Melissa Joan Hart's disheveled selfie leaves fans concerned: 'What happened to her?'

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By Kim Novak

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Melissa Joan Hart left fans concerned after she posted a disheveled selfie that was worlds away from her usual glamorous self.

The actress, 47, is best known for starring as Sabrina Spellman in Sabrina the Teenage Witch from 1996 until 2003, and as the titular character on Clarissa Explains It All from 1991 until 1994.

And while fans are used to seeing her looking immaculately groomed and put together, one of her recent selfies was anything but that.

The actress shared a photo of her looking wild-eyed, with mascara smeared underneath them, and her hair appeared to be messy as she captioned the snap: "Felt cute... might delete later!"

Fans were quick to share their thoughts, writing: "Why u look sooooooo CRAAAAZY CUZ????" and: "You ok? You look like you should be in front of the camera as a madwoman."

One asked: "Are you auditioning for a new Fright Night movie?", while someone else commented: "DA F**K HAPPENED TO HER?"

Others complimented her regardless of the bizarre look, writing: "Even when you look not your best your still beautiful", and: "A little crazed, but still very cute!"

Some joked: "Was it a good night out", "Clarissa explains adulthood" and: "clarrisa explain this."

Thankfully, Melissa explained that the selfie was from the set of Lifetime's The Bad Guardian, and she wasn't just having a particularly bad day.

Melissa Joan Hart
The star's glamorous self is worlds away from her recent selfie. Credit: Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Janie's Fund

Melissa is currently starring in The Bad Guardian, a fictional movie about a woman put under forced guardianship by the courts.

The plot was inspired by Britney Spears' real-life conservatorship, which the star was under for over 13 years after her public breakdown in 2007.

Melissa plays Leigh, a woman fighting to release her dad from the control of an evil guardian, played by La La Anthony.

It is her latest true crime role after she played a grandmother in the 2023 movie Would You Kill For Me? The Mary Bailey Story.

The casting left many Sabrina fans shaken that the 47-year-old would be cast as a grandmother, having grown up watching the iconic show.

And while fans may have been hoping to see Sabrina reunite on-screen with her Aunt Hilda and Aunt Zelda - played by Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick - the actress tragically shut down the chance of them ever bringing the show back.

Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Melissa ruled out the chance of a Sabrina The Teenage Witch reboot. Credit: Frank Ockenfels/Warner Bros./Delivered by Online USA/Getty Images

She told E! News: "As much as I had a blast on the show, I think [a reboot] would be over-critiqued.

"I’ve never really wanted to go back to Sabrina. I just don’t think it would be as great as the original. I just don’t think there is any way. People are nostalgic for what they had.

"Trying to recreate that can be really difficult, as we’ve seen."

Featured image credit: Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Janie's Fund

 

Melissa Joan Hart's disheveled selfie leaves fans concerned: 'What happened to her?'

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By Kim Novak

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Melissa Joan Hart left fans concerned after she posted a disheveled selfie that was worlds away from her usual glamorous self.

The actress, 47, is best known for starring as Sabrina Spellman in Sabrina the Teenage Witch from 1996 until 2003, and as the titular character on Clarissa Explains It All from 1991 until 1994.

And while fans are used to seeing her looking immaculately groomed and put together, one of her recent selfies was anything but that.

The actress shared a photo of her looking wild-eyed, with mascara smeared underneath them, and her hair appeared to be messy as she captioned the snap: "Felt cute... might delete later!"

Fans were quick to share their thoughts, writing: "Why u look sooooooo CRAAAAZY CUZ????" and: "You ok? You look like you should be in front of the camera as a madwoman."

One asked: "Are you auditioning for a new Fright Night movie?", while someone else commented: "DA F**K HAPPENED TO HER?"

Others complimented her regardless of the bizarre look, writing: "Even when you look not your best your still beautiful", and: "A little crazed, but still very cute!"

Some joked: "Was it a good night out", "Clarissa explains adulthood" and: "clarrisa explain this."

Thankfully, Melissa explained that the selfie was from the set of Lifetime's The Bad Guardian, and she wasn't just having a particularly bad day.

Melissa Joan Hart
The star's glamorous self is worlds away from her recent selfie. Credit: Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Janie's Fund

Melissa is currently starring in The Bad Guardian, a fictional movie about a woman put under forced guardianship by the courts.

The plot was inspired by Britney Spears' real-life conservatorship, which the star was under for over 13 years after her public breakdown in 2007.

Melissa plays Leigh, a woman fighting to release her dad from the control of an evil guardian, played by La La Anthony.

It is her latest true crime role after she played a grandmother in the 2023 movie Would You Kill For Me? The Mary Bailey Story.

The casting left many Sabrina fans shaken that the 47-year-old would be cast as a grandmother, having grown up watching the iconic show.

And while fans may have been hoping to see Sabrina reunite on-screen with her Aunt Hilda and Aunt Zelda - played by Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick - the actress tragically shut down the chance of them ever bringing the show back.

Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Melissa ruled out the chance of a Sabrina The Teenage Witch reboot. Credit: Frank Ockenfels/Warner Bros./Delivered by Online USA/Getty Images

She told E! News: "As much as I had a blast on the show, I think [a reboot] would be over-critiqued.

"I’ve never really wanted to go back to Sabrina. I just don’t think it would be as great as the original. I just don’t think there is any way. People are nostalgic for what they had.

"Trying to recreate that can be really difficult, as we’ve seen."

Featured image credit: Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Janie's Fund