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Our Favorite ’80s Teen Queen (Next to Lisa Bonet) is Back!

When she turned toward the camera and delivered the line, “They f–king forgot my birthday,” in 1984’s Sixteen Candles, Molly Ringwald had our heart. Yes, we obsessed over Lisa Bonet’s style and sass on The Cosby Show, but it was Ringwald who was the every-girl you cheered for.

Now 40, the freckled face of ’80s teen angst is starring as a mom in ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager. Yes, it’s a far cry from her days as the It Girl of eclectic, vintage fashion.

“I never thought of myself as a style icon,” Ringwald told the Los Angeles Times. “I wore all that vintage because my parents kept me on an allowance, and so I shopped on Melrose. My style was based on necessity.”

As for Sixteen Candles? “I think that Sixteen Candles lends itself to [another film],” she says of a possible sequel. “It was such a Cinderella story. And I was interested to see what happened to this girl.”

We’re crossing our fingers!!!

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Our Favorite ’80s Teen Queen (Next to Lisa Bonet) is Back!

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When she turned toward the camera and delivered the line, “They f–king forgot my birthday,” in 1984’s Sixteen Candles, Molly Ringwald had our heart. Yes, we obsessed over Lisa Bonet’s style and sass on The Cosby Show, but it was Ringwald who was the every-girl you cheered for.

Now 40, the freckled face of ’80s teen angst is starring as a mom in ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager. Yes, it’s a far cry from her days as the It Girl of eclectic, vintage fashion.

“I never thought of myself as a style icon,” Ringwald told the Los Angeles Times. “I wore all that vintage because my parents kept me on an allowance, and so I shopped on Melrose. My style was based on necessity.”

As for Sixteen Candles? “I think that Sixteen Candles lends itself to [another film],” she says of a possible sequel. “It was such a Cinderella story. And I was interested to see what happened to this girl.”

We’re crossing our fingers!!!

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