BOY Meets World grads Trina McGee and Danielle Fishel seem to have found the fountain of youth.
Trina, 53, and Danielle, 42, recently performed a fast dance combo at a GalaxyCon event dedicated to Boy Meets World.
In the clip Trina shared on her TikTok, the ’90s TV stars had their arms wrapped around each other in a cheeky hip-swinging motion that propelled them forward together.
Trina and Danielle sang to the dubbed song “TikTok” of the clip of Kesha, 36.
Each of the actresses wore dresses that accentuated their figures.
Both women looked like they hadn’t aged in the last 20+ years.
Fans following Trina’s TikTok post were in awe of the couple, with many commenting on her and Danielle’s youthful looks.
“Haven’t any of you aged?!?!” one fan asked curiously.
Another added: “I just can’t! You will look the same!”
A third person captioned it: “Hope I age like Trina…She looks like 20!!!”
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When fans weren’t praising the sitcom’s best friends for their looks, they were praising their style.
Trina received even more fan comments after posting her TikTok video on her Instagram page.
“You’re both adorable! I love these dresses too!” praised one fan on her Instagram comments section.
A second fan tweeted: “I love the dress with the glitter.”
Another person said, “2 cuties in adorable dresses!”
Someone else remarked, “And a special thanks to those gorgeous dresses and gorgeous beauties.”
Trina recently attended the meet-and-greet with the cast of Boy Meets World, although she struggled while starring on the show.
Earlier this year, Trina claimed she was a victim of racism on the set of the ’90s teen drama, claiming, “Bad behavior needs to be brought out.”
Trina played Angela Moore as the on-off girlfriend of Rider Strong’s character Shaun Hunter, 44, for 60 episodes in the final seasons of the show.
She also appeared in an episode of the rebooted series Girl Meets World in 2015.
But in January, she took to social media to draw attention to the show and her own personal experience, claiming she was ignored, called “Aunt Jemima” and criticized for her belief in God.
As part of a series of tweets in which she also spoke at conventions and claimed she was “locked out of money,” she tweeted, “I called Aunt Jemima on set while she was getting her hair done and makeup done. Called a bitter bitch when I was.” I’ve been quietly waiting for rehearsals to end for my scene, which keeps getting hyped about the episode my character is in.
“I said like a stranger after 60 episodes it was nice of you to join us.”
Aunt Jemima is a brand of pancake mixes, syrups and other breakfast foods, but the name comes from a minstrel show character, making her an offensive embodiment of racial stereotypes and attitudes.
She continued: “Sent happy regards and was greeted with blank, cold looks. Belittled in front of the extras for her belief in God. F**kery was real.”
“All the truth. stayed nice Not angry. Just feel free to comment on 20+ years of disrespectful behavior.”
When later asked which project she was referring to, she said, “Boy Meets World.”