We all remember our first crush. Whether it was Tiffany Sanders from the 6th grade or Tiffany of "I Think We're Alone Now" fame, crushes from our youth hold a special place in our hearts. The '80s provided primo crush fodder, be it from TV, movies, sports or music. There were the TV babes whose photos we cut out of Tiger Beat (yes, maybe we once pasted Alyssa Milano on our wall), the hot young stars whose crappy movies we waited in line to see, the singers whose 1-900 numbers we called in the hopes that maybe we'd actually get to talk to them. (That was our friend, not us.)

But where are our crushes from the '80s now? Did they all fade into obscurity, or are they still as popular (and hot) as they were in their heyday? Stroll down memory lane with our gallery of crushes from the "Members Only" era and see where your former One True Loves are now. And please, take that Martika poster off your wall. It's just sad now.

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'80s Crushes
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80s Crushes

    Danica McKellar

    Then: As Kevin Arnold's dream girl on "The Wonder Years," McKellar inspired many a Daniel Stern-voiced musing.

    Fun fact: her first kiss was with Fred Savage.

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    Danica McKellar

    Now: These days the former Winnie Cooper is best known for her forays into mathematics, authoring books like "Kiss My Math" and "Math Doesn't Suck." And she's certainly the only '80s TV star to have a mathematical theorem named after them.

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    Phoebe Cates

    Then: Cates, an expert in the field of slow-motion bikini removal, cemented her crush icon status with "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" and "Gremlins."

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    Phoebe Cates

    Now: After marring Kevin Kline in 1989, Cates appeared in a string of fondly remembered flops ("Drop Dead Fred," "Princess Caraboo") during the '90s. Last seen in 2001's "The Anniversary Party," Cates spends her time these days raising her family (son Owen appeared in "The Squid and the Whale") and running a gift boutique on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

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    Nicole Eggert

    Then: Coming to fame as "Charles in Charge"'s resident blonde bombshell Jamie Powell, Eggert spun her hottie success into a role on "Baywatch." Her tumultuous relationship with Corey Haim, who proposed to her on the set of their film "Blown Away," was short-lived thanks to Haim's drug addiction.

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    Nicole Eggert

    Now: Eggert has popped up on reality TV ("The Real Gilligan's Island,"Scott Baio is 45...And Single") and in films like "National Lampoon's Cattle Call." And unfortunately she still doesn't have the best luck with men, charging ex-boyfriend DJ Lethal (of Limp Bizkit) with domestic abuse in 2008.

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    Lisa Bonet

    Then: Bonet was every artsy sensitive guy's crush during her years on "The Cosby Show," (and later "A Different World.") Her frequently naked, and blood-drenched, turn in the movie "Angel Heart" stirred up controversy, and led to Bill Cosby booting her out of America's favorite TV family.

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    Lisa Bonet

    Now: Bonet's fame cooled after "A Different World," though she made memorable appearances in the films "High Fidelity" and "Biker Boyz" (opposite "Dwayne Wayne" himself, Kadeem Hardison). Recently, Bonet resurfaced as the girlfriend the displaced-in-the-'70s cop is trying to get back to on ABC's "Life on Mars."

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    Molly Ringwald

    Then: If you didn't have a crush on Molly Ringwald at some point during the '80s, then you probably never went to the movies, turned on a TV, or opened an issue of "Tiger Beat."

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    Molly Ringwald

    Now: While the past two decades have mostly seen Ringwald relegated to bit parts, she recently entered the "wise mom" phase of her career with the hit show "The Secret Life of the American Teenager." And rumors of a "Breakfast Club" reunion still bubble up every couple years or so.

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