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Who’s scarier looking than Joey Lawrence??


Joey Lawrence made a stop by Extra at the Grove in Los Angeles yesterday afternoon, and wowza, I don’t know what to say. These pictures are downright SCARY.

Joey is apparently the host of that hot mess show called Splash, which I’m shocked is even on TV.

I know something is wrong with his face, but it’s hard to put my finger on it. Is it hairplugs? Face lift? Why does he look so plastic?


Posted Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 at 2:14pm
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Joey Lawrence shows off his perfectly manicured body for Chippendales debut

Joey Lawrence creeps me right out. Always has. His perfect eyebrows, and perfect hairline….it’s too much for me.

I wasn’t surprised to see Joey as a Chippendale dancer. The 36-year-old ‘Melissa & Joey’ actor kicked off his Chippendales debut on Friday. He signed a deal in May that will have the actor join the male revue show for three weeks at the Rio Hotel.

I’ve never seen a Chippendales show (nor do I want to), and I’m having a hard time coming up with a reason why anyone would want to go see one! Am I missing something? Sound off below!

Photos: Fame/Flynet

Posted Monday, June 11th, 2012 at 8:08am
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Joey Lawrence: “I was scared for my baby girl’s life”

Dancing with the Stars 3 contestant Joey Lawrence was ecstatic to finally show off his beautiful newborn daughter, Liberty Grace, at an exclusive photoshoot with Life & Style. There, Joey opened up to the magazine about his wife Chandie’s precarious pregnancy and the joys of being a father again.

Six weeks after conceiving, Chandie was diagnosed with Rh disease, a blood disorder that could threaten a developing baby’s red blood cells, which store iron and distribute oxygen to the body. “We had to go to the specialist every 24 hours during the last two or three weeks of the pregnancy,” actor Joey told Life & Style. “We were so worried. We wanted to get Libby out so bad.” By March 4 — a month before Chandie’s due date — Libby was becoming lethargic because of rising red blood cell levels, so she’d have to be delivered prematurely. For the next five days, her first glimpses of the outside world were from the neonatal intensive care unit. “They handed her to me even before they cleaned her off,” Joey says about Libby, who weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces at birth. “I held her for a second, and then they took her from me and locked her in a tube.”

Thankfully, the 2-month-old is healthy now with her grateful parents and older sis, Charli, 3. “Our family of four is perfect,” Joey gushes to Life & Style. “We’d love to try for a boy, but unfortunately we’d have to deal with the Rh stuff every time. So if it’s not in the cards, then that’s okay. We’re blessed with two healthy girls.”


Posted Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 at 3:15pm
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