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3rd Sep '17 3:02:39 PM Malady
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Not to be confused with the Creator/MegCabot novel, Literature/TeenIdol.
23rd May '17 5:16:38 AM jormis29
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** Before the Disney Channel, Hayley Mills, Annette Funicello, Robert Considine and Tommy Kirk were teen idols in TheSixties.

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** Before the Disney Channel, Hayley Mills, Creator/HayleyMills, Annette Funicello, Robert Considine and Tommy Kirk were teen idols in TheSixties.
10th Sep '16 9:03:37 AM arnoldmcguire335
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** And then you have Music/BridgitMendler, Creator/DebbyRyan, Creator/BellaThorne, {{Zendaya}}, Creator/LauraMarano, Music/ChinaAnneMcClain, [[Series/DogWithABlog G. Hannelius]], [[Series/LivAndMaddie Dove Cameron]], and Creator/OliviaHolt...the list just goes on. Ross Lynch and Jake Short are the channel's male faces.

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** And then you have Music/BridgitMendler, Creator/DebbyRyan, Creator/BellaThorne, {{Zendaya}}, [[Creator/ZendayaColeman Zendaya]], Creator/LauraMarano, Music/ChinaAnneMcClain, [[Series/DogWithABlog G. Hannelius]], [[Series/LivAndMaddie Dove Cameron]], and Creator/OliviaHolt...the list just goes on. Ross Lynch Creator/RossLynch, Creator/JakeShort and Jake Short Peyton Meyer are the channel's male faces.
5th Aug '16 8:08:40 PM Schroeder1174
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* Lesley Gore was 16 when her debut "It's My Party" went to #1. After attending college in 1965, she kickstarted a modestly successful adult career with the entirely self-penned comeback album, ''Someplace Else Now'', in 1972. She remained on the oldies and caberet circuit while recording the occasional album until her death in 2015.

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* Lesley Gore was 16 when her debut "It's My Party" went to #1. After attending college in 1965, she kickstarted a modestly successful adult career with the entirely self-penned comeback album, ''Someplace Else Now'', in 1972. She remained on the oldies and caberet cabaret circuit while recording the occasional album until her death in 2015.
1st Jul '16 10:02:51 AM twilicorn
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* Creator/JasonBateman during his days on ''Series/TheHoganFamily'' (the series originally known as ''Valerie'').
* Patty Duke with her [[Series/ThePattyDukeShow self-titled sitcom]]. She later found modest success in [[TomHanksSyndrome more dramatic fare]].



* Music/TheJacksonFive (featuring Michael Jackson), and Michael Jackson the solo singer when he was in his teens. The "King of Pop," incidentally, was one of the few teen idols whose teen stardom parlayed into a career in adulthood, and to say it was successful would be a gross understatement.

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* Music/TheJacksonFive (featuring Michael Jackson), Music/TheJacksonFive, and Michael Jackson Music/MichaelJackson the solo singer when he was in his teens. The "King of Pop," incidentally, was one of the few teen idols whose teen stardom parlayed into a career in adulthood, and to say it was successful would be a gross understatement.



* Lesley Gore was 16 when she recorded and released "It's My Party", a #1 hit single, in [[TheSixties 1963]]. She attended college in 1965, gradually winding down her career while her star faded in the late 1960s, before releasing an entirely self-penned comeback album, ''Someplace Else Now'', in 1972. She remained on the oldies and caberet circuit while recording the occasional album until her death in 2015.

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* Lesley Gore was 16 when she recorded and released her debut "It's My Party", a #1 hit single, in [[TheSixties 1963]]. She attended Party" went to #1. After attending college in 1965, gradually winding down her she kickstarted a modestly successful adult career while her star faded in with the late 1960s, before releasing an entirely self-penned comeback album, ''Someplace Else Now'', in 1972. She remained on the oldies and caberet circuit while recording the occasional album until her death in 2015.
17th Apr '16 1:53:28 PM Schroeder1174
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* Lesley Gore was 16 when she recorded and released "It's My Party", a #1 hit single, in 1963. She attended college in 1965, gradually winding down her career while her star faded in the late 1960s, before releasing an entirely self-penned comeback album, ''Someplace Else Now'', in 1972. She remained on the oldies and caberet circuit while recording the occasional album until her death in 2015.

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* Lesley Gore was 16 when she recorded and released "It's My Party", a #1 hit single, in 1963.[[TheSixties 1963]]. She attended college in 1965, gradually winding down her career while her star faded in the late 1960s, before releasing an entirely self-penned comeback album, ''Someplace Else Now'', in 1972. She remained on the oldies and caberet circuit while recording the occasional album until her death in 2015.
17th Apr '16 1:52:13 PM Schroeder1174
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* Lesley Gore was 16 when she recorded and released "It's My Party", a #1 hit single, in 1963. She attended college in 1965, gradually winding down her career while her star faded in the late 1960s, before releasing an entirely self-penned comeback album, ''Someplace Else Now'', in 1972. She remained on the oldies and caberet circuit while recording the occasional album until her death in 2015.
20th Mar '15 4:03:26 PM N1KF
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# They act, [[IdolSinger sing]], or both. It tends to be both if their managers have a say in it. Their talent is irrelevant to being a TeenIdol in the first place, but it makes a difference about whether they're VindicatedByHistory.

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# They act, [[IdolSinger sing]], or both. It tends to be both if their managers have a say in it. Their talent is irrelevant to being a TeenIdol Teen Idol in the first place, but it makes a difference about whether they're VindicatedByHistory.



The most basic way to tell if a celebrity is truly a TeenIdol is by whether they wind up in magazines aimed at the teenage market (like ''Sassy'', ''Tiger Beat'', ''YM'', ''Seventeen'', and ''Teen People'') and by whether they become a poster celebrity. It should be emphasized that TropesAreNotBad and many idols, particularly musicians that legitimately wrote their own material, [[VindicatedByHistory gain critical defenders as time goes on]].

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The most basic way to tell if a celebrity is truly a TeenIdol Teen Idol is by whether they wind up in magazines aimed at the teenage market (like ''Sassy'', ''Tiger Beat'', ''YM'', ''Seventeen'', and ''Teen People'') and by whether they become a poster celebrity. It should be emphasized that TropesAreNotBad and many idols, particularly musicians that legitimately wrote their own material, [[VindicatedByHistory gain critical defenders as time goes on]].



* David Cassidy of ''Series/ThePartridgeFamily''. Interestingly, he's one of the few real-life TeenIdols who was also portrayed that way on the show.

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* David Cassidy of ''Series/ThePartridgeFamily''. Interestingly, he's one of the few real-life TeenIdols Teen Idols who was also portrayed that way on the show.



** Before the Disney Channel, Hayley Mills, Annette Funicello, Robert Considine and Tommy Kirk were [[TeenIdol teen idols]] in TheSixties.

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** Before the Disney Channel, Hayley Mills, Annette Funicello, Robert Considine and Tommy Kirk were [[TeenIdol teen idols]] idols in TheSixties.
13th Feb '15 1:30:54 PM MartyD82
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* Music/FrankSinatra was arguably the original[[note]]Some argue that he really wasn't as much of a "teen idol" as conventional wisdom suggests and that Elvis was the true pioneer of the teen idol[[/note]]. This was in the '40s and [[TheFifties '50s]].

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* Music/FrankSinatra was arguably the original[[note]]Some original teen idol[[note]]Some argue that he really wasn't as much of a "teen idol" as conventional wisdom suggests and that Elvis was the true pioneer of the teen idol[[/note]]. This was in the '40s and [[TheFifties '50s]].
13th Feb '15 1:30:02 PM MartyD82
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* Music/FrankSinatra, in the '40s and [[TheFifties '50s]].

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* Music/FrankSinatra, Music/FrankSinatra was arguably the original[[note]]Some argue that he really wasn't as much of a "teen idol" as conventional wisdom suggests and that Elvis was the true pioneer of the teen idol[[/note]]. This was in the '40s and [[TheFifties '50s]].


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* Music/{{NSYNC}} was this in the late-90's/early-2000's. Music/JustinTimberlake is this now.
* Music/BackstreetBoys were also this in the late-90's/early-2000's (albeit more in the late-90's).
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