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The Spice Girls Reunion News Has Fans Losing Their Minds, And We Are Right There With Them

You guys, it's happening. The Spice Girls are reuniting and we are not okay. It's been too long since our favorite ladies got together at the Olympics, specifically six years too long. The Spice Girls gave an epic performance, but they decided that they weren't going to do a full reunion, until now. The 20th anniversary of "Wannabe" just passed by, and it left us all wondering if our British pop goddesses would once again smile down upon us. We waited for what felt like a thousand years, but then on February 2nd, it was revealed that they had signed

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You Remember Her From "That Movie, I Think" But Where Did Tabitha Lupien End Up?

She was only four years old when she got her big break, but this Canadian actress managed to become one of the most famous faces for a very short while. She is even a meme online! Tristar PicturesTabitha Lupien was chosen to star in the final film in the Look Who's Talking trilogy and play Julie Ubriacco, the daughter of none other than John Travolta and Kirstie Alley. TriStar PicturesThe final installment welcomed dogs to the cast, who obviously could talk to each other now that there were no more talking babies to deal with. Tristar PicturesAfter making her debut

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Mel C Revealed What 'Zig-A-Zig-Ah' Actually Means And You're Gonna Regret Singing It Out Loud

Twenty years ago, we were introduced to the most amazing, iconic, and basically magical group ever known as the Spice Girls, and our lives changed for the better.We learned that platform shoes were the coolest of the cool. We were taught that girl power was a way of life. We experienced a sense of community that came from finding out which of your friends identified with the same Spice Girl that you did. They brought us a lot of joy, and made us feel like we could do anything while we wore really tall shoes. PAWell, the latest rumors

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Facebook Doesn't Recognize Alan Alda And He Can't Figure Out Why

We've all been using Facebook for over a decade now. It's one of the best places to catch up with our friends, follow the news, and keep up with celebrities. Many celebs have their own Facebook fan pages to help them stay connected to their fans. They can post all their latest projects, charity causes they care about, and personal updates all from the comfort of their own homes. Sometimes the actors aren't responsible for updating their own pages, but apparently for one 80s actor, actually trying to communicate with his fans has become an ordeal. CBSAlan Alda was one

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Two Of Your Favorite Detective Shows Are Officially Coming Back, But They Have Made Some Changes

After launching the career of everyone's favorite mustachioed star, Magnum P.I. has been announced as the next show to get a reboot, and it's not the only classic CBS show to come back. They have also revealed that Cagney & Lacey will be back as well. CBSMagnum P.I., starring Tom Selleck, was a great show about a private investigator living in Hawaii. There were a lot of floral shirts, a cool car, and beautiful sets. Cagney & Lacey was another super successful detective-style show, only they were police officers in New York City. CBSThe two popular shows are set to

80s

Kirk Cameron Went From Teen Heartthrob To Controversial Minister, Here's Why Everyone Turned On Him

Kirk Cameron was one of the biggest stars of the 80s. He was on the cover of roughly 500 magazines a year and was the star of one of biggest TV shows on air, Growing Pains, which made everyone fall completely head over heels in love with him. LIFEHis fame helped him land a bunch of roles in movies, but they never became the huge hits that the studios hoped. In all honesty, several of his movies were actually total flops even though they starred one of the most popular actors around. ABCCameron started acting when he was only 13,

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10 Magazine Covers From The 80s That Will Make You Feel Like You've Traveled Back In Time

The 80s will continue to be one of the best decades of all time. There has never (and will never) be a decade that is more colorful, more ridiculous, or more fun. Sure, some people may be saying that we are all stuck in the past and that we should move on, but honestly, there is no point. We are never going to achieve the same intense obsession with hairspray and blue eyeshadow again, so let's all remember it while we still can. Obviously, there was no internet in the 80s, so following the trends was all done through magazines.

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'Roseanne' Star Opens Up About The 'Nervous Breakdowns' She Had While Filming The Popular Sitcom

Watching Roseanne was basically a requirement for all families in the 80s and 90s. The Conners were the family that we all became obsessed with because their portrayal of a working-class family actually felt real to us. It always felt like you could go knock on your neighbor's house, and they would be going through the same things that the Conners were dealing with. It was grounded in reality, yet groundbreaking in popularity. ABCThe show ran for 9 seasons, winning many awards over the years, including Emmys, Golden Globes, and Screen Actor's Guild Awards. The show seemed to have been

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Elizabeth Shue Was One Of The Biggest Stars Of The 80s, But What Has She Been Up To Since?

After making us all fall in love with her in The Karate Kid and Adventures in Babysitting, Elisabeth Shue continued to be the first crush of basically every boy who grew up in the 80s. Her role in Cocktail solidified her status, and Back to the Future really confirmed what we had already known. Even though we all remember watching her as kids, how many of you know where she has ended up? Shue started acting as a teenager, and her role as Ali in The Karate Kid was her big break. It was a huge role for someone who

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Jaleel White Reveals The 'Family Matters' Episode That Made Him Cry After Filming

We all remember watching Family Matters each and every week with our families, laughing at the outrageous nonsense that our good buddy Steve Urkel would get into. Each time he said that catch phrase "did I do that?" we'd laugh as if it were the first time we heard it. ABCHowever, behind the scenes it was a different story for the young star. Jaleel White played the suspenders-clad Urkel for years, appearing in 204 episodes total, but it wasn't always fun for him. He admitted that there were times where the work was hard on him, especially when it came