Rachael Leigh Cook is winning hearts in new Netflix rom-com, Love, Guaranteed – and fans are shocked that the actress doesn’t appear to have aged a day since her breakout role in She’s All That.

Netflix’s newest romantic comedy analyses dating app culture, starring Cook alongside New Girl’s Damon Wayans Jr.

Cook plays a lawyer who takes a case against a dating website that guarantees love, but finds herself drawn to the man she is representing.

The film has mixed reviews, but has been praised by some critics as light entertainment with a warm and familiar tone.

Rom-com fans are thrilled to see Cook back in a lead role, working the same charm that made her a 90s icon.

On top of that, Cook is as fresh-faced as she was in her star-making turn in She’s All That alongside Freddie Prince Jr.

“Giving Love Guaranteed a try,” wrote one Twitter user. “Rachel Leigh Cook has barely aged since Shes All That.”

“Just watched #LoveGuaranteed on @Netflix,” wrote another. “Ohhh it was soooooo good! Ultimate feel- good rom-com. Plus- how hasn’t Rachel Leigh Cook aged from her She’s All That days?!”

A third commented: “#LoveGuaranteed – totally guaranteed to love it. And how the heck has Rachel Leigh Cook not aged a day in 20 years??”

Beyond her role in She’s All That, Cook starred in other 90s films and shows, such as Living Out Loud and Dawson’s Creek.

Fans may also recognise Cook from The Baby-Sitters Club (1995) and Josie and the Pussycats (2001).

She recently starred in Criminal Minds and voiced numerous episodes of Robot Chicken.

Love, Guaranteed, which also stars Heather Graham, is available to stream now on Netflix.

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