The show may have been called Blossom, but we couldn't get enough of Six LeMeure (played by Jenna von Oy) on the NBC sitcom back in the day. We're taking a look at the ladies we wanted to be or wanted to be with, back in the '90s. Let's flashback to some of our favorite forgotten 1990's girl crushes...
She plays nice nerd Aldys in Never Been Kissed and goes to prom dressed as DNA. That takes some major confidence.
Ashley Dupree was such a diva on Breaker High, but wouldn't you be upset if your beauty routine kept getting messed up on a cruise ship? She had valid points.
We can't decide which of her mid-'90s movies we loved more: A Little Princess or Air Force One. Matthews (who is actually the heiress to the Hyatt Hotels fortune) had a short-lived acting career, but she was a lead in her projects. In A Little Princess, we loved her courage (and her amazing outfits... she was like a real-life American Girl doll), but in Air Force One she wasn't afraid to stand up to baddies.
As Lex Murphy in Jurassic Park, Richards escaped dinosaurs, showed off her computer skills, and made a ponytail work in a super-humid environment. You've got to respect that.
We all need to stop and celebrate how perfectly '90s Clea DuVall is in The Faculty. From the hair to the black nails and dark eyeliner, Stokely Mitchell had an outcast thing going on, but we admired the fact that she was doing her own thing.
Before she took on Cher in the TV series spin off of Clueless, this star was the blond bombshell of "The Midnight Society," Kristen, on Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Underrated 7th Heaven sister alert!
Heidi Lucas (Dina Alexander on Salute Your Shorts) was the popular girl at camp who knew how to rock a scrunchie like nobody's business.
We would be willing to get slimed in order to meet former Olympian turned Figure It Out host Summer Sanders.
Hear us out, people who are afraid of clowns... Loonette from The Big Comfy Couch was basically living our dream a.k.a. she laid around the house all day, chillin'.
She was amazing in The Craft, but the actress was captivating as buzzed beauty Debra in Empire Records.
Another '90s movie darling, Thora Birch wasn't the one covered in rose petals in American Beauty, but she was certainly a scene-stealer.
As Rayanne Graff on My So-Called Life, the star played a rebellious teen. Now she's a real-life royalty. (She's the Countess of Devon.)
Confession: Renee O'Connor a.k.a. Gabrielle on Xena: Warrior Princess was our sexual awakening.
Brad may have been the girl from the rich family on Hey Dude, but she knew her stuff when it came to riding horses. No wonder Ted was crushing on her, we were too!
As Lenni Frazier, Berdahl was a musician, an activist, and oh yeah, she was in touch with Ghostwriter, which was the coolest.
Six LeMeure on Blossom was our spirit animal back in the '90s. Look at her floral hat situation! This photo represents everything we were obsessed with in this decade.
You want the Rachel Truth? We're in love with The Craft's Rachel True.
The Craft star was the wicked witch of her friend group in the film, and we were definitely into it.
Of course Max in Hocus Pocus would be crushing on his classmate (Allison), she was absolutely stunning. Not to mention her Halloween costume was flawless.
Remember Debbie from Little Giants? She also played Jonathan Taylor Thomas' girlfriend Lauren on Home Improvement, and we were so totally jealous.
We seriously wanted to be Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century. From the cool, colorful clothes to the cute blonde 'do, Kirsten Storms was just perfection.
It's hard to tell which TV show solidified our girl crush on Amy Jo Johnson: Power Rangers or Felicity. Either way, this brunette beauty was adorable and perfect.