“I never took the fame too seriously. It was a great period in my life, but it doesn’t define me. When I think back on the time, I look at it with a wink. I focus on the good moments I had, not that I was on a lot of magazine covers.”
–Teen heartthrob Jonathan Taylor Thomas looks back on his crazy child star lifestyle, and explains why he stepped away from the limelight for nearly a decade to pursue his education: “I wanted to go to school, to travel and have a bit of a break.” After studying at Harvard, Columbia, and St. Andrews, JTT recently returned to acting in the worst possible way, appearing on his TV dad Tim Allen’s misogynist groaner of a sitcom, “Last Man Standing,” but how could I stay mad at that adorable little face? [People]
The resurfacing of JTT, aka Jonathan Taylor Thomas, this week brought back fond memories of Teen Beat, Tiger Beat and Bop — but whatever happened to those magazines’ other teen heartthrobs?
Thomas, Devon Sawa, Nick Carter, Rider Strong, Matthew Lawrence, Hanson and more — do these 90s coverboys still have the looks that made them famous?
Check out the Now & Then side-by-sides above and let us know which was your childhood crush back in the day! Read more… Keep reading »
Behind those wire-rimmed glasses lays the heart of a stone-cold killer. Ari Westby will stand by her man, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, no matter what. Even if it means she has to murder. Does anyone know what happened to JTT by the way? Maybe he’s living as a slave in Ari’s basement in Wisconsin. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
The Frisky is chock full of fag hags who understand boys will be boys, and in some cases, those boys will be gay. But even if these guys love to love men, we just can’t stop wanting to love them. So in honor of all the gorgeous gay gents who love to tease us, here are The Frisky’s Top Five HILF’s (Homosexuals We’d Like To F–k).
5. Neil Patrick Harris: Le geek c’est chic! The former child star of Doogie Houser, MD is all grown up and gay. NPH has buffed up and achieved cult status as the recurring hero in the buddy movie series, Harold and Kumar. Mmm, wouldn’t you like to get piled up in a Monday Menage with those three guys?
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Apparently not. Yesterday, Simcha and I were comparing notes on our first celebrity crushes — my first serious one was Wil Wheaton from Star Trek: The Next Generation (waving my nerd flag!), while Simcha was hot for The Count from Sesame Street. Even now, Simcha says she still goes for guys who seem a little like vampires, whereas Wil was my first and last dork crush after he replied to my loving fan letter with a generic postcard of himself decked out in Batman memorabilia (hat, shirt, buttons on his light jean jacket, the works). But up until that point I was convinced we were destined for each other. Talking about all of this with Simcha made me want to find out who Emily and Catherine’s crushes were when they were boy crazy tweens. Unfortunately, both of them said they never crushed on celebrities. Keep reading »