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Famous '90s women we still have crushes on - Page 39 of 88 - Kiwi Report

Famous '90s women we still have crushes on


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[post_page_title]Then: Aaliyah[/post_page_title]
Singer, dancer, actress, and model, Aaliyah did it all. She took the notion of a triple threat and made it look like nothing. Aaliyah’s music was basically the soundtrack of the ’90s, with beats that complimented her voice perfectly.

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Then: Aaliyah

She had two film credits to her name, one in the film Romeo Must Die, and the other in the vampire hit The Queen of the Damned. Her songs Age Ain’t Nothing but a Number, and One In a Million were both huge successes.

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