The All New Mickey Mouse Club featured some of today’s biggest stars, before they were stars, including Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake and Ryan Gosling — see photos of them in the early '90s and now!
Always a cutie! After tearing up the stage on MMC, Timberlake started tearing up our hearts as a member of one of the biggest boy bands in history — 'NSync. The mega pop star later kicked off a solo career in 2002 and has appeared in movies such as The Social Network, Friends with Benefits and Inside Llewyn Davis. He married actress Jessica Biel in 2012 and welcomed son Silas in 2015.
How she's changed! Three years after leaving The Mickey Mouse Club, the star launched her music career with the release of her 1998 smash " ... Baby One More Time." She has since released seven more studio albums and starred in the 2002 coming-of-age flick Crossroads. From 1999 to 2002, she famously dated fellow Mouseketeer Timberlake. She shares sons Sean and Jayden with her second ex-husband, Kevin Federline.
Those moves, though! Gosling became a bona fide movie star following his stint on the series. (Fun fact: He lived with Timberlake while filming MMC.) The dreamboat became a household name after starring in 2004's The Notebook and is best known for flicks like Remember the Titans, Blue Valentine, Crazy, Stupid Love, The Place Beyond the Pines, Drive and The Big Short.
Russell has worked steadily in TV and film since singing on MMC. She officially became a household name by playing the title role in the series Felicity, and went on to star in movies such as Mission: Impossible III, Waitress and August Rush. She now plays Russian spy Elizabeth Jennings in FX's The Americans.
Chasez worked with Justin Timberlake in 'NSync before going on to work in TV. He appeared on Fashion News Live from 2005 to 2013 and was a judge on America's Best Dance Crew from 2008 to 2012. He also has written music for the Backstreet Boys and American Idol alum David Archuleta.
Sticking with it! The former Mouseketeer — who dated Keri Russell on and off for years — stuck with music after the show's 1995 cancellation. Seventeen years later, he auditioned for fellow MMC alum Christina Aguilera on season 2 of The Voice in 2012. He placed third in the competition.