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These Hotties Heated Up The ’90s [SLIDESHOW]

(Photo: Google/Creative Commons) (Photo: Google/Creative Commons)  

Take a trip down memory lane and appreciate these Hollywood hotties who dominated the 1990s.

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  • When relatively unknown English actress and model Elizabeth Hurley stepped out on the red carpet as Hugh Grant’s girlfriend in the early 1990s, the world took notice. (Photo: Getty Images)
  • Prior to donning the infamous Catwoman suit in "Batman Returns," Michelle Pfeiffer graced the cover of People magazine’s first “50 Most Beautiful In The World” issue in 1990. (Photo: Google/Creative Commons)
  • After winning a Golden Globe for her role in "Ghost" in 1990, Demi Moore became a Hollywood A-Lister and starred in several more memorable ‘90s movies, including "Striptease." (Photo: Google/Creative Commons)
  • Actress Cameron Diaz broke onto the Hollywood scene in the 1990s by staring in blockbusters like "The Mask," "There’s Something About Mary," and "My Best Friend’s Wedding." (Photo: Reuters)
  • Child actress Alyssa Milano had matured quite nicely by the start of the '90s. After graduating from "Who’s the Boss," she went on to star in the soap opera Melrose Place. (Photo: Google/Creative Commons)
  • Halle Berry’s lucrative film career started in the '90s, and so did her status as media darling. (Photo: Reuters)
  • Legendary supermodel Cindy Crawford became THE highest paid model on the planet in 1995. (Photo: Reuters)
  • Here's model Kate Moss heating up the '90s. (Photo: Reuters)
  • Jenny McCarthy reigned as Playmate of the Year in 1994. (Photo: Google/Creative Commons)
  • Alicia Silverstone charmed audiences with her “girl next door” looks in the 1995 classic "Clueless." (Photo: Reuters)
  • In 1997, model Tyra Banks became the first African American cover girl of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. (Photo: Getty Images)
  • Keri Russell shot to fame for playing Felicity in the TV series "Felicity." Her mane of long curly basically claimed its own fan club. (Photo: Google/Creative Commons)
  • What viewer of ‘90s television could possibly forget Pamela Anderson in her red swimsuit on "Baywatch?" (Photo: Reuters)