Danielle Fishel poses for Maxim, talks 'girl crush,' Bob Saget (Photo)
Danielle Fishel, who reprises her role as Topanga in Disney's new "Boy Meets World" spin-off "Girl Meets World," strikes a sexy pose in a bra and robe on the cover of Maxim magazine's April 2013 issue.
She promoted it on Twitter and also Tweeted a less revealing photo of herself on Friday, March 8, saying: "Now that you've seen me 1/2 dressed on Maxim, see me in a snow suit playing golf in the rain. :) #notasnice."
Fishel shared with the outlet details about her first "girl crush" -- fellow 1990s TV star Tiffani Theissen of "Saved By The Bell," as well as an offbeat story about a man whose on-screen persona was just as family friendly as Topanga's.
Fishel said she doesn't recall ever meeting Thiessen, but told Maxim: "I can tell you Kelly Kapowski was my first-ever girl crush. I remember watching her and thinking, Nobody in the world could possibly be as beautiful as she is. She's still stunning."
She also told Maxim that she and her family once took a private jet to Disney World ... along with Bob Saget. Fishel starred in two episodes of the sitcom "Full House," in which the actor starred as straight-edge dad Danny Tanner"One time we were all on a private jet going to Disney World, and my mom, dad, and brother were also with me," she said. "We had these four seats facing each other with curtains, so we had our own little private family area. Anyway, we were trying to take a nap, and all of a sudden Bob Saget walks down the aisle, rips open our curtain, and shouts, "Do you guys have any coke?!'"
"Then he looks my dad in the eye, laughs, and closes the curtain. My mom was like, 'What was that all about?' she said.
Saget's spokesperson had no immediate comment. The actor, who also once hosted the "America's Funniest Home Videos," is in real life an edgy standup comedian. He played a satirical version himself on the R-rated HBO series "Entourage" and the 1998 film 'Half Baked" and made jokes referencing cocaine in both.
"Boy Meets World" aired on the Disney Channel for seven seasons, between 1993 and 2000. Fishel's character was named after Topanga Canyon in Los Angeles County, the actress told Maxim. It was announced in November that she and co-star Ben Savage, Topanga's high school sweetheart, would reprise their roles, this time as a married couple, in the new Disney Channel pilot "Girl Meets World."
Earlier this week, the two actors introduced their Twitter fans to their on-screen son. Cory and Topanga's daughter was cast several weeks ago.
Fishel told Maxim that she and Savage also recently reunited -- for a dinner -- with their "Boy Meets World" co-stars Will Friedle and Rider Strong, who have not been cast on the new spin-off. Strong said in November that he was not currently involved in the project.
Both Strong and Fishel announced their engagements last year. (Strong even designed his fiancee Alexandra Barreto's ring. Check out photos).
After "Boy Meets World" ended, Fishel went on to work as correspondent for "The Tyra Banks Show." Fishel also dated former 'N Sync band member Lance Bass, who revealed he was openly gay in 2006, and became a spokesmodel for NutriSystem. From 2008 until 2011, Fishel hosted the Style Network's pop culture show, "The Dish."