US Weekly Magazine lists the hottest teen idols ever. See if your favorites are included on the list. Mine does! hahaha!
Joey Lawrence Whoa! Known for his roles as Joey Russo on Blossom and Joey Donovan on Gimme a Break!, Lawrence parlayed his acting success into a music career. In 1993, at the age of 16, he released his self-titled debut album. His single “Nothin’ My Love Can’t Fix” reached No. 6 on the Billboard charts.
‘N Sync The multiplatinum boy band — featuring Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick — released four hit albums in a four year span. After Timberlake went solo in 2002, ‘N Sync went on an indefinite hiatus.
Donny Osmond The “Sweet and Innocent” singer became a fan favorite in the 1970s. Joined by his sister, Osmond co-hosted The Donny & Marie Show between 1976 and 1979. Osmond’s other solo hits include “Go Away Little Girl” and “Puppy Love.”
James Van Der Beek The actor became the object of every girl’s affection when Dawson’s Creek premiered on The WB in 1998. Before the series ended in 2003, Van Der Beek became a box office star thanks to film roles in Varsity Blues and The Rules of Attraction
Kirk Cameron Best known for playing the mischievous Mike Seaver on Growing Pains (1985-1992), the Tiger Beat poster boy also appeared in several made-for-TV movies including A Little Piece of Heaven and The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
David Cassidy The singer and actor played Keith on The Partridge Family for four seasons in the early ’70s. Thanks to the success of his hit song “I Think of Love You,” the Tiger Beat cover boy released several hit albums including Cherish, Rock Me Baby and Home Is Where the Heart Is.
Backstreet Boys The Orlando quintet featured Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean, Kevin Richardson and Howie Dorough. Between 1996 and 2009, the band released seven albums. Richardson left the band in 2006, though he has since performed with them on special occasions.
Scott Wolf Though he had small appearances on TV shows like Saved by the Bell and Kids Incorporated, it was until Wolf joined the cast of Party of Five in 1994 that he really became a household name. Playing rebellious teen Bailey Salinger, Wolf appeared in all 142 episodeds of the Fox hit.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Mario Lopez Gosselaar and Lopez became household names as Zack Morris and A.C. Slater on Saved By the Bell, which ran from 1989-1993. The two also starred in Saved by the Bell: The College Years, which lasted just one season.
Zac Efron The California native won the hearts of millions when Disney Channel’s High School Musical premiered in 2006. Efron — who played singing basketball player Troy Bolton in two more installments — later appeared in Hairspray and 17 Again.
Jonathan Taylor Thomas Best known for his role as Randy Taylor on the ’90s TV show Home Improvement, Thomas — also known as JTT — voiced the role of young Simba in 1994’s The Lion King. He also starred in movies including Tom and Huck, The Adventures of Pinocchio and Wild America.
Corey Feldman and Corey Haim The actors and BFFs — known as The Two Coreys — appeared in a number of ’80s films together, including The Lost Boys, License to Drive and Dream a Little Dream. The two reunited in 2007 for an A&E reality show; it lasted just two seasons.
Hanson The pop trio hailing from Tulsa, Oklahoma — brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac — hit it big in 1997 with the catchy tune “MMMBop” from their debut album, Middle of Nowhere. The band’s other popular songs include “Where’s the Love,” “I Will Come to You” and “This Time Around.”
Chad Michael Murray After playing Tristan DuGrey on Gilmore Girls, Murray landed a starring role on One Tree Hill in 2003. The actor — who also starred in teen movies like A Cinderella Story and Freaky Friday — left the series after six seasons.
Johnny Depp The actor played Officer Tom Hanson on 21 Jump Street (1987-1990), solidifying his status as a teen heartthrob. Depp later admitted he felt “forced into the role of product” and chose grittier roles that he felt were better suited to his talents.
Justin Bieber Discovered on YouTube, the Canadian singer rose to fame in late 2009 thanks to hit singles like “One Time” and “One Less Lonely Girl.” By February 2011, Bieber broke new ground with the 3D concert film Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, which grossed $29 million in its opening weekend.
Luke Perry and Jason Priestley The actors played polar opposites Dylan McKay and Brandon Walsh on the ’90s TV series Beverly Hills, 90210. Though Perry took a two-season break from the hit Fox drama, Priestly remained on the show for nine seasons until 1998.
New Kids on the Block The Boston boy band — featuring brothers Jordan and Jonathan Knight, Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg and Danny Wood — hit it big in 1988 with the release of the single “You Got It (The Right Stuff).” Despite worldwide success, the band split in 1994, only to be reunited 14 years later.
Scott Baio When he was 16, Baio was cast as The Fonz’s cousin, Chaci Arcola, on the ’70s sitcom Happy Days. Capitalizing on his success, Baio appeared in several TV movies including Stoned, All the Kids Do It, The Boy Who Drank Too Much and Senior Trip. Baio also recorded several albums as a teen star.
Jonas Brothers The trio — brothers Kevin, Joe, and Nick — gained fame through the Disney Channel in 2005. After starring in two Camp Rock films, the band went on to headline a sold-out worldwide tour and star in a 3D concert movie.
Source : US Weekly