10 Teen Crushes You Probably Had in the 2000s and How They’ve Changed

In the 2000s, when we were teens, there were so many cool movies, TV shows, singers, and bands, that it was almost impossible to not fall in love with someone. All those romantic plots and love songs would give us goosebumps, make us have butterflies in our stomachs, and dream about meeting someone special. And the standards were certainly set high — our favorite guys and girls we saw on TV were just perfect!

We at smartzune.com  hope you see some familiar faces that will make you remember the good old days of being lovesick. You might even realize that you still have a crush on someone!

1. Tom Welling, Smallville

Thomas Joseph “Tom” Welling (born April 26, 1977 is an American actor, director, producer, and model best known for his role as Clark Kent in The WB/CW superhero drama Smallville (2001–2011). He also co-starred in the Foxfantasy comedy-drama Lucifer as Lt. Marcus Pierce (2017–2018).

A high school athlete, Welling initially worked in construction and, in 1998, he successfully modeled men’s clothing for several popular brands. In 2000, he made a successful transition to television. He has been nominated for and received several awards for his role as Clark Kent. In 2001, he had a recurring role as Rob

30 Teen Crushes You Probably Had in the 2000s and How They’ve Changed

Welling was born in Putnam Valley, New York. His family moved frequently, making stops in Wisconsin, Delaware, and Michigan.Welling attended Okemos High School in Okemos, Michigan, where he started acting in plays, but then switched into sports. Welling played baseball and soccer, but his favorite sport is basketballWelling is one of four children, with two older sisters, Rebecca and Jamie, and a younger brother, Mark Welling, who is also an actor”Karate Rob” Meltzer in the second season of the CBS legal drama Judging Amy. He has also been involved behind the camera as an executive producerand a director. His films include Cheaper by the Dozen (2003), Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005), The Fog (2005), Draft Day (2014) and The Choice (2016).