Jimmy Garoppolo, who is often referred to as Jimmy GQ because everyone thinks he looks like he belongs in GQ magazine, is a hot name to watch this season as he plays quarterback for the Las Vegas Raiders. We’re taking a quick look back at his love life and revealing the past two women he […]
Danielle Fishel‘s comments are making some headlines.
The 42-year-old actress, who played Topanga in Boy Meets World, met up with most of her co-stars for 90s Con in Tampa over the weekend, where the cast spoke about their friendships.
Cast members have alleged that Ben “ghosted” them three years ago, with several co-stars saying he “just kind of disappeared from our lives” in a conversation with Variety earlier this year.
Keep reading to find out more…
“We didn’t have a fight. There’s no falling out. There was no animosity. He just woke up one day and decided ‘I don’t want this person in my life anymore,’” Will Friedle said at the time.
On the ’90s Con panel, Danielle spoke of the importance of friendship, and said: “Over this many years and this much time together in different work atmospheres, you have fights, you have falling outs, you have moments where you come back together.”
“Because we are constantly put back together, there have been times where we’ve needed space from each other, and we’ve taken long distances. Yet, when you really commit to a relationship, when you really commit to this idea that we are always going to be in each other’s lives, the amount of growth and grace and forgiveness and compassion and true knowing of each other that we now have — that we never would have had had we written each other off and said ‘I’m done with you, I don’t want to see you again.’”
“So, like, that commitment to a relationship is such a lesson for everybody,” she concluded, via People.
Boy Meets World ran for seven seasons and ended in 2000.
Several of Ben Savage‘s Boy Meets World co-stars weighed in on his political ambitions recently. Find out what they said.