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Any good '90s kids knows that there are a handful of totally cheesy movies from that era that will always hold a special place in our hearts. Camp Nowhere and 10 Things I Hate About You are two said flicks, and they both have one thing in common: Andrew Keegan.
If you've been wondering where this under-the-radar hot guy has been hiding all these years, Vulture reveals that he now lives in Venice and is the co-owner of a "non-denominational, spiritual community center" called Full Circle. He sat down (on a floor cushion a few steps down from the church’s altar, specifically) with the culture blog to walk them through his newfound home, where he greets guests every Sunday to "activate high vibes."
Regarding which spiritual bucket to place the center in, Vulture notes that "the actual theology of the group is tough to pin down, but it seems to loosely follow Hinduism—or at least Russell Brand's Sanskrit-tattoo version of it. (There is lots of om-ing.) Sunday services begin with intention-setting, followed by a group-chanted 'We love you' to each congregant, not just Andrew."
As far as Keegan's heartthrob status, writer Lauren Bans confirms that he's still got it. "For a few seconds, I am offered a view of his chest for the first time since Tiger Beat. It is still very nice."