Your ’90s Crush Object Has Started a Straight-Up Cult

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Andrew Keegan, he of dreamy eyelashes and a dark ocean of beautiful hair, has founded his own religion. Keegan, who earned a lifetime membership into the babely-crush hall of fame after 1999’s 10 Things I Hate About You, promises it’s not a cult, but everyone can make up their own minds about that, which is not really something they let you do in a cult.

Here are some facts: It’s called Full Circle, and it’s about timing. “Whatever, the past, some other time. It’s a circle; in the center is now. That’s what it’s about.”

He explained to Vice he was inspired by an exploding street lamp and a “heart-shaped rose quartz crystal” that “jumped off the altar and skipped on camera.” It sounds spooky, but you know, who wouldn’t want to worship alongside those lashes?

Your ’90s Crush Has Started a Straight-Up Cult