The 90s Mickey Mouse Club Was The Most Talented Ever, See How Far They've Come
While kids today have America's Got Talent, The Voice and American Idol, in the 90's we had The All New Mickey Mouse Club.
Even if you missed out on watching this Disney Channel show, you know many of your favorite 90's talents got their start here.
Here's a blast from the past on some of your favorite 90's stars when they were just starting out.
The soon-to-be pop princess joined the cast in season six. Before she became a Mickey Mouse Club kid, she had her television debut on the 1992 episode of Star Search.
If you grew up the 90's you will definitely remember Britney Spear's singing career. She's won a Grammy, earned the VMA's Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award and has had six-number one albums. As we would say "She's so lucky, she's a star."
As of February 2017, her estimated net worth is $200,000,000. Man, that's a lot of zeroes.
Joining in the sixth season, along with Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears, she appeared on other TV shows in the late 90's, including Misery Loves Company and Walker, Texas Ranger.
Deloach continues to light up the small screen with her role as the mother of Jenna, on MTV's Awkward since 2011. She has also made guest appearances on Mad Men and Grey's Anatomy.
Alley was only one of three MMC cast to stay on for all seven seasons of the show. The year she joined in 1989, she appeared in her first film, Ernest Saves Christmas.
In 2012, Alley performed a stand-up routine about her time as a member of the Mouse Club. Her most recent screen credit was in 2014 in an appearance on the show I Didn't Do That. She also appeared in the TV Series, Lethal Weapon earlier this year.
Joining the same year as Britney, Aguilera appeared on the sixth season of the show. Before she was on MMC she appeared on a 1990 episode of Star Search.
Three years after the show ended, she recorded "Reflection" for the Mulan soundtrack, which broke into the Top 20 on Billboard's chart.
She continued to dominate the pop world in the late 90's and early 2000's winning five Grammy's. She is currently a judge on The Voice.
Bet you didn't think you'd see that name on the list. Ryan Gosling started singing during the sixth season of the MMC. Once the show ended, he spent the 90's appearing on shows like FlashForward, Goosebumps, and Breaker High.
Since Ryan Gosling has mastered the role of heartthrob in movies like The Notebook, Crazy, Stupid, Love and has gotten into some serious roles like La La Land and The Place Beyond the Pines.
Joining MMC in its fourth season, JC Chasez clearly put his time rehearsing slow songs to good use when he joined *NSync after the show wrapped.
After being a part of one of the biggest boy bands that took over the 90's music scene, he released his own solo album, "Blowin' Me Up (With Her Love)," which made it to 35 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Joining MMC in the first season, he wasn't part of season 5 and 6, but came back for season 7. He also appeared on Blossom during the early 90's.
He also appeared on a handful of shows in the early 2000's including 7th Heaven, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, and 18 Wheels of Justice. In 2013, he wrote, directed, and voice-acted in a children's entertainment video.
In 1993, a young Justin Timberlake joined the MCC cast. Two year's later, he and JC Chasez would become members of an iconic 90's boy band.
After his success with *NSync, Justin went on to an impressive solo career winning nine Grammy's and releasing three multi-platinum albums. But his career isn't just limited to his singing abilities. Justin has won two Primetime Emmy's for hosting Saturday Night Live and has an IMDB list a mile long.
Source: Refinery 29