27 TV Crushes Disney+ Will Bring Back Instantly
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27 Throwback Babes Disney+ Will Have You Crushing On Again

Ethan Craft is still a total hottie.

27 Throwback Babes Disney+ Will Have You Crushing On Again
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Disney+ is FINALLY here, and with it comes countless Disney Channel throwbacks we all thought we'd never see again.

If you're a true Disney stan, you've probably already browsed through the incredible selection of DCOMS and shows and added all of your old favorites to your watchlist.

And there's no doubt that this trip down memory lane brought back a ton of old feelings, ESPECIALLY old crushes.

Every straight late 90s and early 2000s girl can admit they crushed hard on these 27 Disney babes.

1. Ethan Craft from "Lizzie McGuire"

2. Shawn Hunter from "Boy Meets World"

3. Mason Greybeck from "Wizards of Waverly Place"

4. Devon Carter from "That's So Raven"

5. Phil Diffy from "Phil of the Future"

6. Jake Ryan from "Hannah Montana"

7. Cory Matthews from "Boy Meets World"

8. Brad from "Cadet Kelly"

9. Justin Russo from "Wizards of Waverly Place"

10. Cody Martin from "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody"

11. Troy Bolton from "High School Musical"

12. Shane Gray from "Camp Rock"

13. Alan Twitty from "Even Stevens"

14. Derek from "The Cheetah Girls"

15. Eddie Ogden from "Eddie's Million Dollar Cook-Off"

16. Zack Martin from "The Suite Life of Zach and Cody"

17. Dean Talon from "Motocrossed"

18. Nate Gray from "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam"

19. Chad Dylan Cooper from "Sonny with a Chance"


20. Greg from "Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century"

21. Jason Gray from "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam"

22. Chez Starbuck from "The Thirteenth Year"

23. Chad Danforth from "High School Musical"

24. Andy Brinker from "Brink!"

25. Ben Cooper from "Smart House"

26. Jesse from "Hannah Montana"

27. Jordan Cahill from "Stuck in the Suburbs"

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