) has surfaced on the internet, and it's just a doozy!
Between her metallic pumps and two-piece gown, and Lance's spikey hair and frosted tips, we've instantly time-traveled back to the '90s.
Luckily, the young naifs nailed it and "went on to kiss almost every week for the next seven years." (Savage did tell podcast that he and Fishel went on a real date once, but he didn't know it was a date at the time, and therefore blew it.) And Lance Bass was (almost) her last.
Before Fishel met her husband, Lance Bass was the "one who got away." That's right, Lance Bass, the former *NSYNC member who is now openly gay.
Check Yes or No' and there were 2 little boxes."So sweet!
Here are five of the best (and sometimes painful) moments from her new memoir, out this week. Fishel speed-talked her way through her first audition for the part of Topanga and was subsequently cast in a lesser role.
Luckily, the girl who did get Topanga was unable to take notes from the director after their first rehearsal so they let her go and Fishel auditioned again, finally nabbing the part.
In 1991, at the age of 10, Fishel was discovered in a community theater where she performed in two productions, The Wizard of Oz and Peter Pan.
She quickly moved on to do voice-overs and commercials, including several as a Barbie Girl for Mattel.