Danielle Fishel asked Lance Bass to prom?! Hear her side of the story and find out why he almost said no. Plus, check out their amazing Boy Meets World and *NSYNC mashup prom picture together and get tips on asking your own dream date to prom. Watch to hear Danielle's dating, love, and relationship advice, and make sure to tweet @POPSUGAR with the hashtag #DearDanielle with your questions for a chance to have Danielle answer them on the show!
Ever since the news dropped that Boy Meets World would be getting a spin-off, I've been waiting with bated breath for a peek at the new series, and here it is! Cast members of Girl Meets World have been busy at work, and the best part is that they're letting us in on the action. Check out fun photos of returning stars like Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel (who you can also see in POPSUGAR's Girl's Guide), as well as their young new counterparts!
We are so excited to share a sneak peek at Dear Danielle, our new love and relationship advice show hosted by Danielle Fishel! Dear Danielle is the first show on POPSUGAR Girls' Guide, our new YouTube channel debuting at the end of the month. You'll be able to get love advice from the former Boy Meets World and current Girl Meets World star herself, and if you tweet any burning relationship queries @POPSUGAR with the hashtags #DearDanielle and #PSGG, then you may get your questions answered on the show. Danielle will personally be selecting viewer questions to answer, so make them count! Watch our Dear Danielle sneak peek now, and make sure to subscribe to POPSUGAR Girls' Guide on YouTube for more great videos.
Keri Russell's new drama The Americans premiered this week, and we've been happy to see her back on the small screen, since we were such fans of Felicity. Though you surely recognize her from that, did you also know she appeared on another '90s TV mainstay? Russell was once on Boy Meets World — which has also been on our mind since the spin-off was announced. The actress played Mr. Feeny's niece who takes a shine to Eric and ends up locking lips with him, much to the disgust of young Cory (and get ready to feel ancient: this was all 20 years ago). It's worth watching just for Russell's awe-inspiring signature hair.
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We've had one big question on our minds since hearing that Boy Meets World was getting a spin-off (besides whether or not Will Friedle is coming back): who will play Cory and Topanga's daughter? Now we know: 11-year-old actress Rowan Blanchard will star on Girl Meets World. The young star has appeared in films like Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D and The Back-Up Plan, and this will be her first sitcom.
Danielle Fishel and Ben Savage have already signed on to reprise their roles as the parents of Blanchard's character, Riley, from whose perspective the show will be. What do you think of this casting decision? Are you getting more excited to revisit this world?
'Tis the season to celebrate nostalgia! In honor of Boy Meets World's Danielle Fishel and Ben Savage (aka Topanga and Cory) signing on for the reboot, Girl Meets World, we're spotlighting the show that many of us grew up watching on TGIF. This is the Christmas episode where Topanga comes to spend the holidays with the Matthews clan, but they soon find their family traditions clashing. I'm getting flashbacks just listening to the opening theme song!
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Boy Meets World is making a comeback with a new spinoff: Girl Meets World. The series will follow the original series's central sweethearts, Corey and Topanga, as they navigate the world of parenting a preteen. But is this a brilliant idea, or should they just leave the series alone? As former fans of the '90s series, we're weighing in — and offering up suggestions for other beloved shows that should get the spinoff treatment — in this PopSugar Rush!
Back in the day, I spent plenty a Friday night watching ABC's TGIF lineup, which is why I'm filled with mixed emotions about the news that Disney is looking to bring back Boy Meets World. The new iteration would be titled Girl Meets World, and would be centered on original characters Cory and Topanga's tween daughter. Disney is hoping to get Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel to reprise their roles, but there's no word yet on whether they've called up Rider Strong or Will Friedle (aka Shawn and Eric).
Like I said, I'm not sure if I'm on board with this. While I'd love to see Cory and Topanga reunited on the small screen, I'm a little worried this new version could taint my fond memories of the series. What do you think — would a new generation benefit from meeting Mr. Feeny?