While the rest of the stars of "Saved By the Bell" have done a pretty good job staying in the spotlight, the same can't be said of Lark Voorhies. Lark, who played Lisa Turtle on the classic sitcom, has kept a low profile over the last few years -- popping up occasionally for a bizarre photo op or TV interview and then vanishing again. The actress reappeared over the weekend in Los Angeles, where she was spotted leaving the premiere of "Where We Started" in Hollywood. Voorhies made headlines in after a strange interview with People magazine, where she was described as "mumbling to herself or to others who weren't there. While we won't post some of the extremely unkind things said about the year-old's appearance on Twitter this weekend, we're happy to see her at least looking happy at the event. Check out the gallery above to see more women of the '90s -- and find out who aged the best! Hot Photos. Canceled or Renewed? Hot Videos. More In Entertainment.
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By Nadia Mendoza. They'll always be high school students in our hearts. But sadly our teenage idols grow up too, and Lark Voorhies is no exception. And now the Saved By The Bell icon is barely recognisable, having fast-forwarded from her terrible teens to the ripe old age of A little too much make-up: Lark appeared to have overdone the blush and lipstick. Remember her? Having rather generously applied her blusher and lipstick, the Nashville-born star spoke to Yahoo! When quizzed about the likelihood of getting the old gang back together, Lark admitted: ' We tend to circumvent and come around to this topic quite often, so I think the buzz might catch.
Time out! Lark Voorhies made a surprise appearance at the Saved by the Bell pop-up diner in West Hollywood on Tuesday, June 26 — and got into character! The actress played Lisa Turtle on the beloved series, which ran from to Voorhies also was one of the original stars to appear in Good Morning, Miss Bliss. In one memorable episode, the pair took part in a dance-off at The Max even though she had a sprained ankle. On Tuesday, Voorhies paid tribute to the scene by posing with a pair of crutches.