20 Dated Celebrity Endorsements From Over A Decade Ago

Victoria Beckham for Polaroid! Jesse Eisenberg for Oxy! Fergie for Bongo Jeans! Pink for Jelly Roll gel pens! Looking back, it seems like any ol’ celebrity would slap their name onto a now-dated product with little remorse for how it would translate years later.

Over my winter vacation, I went through some of my old teen magazines from the years 1999-2001. Here’s some of what I found.

2. Fergie for Bongo Jeans

Along with the other members of her 90s girl group “Wild Orchid”

3. Britney Spears for Polaroid

4. Alexis Bledel for Naturistics

5. Christina Aguilera for Fetish Cosmetics

6. Pink for Jelly Roll

7. Denise Richards for Max Factor

8. Rebecca Romijn for Pantene

9. Justin Timberlake for Herbal Essences

Along with the rest of N Sync: JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick.

10. Queen Latifah for Reebok

11. Backstreet Boys for Milk

12. Victoria Beckham, Spice Girls for Polarioid

13. Tyra Banks for Cover Girl

14. Denise Vasi for Doritos Wow! Chips

15. Tara Reid for Hello Kitty

16. Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway for Oxy

“Get real!”

17. Venus and Serena Williams for Milk

18. Keri Russell, Scott Foley for Fox

Along with Scott Speedman and Amy Jo Johnson (AKA the original pink Power Ranger)

19. Tyra Banks, Nikki Taylor for Cover Girl

20. Mandy Moore, Jennifer Love Hewitt for Oxy

21. Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen for TGIF

I know this was at the very end of TGIF’s tenure on ABC’s Friday nights, but what in the world is “Brother’s Keeper?”

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