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16 Celebrity Crushes You Have Not Been Properly Nursing Lately

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | November 4, 2014 |

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | November 4, 2014 |

Look: Many of us spend years cultivating our celebrity crushes. We pine, we obsess, and maybe we stalk a little (it’s all in the name of love!) But then, that person stops making movies for a while. Or his or her TV show gets cancelled. And then you forget about them. THAT’S NOT OK.

I don’t want to tell any of you how to handle your business, but I think it’s important that we all maintain some loyalty to our celebrity crushes, so long as personal scandal or Scientology membership doesn’t get in the way. Because everybody eventually circles back around, and if you didn’t keep the flames of your celebrity crush stoked, you fall back to the end of the line with the bandwagon riff raff. Just because Jennifer Lawrence or Benedict Cumberbatch or Tom Hiddleston comes along doesn’t mean it’s OK to forget about your past crushes.

Don’t be that person.

Here’s another of our periodic reminders that just because a celebrity is not making movies or television shows are appearing on the red carpet, that doesn’t mean we should allow our feelings for them fade. Keep it stoked, folks. The ember must always be glowing.

Here’s 16 celebrity crushes you have all been doing a very bad job of nursing lately.

John Krasinski


Amber Benson


Paul Gross (don’t look for more contemporary pics. Let’s just remember the way we loved him on Slings and Arrows).


Marisa Tomei


Diego Luna


Salma Hayek


Scott Speedman


Monica Bellucci


Sam Rockwell


Isla Fisher


Goran Visnjic


Amber Tamblyn


Callum Blue


Lauren Ambrose


Eric Bana


Alison Lohman


Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. You may email him here, follow him on Twitter, or listen to his weekly TV podcast, Podjiba.

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