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Gettin' Jiggy With It: What Our '90s Celebrity Crushes Are Up to Now

Buffy, Lance Bass, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

While our bedroom posters have faded, our love for these 90s icons never will. That's because, in an era of the Rachel bob, high-waisted jeans and overalls, Clarissa and Sabrina, these were the stars tearin' up their hearts to be with us.

But where are they now? Without further ado, here is what a few of our favorite high school crushes are up to these days.

No strings attached.

Melissa Joan Hart

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In Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Hart played the classic (albeit magical) girl-next-door crush. Everybody wanted to either be her, befriend her or date her—or maybe all three.

Last year, she starred as Grace Wesley in Gods Not Dead: 2; however, our favorite movie of hers remains 2007's Holiday in Handcuffs.

Freddie Prinze Jr.


Everybody's favorite high school jock is now the author of his own Cook Book "" He's also married to....

Sarah Michelle Gellar


As Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Gellar was a kick-ass vampire-killing teenager. Now, although she continues to lend her voice to cartoons like Star Wars: Rebels and Princess Rap Battle, Gellar dedicates most of her time to serving as CEO of Foodstirs, which makes and sells organic baking kits for kids.

Karyn Parsons

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Once Hilary Banks from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Parsons is now founder of Sweet Blackberryan organization dedicated to "bringing little-known stories of African American history to children everywhere."

Jennifer Aniston


Rachel from Friends was Aniston's breakthrough role. If you rocked "the Rachel bob," then you know exactly how deep this crush runs. Today, Aniston rules the big screen and stars in a number of ad campaigns, including this

Today, Aniston rules the big screen and stars in a number of ad campaigns, including a brand new one from Emirates Airlines, entitled "," released in response to a recent ban on laptops and tablets on flights from 10 airports in eight Middle Eastern and African countries.

In the ad, Aniston uses the airline's backseat entertainment system as the ad asks, “Who needs tablets and laptops anyway?”

Nate Richert


As Harvey in Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Richert dated Sabrina—and yes, we were jealous. Today Richert focuses on his music as a member of the folk band Tone Control.


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Remember NSYNC? Of course you do.

Yes, Justin Timberlake still rocks  as a solo artist, but the rest of the band is busy too.

Joey Fatone has appeared in movies and recently served as announcer on Family Feud. JC Chasez is a music writer and producer, while Chris Kirkpatrick is a TV and voice actor and Lance Bass hosts Finding Prince Charminga reality dating show.

Will Smith


As the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Smith was a young party animal. Today he's a long-time married father of three and star of a string of hits, including Independence Day: Resurgence and Suicide Squad.

Matt LeBlanc


LeBlanc, who played Joey on Friends hasn't given up on sitcom TV quite yet.  He currently stars in Man With a Plan, which won a People's Choice Award this year.