trio. Their name is said to mean “Believing in Life and Achieving a Quest for Unity in Everything.”


Dan Schneider Presents: Monica – “Angel of Mine” from “All That” Throwback Performance

Monica’s performance of “Angel of Mine” is so perfectly simple, it makes us want her to make a major comeback in music right now.


Dan Schneider Presents: Spice Girls – “Spice Up Your Life” from “All That” Throwback Performance

Dozens of 90s and 00s musical favorites graced the stage on “All That” over the course its 8 season run. Few are more iconic than the Spice Girls, the British girl group that swept the world up in a wave of pop positivity, catchy melodies and girl power.


Dan Schneider Presents: Mya – “Moving On” from “All That” Throwback Performance

Amanda Bynes introduces the Mya performance of “Movin’ On” with her legendary “Dear Ashley” skit. Mya graces the stage to perform her chart-topping hit about a cheating ex-boyfriend.


Dan Schneider Presents: OutKast – “Rosa Parks” from “All That” Throwback Performance

Before Hey Ya smashed the charts, there was Rosa Parks. Outkast, the hip-hop duo composed of Andre “Andre 3000” Benjamin and Antwan “Big Boi” Patton, emerged in 1992 and rose to commercial success in the late 90s and early 2000s. They performed “Rosa Parks” from their third album “Aquemini” on the “All That” stage in 1999!


Dan Schneider Presents: Salt N Pepa – “R U Ready” from “All That” Throwback Performance

Hip-hop trio Salt-N-Pepa’s 1998 performance on the “All That” stage is just one small drop in the girl group’s ocean of accomplishments. Still, it was an exciting moment for 90’s kids when the group performed their hit “R U Ready” on the famed sketch show.