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Teen Idols then and now

Before Justin Bieber, Harry Styles and Taylor Swift, we had these guys. From 1990s heart-throbs (step forward Jason Priestley) to the twins we wanted to BE (thanks to Sweet Valley High) see how your favourite teen stars of yore have grown up - and discover what some of today's celebrities were doing in their younger years in the gallery below.

Think we missed a crucial teen star off our list? Let us know on twitter @StylistMagazine

Picture credits: Rex Features

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