Let's be honest, we all have a Hollywood Crush—a cutie whose sheer existence inspires countless fever dreams and inestimable hours of Google Image gawking. For a lucky few, those fantasies become reality when faced with said star...in real life. Welcome to How I Met My Hollywood Crush, in which readers recall the time they rubbed elbows with their special celebrity someone!
Move over, Kelly Kapowski. This week Jessica Klask spills about the time she met "Saved by the Bell" cutie, Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
To be honest, I have about three Hollywood Crushes, and out of them all I can't believe I, Jessica, met the one I've been dying to meet since I was in the first grade, and that is Mark-Paul Gosselaar. I was a huge "Saved by the Bell" fan and all I ever wanted to be was Kelly Kapowski. I was jealous Tiffani Thiessen got the role. I was only about eight or nine years old and jealous.
Today, President Barack Obama delivered his speech addressing the federal deficit, and celeb supporters like Sophia Bush and Mark Ruffalo chimed in. Mark showed his agreement by retweeting the president, saying, "RT @BarackObama There's nothing serious about a plan that claims to reduce the deficit by spending $1 trillion on tax cuts for millionair..." Sophia thanked Obama for his honesty, tweeting, "The @BarackObama speaking right now is the man I voted for. This is what we need. Frank discussion. Honesty. Real planning. Thank you."
In less political Twitter news (now that's a phrase we didn't think we'd ever use), Seth Green pal (and frequently "Robot Chicken" voice actor) Breckin Meyer joined the social networking site today. His inaugural tweet: "Hello Twitter, where's the #SuperPoke button?" Seth and other friends, like Mark Paul Gosselaar and Jeri Ryan, welcomed Breckin. Seth tweeted, "My dear friend @BreckinMeyer is actually on Twitter now. Brilliant & unpredictable & really worth following http://twitpic.com/4k6aa0"
Check out the rest of Wednesday's best tweets from celebs, including which reality star wishes her car had a...toilet? Follow us to get even more celebrity and pop culture news around the clock!
It's no secret "Late Night" host Jimmy Fallon has been coordinating a Bayside Tigers reunion for some time now — he even got Mark-Paul Gosselaar to appear on his show in character as Zack Morris — but it looks like People beat Jimmy to the punch.
The stars of everyone's favorite Saturday morning sitcom (including, from left) Lark Voorhies, Elizabeth Berkley, Mario Lopez, Tiffani Thiessen, and Mark-Paul cover the upcoming issue of the mag (see a bigger image after the jump!), in which they dish about their hairdos, hookups and yearbook-worthy memories. Read More...