14 Celebrities You Forgot Appeared On Sabrina The Teenage Witch

  
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From 1996 to 2003, Sabrina the Teenage Witch was one of the best sitcoms on television and it appealed to way more than just teens. Over the years numerous stars of all generations and facets of the entertainment industry made their way to the set of Sabrina resulting in some truly memorable guest appearances and cameos. For some, their appearances came before major stardom and only looking back on the show now do fans realize where some of today’s biggest stars got their start. Snap your fingers and take a trip back to the ’90s and early 2000s with this look back at 14 celebrities you forgot made an appearance on Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

14. Usher

Just as Usher was beginning to rise to the top of the ranks in the music industry he made an absolutely amazing cameo on Sabrina the Teenage Witch. On February 15, 2002, the talented singer appeared in the Valentine’s Day inspired season six episode “I Think I Love You.” Usher portrayed The Love Doctor in the episode where it seems Sabrina is unable to say “I love you” back to her boyfriend. When she tells her Aunt she needs to see a doctor, her Aunt tells her “there is only one doctor that can solve your problem…the Love Doctor.” Upon telling him her problems, Usher sings his advice to her and even gets her to sing along.


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13. Maria Menounos

Maria Menounos is best known for her work on Access Hollywood and Extra as a host and reporter, but she has had her fair share of acting gigs as well. Many know her from her recurring role as Jules on One Tree Hill, but her very first acting role came in 2002 when she made a very small appearance in the season seven episode “Free Sabrina.” In the episode, Sabrina is on a mission to expose a famous actress as a kleptomaniac and bursts into a press junket where she runs into Menounos who was playing the part of a reporter. From there Menounos went on to appear in Without a Trace, One Tree Hill, Entourage, Fantastic Four and more.

Source: Press Association

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