In this week's episode, Danielle Fishel reveals her best formula for the waiting game, social media dos and don'ts, and more. Watch to hear Danielle's dating, love, and relationship advice, and make sure to tweet @POPSUGAR with the hashtag #DearDanielle with your questions for a chance to have Danielle answer them on the show!
We're excited to announce the launch of our new YouTube channel, POPSUGAR Girls' Guide, your ultimate resource for living your 20s and 30s in style. In addition to some of our signature series, like Designer DIY, we're also delivering exclusive new shows that highlight style and trends, healthy living, entertaining, relationships, technology, as well as culture and entertainment. We're bringing together our own in-house editors, inspirational thought leaders for women, prominent YouTube stars like Tyler Oakley, and familiar faces like Danielle Fishel to share their helpful, and entertaining, advice with viewers. Stay tuned as there's more to come, but for now, be sure to subscribe to POPSUGAR Girls' Guide on YouTube for all our new shows and latest episodes. Here's a peek at our shows!
Danielle Fishel asked Lance Bass to prom?! Hear her side of the story and find out why he almost said no. Plus, check out their amazing Boy Meets World and *NSYNC mashup prom picture together and get tips on asking your own dream date to prom. Watch to hear Danielle's dating, love, and relationship advice, and make sure to tweet @POPSUGAR with the hashtag #DearDanielle with your questions for a chance to have Danielle answer them on the show!
We are so excited to share the first episode of Dear Danielle, our new love and relationship advice show hosted by Danielle Fishel! In episode one, Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World star Danielle tackles topics like blind dating, qualities to look for in a guy, online dating, and more. Watch now to hear Danielle's advice, and make sure to tweet @POPSUGAR with the hashtag #DearDanielle with your questions for a chance to have Danielle answer them on the show. Plus, watch everything from our new YouTube channel — POPSUGAR Girls' Guide!
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Ever since the news dropped that Boy Meets World would be getting a spin-off, I've been waiting with bated breath for a peek at the new series, and here it is! Cast members of Girl Meets World have been busy at work, and the best part is that they're letting us in on the action. Check out fun photos of returning stars like Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel (who you can also see in POPSUGAR's Girl's Guide), as well as their young new counterparts!
We are so excited to share a sneak peek at Dear Danielle, our new love and relationship advice show hosted by Danielle Fishel! Dear Danielle is the first show on POPSUGAR Girls' Guide, our new YouTube channel debuting at the end of the month. You'll be able to get love advice from the former Boy Meets World and current Girl Meets World star herself, and if you tweet any burning relationship queries @POPSUGAR with the hashtags #DearDanielle and #PSGG, then you may get your questions answered on the show. Danielle will personally be selecting viewer questions to answer, so make them count! Watch our Dear Danielle sneak peek now, and make sure to subscribe to POPSUGAR Girls' Guide on YouTube for more great videos.
If you ever watched the show Boy Meets World in the '90s, you probably never would have looked at Topanga Lawrence, played by Danielle Fishel, and thought this young girl had issues with her weight. She was adorable, thin, and fun-loving on the show, but in her teen years, she was secretly "obsessed" with having a 24-inch waist. In order to maintain this tiny frame, she tried taking laxatives, eating a diet of iceberg lettuce, and occasionally making herself throw up. She admits, "I was terrified to eat. I would hide the fact that I wasn't eating lunch." She realized "this was not a game" after her 89-pound frame collapsed on the set one day.
After years of trying to maintain an impossibly thin and unhealthy body, now at 28 and hosting The Dish, this celeb says, "I'm as healthy as I've ever been." Following a balanced diet, at 126 pounds, she's happy with her body and no longer worried about looking thin on camera. "I've learned to be comfortable in my own skin."
Can't remember who Topanga was? Check out a video clip of Boy Meets World when you read more
As a regular watcher of The Soup and Sarah Haskins's Target Women videos, I don't feel the need for a similarly snarky, funny show. But something happened recently, and I discovered that there's room in my heart for more of these shows. I caught an episode of another show with sarcastic commentary on pop culture: The Dish. Hosted by Danielle Fishel (it's so good to see Topanga again!) the format and tone are very much like The Soup's, but the topics are usually more lady-centric, and there's something about Danielle's delivery and her giant, megawatt smile that makes me giggle. She's totally unafraid to look like a goofball and I love that.