Remember Jake Behari from Nickelodeon's 'Unfabulous'? Well, he's still really hot now

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If you were a preteen in the very early 2000's, you were probably used to watching TV shows like "Drake and Josh," "Zoey 101," and of course, "Rugrats."

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One of our absolute favorite Nickelodeon shows was the hilarious, and super relatable, "Unfabulous." The show followed Addie Singer (Emma Roberts) as she tried to fit into high school, but always found herself in super embarrassing situation. Sounds super familiar, doesn't it?

Oh the memories.

The star, Emma Roberts, has obviously been quite busy as of late. In the past couple years we've seen her take part in Ryan Murphy helmed "American Horror Story" and "Scream Queens," and is currently starring along side Dave Franco in the new movie, "Nerve."

After some reminiscing, we decided to take a look back at the cast of "Unfabulous" and were super curious, what ever happened to Jake Behari? You remember Jake as basically a teen heartthrob to anyone who watched.

Yep, there you go. Raja Fenske played Jake on the show and according to his IMDb page, has dabbled in a few acting projects since then. But, wait until you see what he looks like now.

Still just as good looking. And here is a shirtless pic for good measure.

According to his Twitter, Fenske is also a professional napper. Talk about goals.

Take some time, watch some of the show on YouTube, and then take a peek at more pics of Emma Roberts in the gallery below.

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