1. The Violent Femmes
In “Hilda and Zelda: The Teenage Years,” Sabrina and her friends go to Boston to meet the Violent Femmes. Libby has a huge crush on Gordon Gano.
2. 10,000 Maniacs
In “A River of Candy Corn Runs Through It,” Sabrina spiced up her lame Halloween party with a drop-in performance by 10,000 Maniacs. Like you do.
Sabrina uses a fake ID to sneak into an NSYNC concert in “Sabrina and the Pirates.” There are dire consequences.
4. Britney Spears
Melissa Joan Hart’s BFF Britney Spears dropped by in “No Place Like Home.” They were promoting Drive Me Crazy and the Britney single.
5. Paula Abdul
In “Aging, Not So Gracefully,” Salem finally got to meet his crush Paula Abdul. They were never able to consummate the relationship.
6. Aaron Carter
Sabrina joined Aaron’s beach party in “Beach Blanket Bizarro.” Frankie Avalon is also in this episode, but he’s an Old.
7. Eden’s Crush
Remember Eden’s Crush? Well, they played the coffee house in “Finally!”
In “A Birthday Witch,” Roxie’s ex-boyfriend was Isaac Hanson for some reason. He and his brothers performed at a soup kitchen.
Usher played a Love Doctor in “I Think I Love You.” Nobody knows love like Usher. Nobody.
10. Howie Dorough
Backstreet Boy Howie Dorough played a pop star with an attitude in “The Big Head.” Spoiler alert: his head literally balloons in the episode.
Ashanti gave Sabrina stankface in “Call Me Crazy.” She also guest starred on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which makes me wonder what became of Ashanti’s acting career.
12. Da Brat
In the next episode, “Shift Happens,” Sabrina had to interview a hip-hop diva played by Da Brat.
13. Daniel Bedingfield
In “The Lyin’, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,” Natasha’s brother Daniel Bedingfield played himself, yet another musician Sabrina was tasked with interviewing.
14. Sixpence None the Richer
The “Kiss Me” group showed up in “Getting to Nose You,” where they played a concert while Sabrina fought her big-nosed double. Typical.
15. Avril Lavigne
Sabrina catches a live Avril Lavigne performance in “Bada-Ping!” And then they posed for a photo together, I guess.
- Nicholas Winton, who saved more than 650 Jewish children from the Holocaust, died at 106.