The cast of Jessica Biel's TV drama 7Th Heaven reunited on Tuesday (16Sep14) for the first time in eight years. The actress joined her TV siblings Beverley Mitchell, Barry Watson and David Gallagher and their fictional parents, played by Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks, to catch up with one another over dinner.
However, there was one member of the show who was visibly absent - Mackenzie Rosman was unable to attend.
Collins shared a photo of the group back together again on Twitter.com, alongside the message, "1st time in 8 yrs Joy, laughs!".
Mitchell, who is pregnant with her second child, also posted a snap of the reunion on her WhoSay.com page, writing, "Something truly amazing happened last night and my heart is overflowing! Love these peeps more than I can ever explain! We were just missing Mack!
"Feeling so incredibly blessed to have these incredible people in my life!!! #theresnothinglikefamily #7thheaven #love #blessed (sic)."
The show, about Protestant minister's family, aired in the U.S. from 1996 until 2007.
Former child star Mackenzie Rosman is testing fans by stripping off for U.S. men's magazine Maxim. The 23-year-old actress, who played the youngest daughter of a religious family in beloved TV series 7th Heaven, admits her new underwear shots for the publication's upcoming September (13) issue is sure to stir up controversy.
She tells the mag, "They (people) might be (surprised). But... it's who I am."
Rosman is convinced her big reveal won't cause as much drama as her former TV sister Jessica Biel did when she posed topless for the cover of Gear magazine when she was 19 in 2000.
The actress, who was nine at the time, says, "I remember that. It was a big deal. The magazine was banned on set, I think by orders of (TV mogul) Aaron Spelling. I sneaked a peek at it, though. It was racy gossip amongst the women of 7th Heaven."
Biel, who is now married to Justin Timberlake, has since confessed she regrets posing for the cover shot.
She told Entertainment Weekly, "That photoshoot was just a really bad decision on my part and I got myself involved with people who weren't thinking about me and were instead thinking about what kind of a story they could get out of it."
Teen idols including Ashton Kutcher, Britney Spears, Brittany Murphy, Ryan Seacrest, Colin Farrell, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Hilary Duff and Tony Hawk were on hand for this year's Teen Choice Awards Saturday at the Universal Amphitheater in Universal City, Calif.
Making his first public appearance in two weeks was Los Angeles star Laker Kobe Bryant, who was not expected at the event after being formally charged with felony sexual assault against a 19-year-old woman who worked at an exclusive resort hotel in Eagle, Colo., on July 18.
Accompanied by his wife, Vanessa, Bryant flashed a thumbs-up and peace sign at fans but did not talk to reporters before going into the show, where he received best male athlete honors. This was Bryant's fourth win in five years. The Los Angeles Lakers are the only professional sports team to have members who have won this award, with Shaquille O'Neal taking the honor in 2001.
Other highlights of the night include Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Gellar, who won for best TV actress in a drama. This was her fourth win in five years in this category and ninth win overall--more than any other female.
Best hissy fit went Saturday Night Live alum Adam Sandler--his fifth award overall in five years--for his role in the big-screen comedy Anger Management.
In TV highlights, the WB drama 7th Heaven, which revolves around a Christian family and the issues they encounter, also received its third consecutive win as best TV drama. The series, now in its eighth season, stars Stephen Collins, Catherine Hicks, David Gallagher, Beverly Mitchell and Mackenzie Rosman.
Kutcher, however, was the night's big winner. He won best actor in a TV comedy for his role as Kelso in That '70s Show, best reality host for his MTV prankster series Punk'd and the coveted "male hottie" award.
The David Spade-hosted telecast will air Aug. 6 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Choice Movie, Drama: The Matrix Reloaded
Choice Movie Actor, Comedy: Jim Carrey (Bruce Almighty)
Choice Movie Actress, Comedy : Queen Latifah (Bringing Down the House)
Choice Movie Villain: Colin Farrell (Daredevil)
Choice Movie Hissy Fit : Adam Sandler (Anger Management)
Choice Breakout Female Movie Star: Hilary Duff (The Lizzie McGuire Movie)
Choice TV Drama:7th Heaven
Choice TV Breakout Show: 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter
Choice TV Actor, Comedy: Ashton Kutcher (That '70s Show)
Choice TV Actor, Drama: David Gallagher (7th Heaven)
Choice TV Actress, Drama: Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Choice TV Sidekick: Wilmer Valderrama (That '70s Show)
Breakout Male TV Star: George Stults (7th Heaven)
Breakout Female TV Star: Kaley Cuoco (8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter)
Choice TV Reality Show: American Idol
Choice Reality/Variety Host: Ashton Kutcher (Punk'd)
Choice TV Reality Babe: Paula Abdul (American Idol)
Choice TV Reality Hunk: Ashton Kutcher (Punk'd)
Choice Greatest TV Reality Moment: Justin Timberlake's tax repossession (Punk'd)
Choice Grossest TV Reality Moment: Eating squid guts (Fear Factor)
Choice Scariest Reality Moment: Ruben Studdard in the bottom two (American Idol)
Choice Music Female Artist: Kelly Clarkson
Choice Music Rock Track: "Bring Me To Life" (Evanescence)
Choice Male Hottie: Ashton Kutcher
Choice Male Athlete: Kobe Bryant
Choice Comedian: Jim Carrey
Choice Male Fashion Icon: Ryan Seacrest
The 2003 Teen Choice Awards is executive produced by Bob Bain (The Billboard Music Awards) and Mike Burg. Paul Flattery and Michael Levitt serve as producers. Greg Sills serves as supervising producer.