OMG! We are having major 1999 flashbacks after seeing Sarah Michelle Gellar reunited with her ‘Cruel Intentions’ co-star and kisser, Selma Blair.
Sarah Michelle Gellar just won flash back Friday! She made ‘Cruel Intentions’ fans nostalgic with this epic throwback of her and Selma Blair’s first base kiss! Sarah wished her friend a very happy birthday by inviting her to recreate the kiss!
Ever wonder what happened to your favorite childhood stars? 90’s teen queens like Sarah Michelle Gellar from ‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’ and Alicia Silverstone from ‘Clueless’ practically raised us through a TV screen. They’ve done a lot of growing up since then, too!
SO brave! Sarah Michelle Gellar is officially the latest celeb to come forward & reveal her struggle with postpartum depression. Sharing her battle with fans, the ‘Buffy’ alum pleaded with followers to take action by calling their local congressmen in an effort to get PPD covered by Trump’s healthcare plan.
Who did Buffy’s heart truly belong to? We finally have our answer! Sarah Michelle Gellar played an epic ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’-themed version of ‘Marry, Shag, Kill’ on ‘Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen’ on April 4 and her answers will totally stake you!
Well, stake our hearts, why don’t you? In honor of ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s 20th anniversary, James Marsters, who played Spike on the hit series, revealed to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY he didn’t always play nice with his co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar!
Brace yourselves, 90’s kids — it’s been 20 years since the premiere of ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’! Now that you feel really old, check out how Sarah Michelle Gellar and more stars are celebrating.
It’s Buffy, b**ch! Sarah Michelle Gellar went to bat for Britney Spears when she tore apart the Lifetime biopic ‘Britney Ever After,’ which she thought didn’t do the pop icon justice.
Fellow ’90s queens always have each other’s back! The vampire slayer herself — Sarah Michelle Gellar — came at Lifetime hard on Feb. 18 when their Britney Spears biopic did not do the pop queen justice.
Oh no! Sarah Michelle Gellar had the fright of her life on Jan. 12 when she rushed her adorable 5-year old son to the hospital. The ‘Buffy’ star slept overnight in the ER room, praying the whole time for Rocky’s health to improve. Find out what happened, here!
Yikes! This is so not good. Sarah Michelle Gellar mixed up her George’s and tweeted her sadness over the death of Boy George instead of George Michael and got some serious backlash! See the insane tweets!
Sarah Michelle Gellar is so proud of her ‘brave friend’ Shannen Doherty — who is struggling with breast cancer — and so touched by how she is handling her diagnosis, that she’s shared a beautiful pic honoring her #MondayMuse. Click here to see the photo!
When SMG died her hair dark, we knew Kathryn was back — but now, it’s real. She just showed the first set pic on Instagram, and we’re so ready for ‘Cruel Intentions’ to return.
The Cruel Intentions TV show is officially underway at NBC, and while it’s set to focus on Sebastian’s son, we know that Kathryn Merteuil is also back, and that means hello Sarah Michelle Gellar. On March 7, the 38-year-old shared a behind the scenes pic on set of the reboot, and we have to say, she hasn’t aged a day!
Sarah Michelle Gellar is ready for the ‘Cruel Intentions’ TV show! She celebrated the 17th anniversary of the movie hitting theaters AND dyed her hair back brown to become the evil Kathryn again. Click to see the PIC!
Aw! Sarah Michelle Gellar, 38, celebrated the 17th anniversary of the movie Cruel Intentions on March 5 by getting ready for the TV reboot series! SMG is transforming herself into the seductive Kathryn once again — and she started by dyeing her hair back brown!
It’s actually happening! Sarah Michelle Gellar just confirmed that she will, in fact, be reprising her ‘Cruel Intentions’ role for the NBC reboot, which was recently picked up to pilot. See her insane announcement here!
We’re so dead right now. After weeks of negotiations, Sarah Michelle Gellar has finally agreed to reprise her role from 1999’s Cruel Intentions as the female lead in NBC’s followup series based on the movie.