A few years later, my dad got remarried and I got a step-brother who reminded me so much of Ralph that it was just creepy to like him anymore. The new crush would have some serious shoes to fill. A little show called, Blossom, came on the air and Ralph was a distant memory. Hello, or WHOOOOA (for those of you with a really good memory), JOEY LAWRENCE. He wasn't the little pip squeak from Gimme a Break anymore. He had a bod to die for and a head of hair that any girl would kill her. Plus, he could sing, kind of.
He's dropped the Y so he's just Joe now. Hairless Joe. I'm kind of over the whole Mr. Clean look but he's still doing pretty good. He's popped up in episodes of CSI, an ABC Family movie a few years ago, Dancing with the Stars, and my favorite, Confessions of a Sociopathic Social Climber with Jennifer Love Hewitt a few years ago. If you haven't seen this one, rent it, it's awesome. I was prepared to stay with Joey until the end, but I was completely blindsided by another celebrity crush. Sorry, Joey.
In my defense, I was double-teamed so I didn't have a chance. Yes, I'm talking about The Corey's. Who didn't love these brothers from another mother?
Some of my favorite movies are Dream a Little Dream, The Lost Boys, The Goonies, License to Drive, and Blown Away. Sadly, they both got caught up in childhood fame and lost themselves to drugs. Corey F. has been sober for quite some time and seems happily married with a gorgeous little boy. Corey H. has had a much bigger struggle and I didn't post a now picture because, quite honestly, they were all very disturbing. But I think he's back on track and found out while looking for info on them that they are going to be doing a reality show on A & E together that starts this summer. I will definitely be tuning in!
So, did you have a crush on any of these guys? If not, who was your biggest teenage crush?
What I'm reading...Bloom by Elizabeth Scott
All that matters is what's inside...as long as your outside is wearing the tiara!
REVENGE OF THE HOMECOMING QUEEN, July 3,2007, Berkley Jam Books