Tiffani Thiessen Is Happily Married; Sorry, J.J. Watt

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Tiffani Thiessen ushered in puberty for scores of teenage boys during her time on Saved By The Bell, becoming an all-American teen icon wow enjoyed massive success in the '80s and '90s. But there are some guys who haven't let their crush go--including Houston Texan J.J. Watt--and unfortunately for them, Thiessen is happily married with two kids.

When Watt met Thissen's co-star Mario Lopez recently after a game, he tweeted a photo of himself with the actor along with the caption, "Where is Kelly Kapowski?"

Thiessen saw the tweet and responded with a photo of her own, a selfie with a copy of Men's Health Magazine that just happens to feature Watt on the cover. Tiffani posted the pic on Instagram with the message, "I heard you were looking for me. I'm in L.A. catching up on my reading. BTW, good game today."

@justinjames99 I heard you were looking for me. I'm in LA catching up on my reading. Btw, good game today. #houstonismysecondhome

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The exchange quickly went viral, and now stories are floating around the web about their "flirtation" online. But Tiffani is happily married to actor Brady Smith, and the couple just had their second child--an adorable boy--in July. Thiessen shared photos of her son Holt on Instagram earlier this year, with Brady sharing a pic of their daughter Harper helping to feed her little brother. The actress also celebrated her 10th wedding anniversary in July and shared photos on Instagram along with a caption dedicated to Smith.

"10 years ago today I married my husband. I could not have picked a better partner to go thru this journey we call life. He's an amazing husband and a beautiful father and I could not feel luckier having him by my side. I love you babe. Here's to 100 more anniversaries together. #10years #weddinganniversary."

#sundayselfie with my baby

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Amanda Crum
Amanda Crum is a writer and artist from Kentucky. She's a fan of Edward Gorey, Hunter S. Thompson, and horror movies. You can follow her on Google:+Amanda Crum