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98 Degrees' Jeff Timmons and Drew Lachey Heat Up the Night at 90s Con Afterparty

PEOPLE partied like it was the '90s while hosting the official 90s Con afterparty in partnership with That's4Entertainment in Hartford, Connecticut, on Saturday night

<p>Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock</p> Drew Lachey (left) and Jeff Timmons pose at 90s Con

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Drew Lachey (left) and Jeff Timmons pose at 90s Con

The 90s Con afterparty was as hot as 98 Degrees!

PEOPLE hosted the official 90s Con afterparty in Hartford, Connecticut, in partnership with That's4Entertainment on Saturday night, after a day of celebrating all of the fly aspects of the 90s — from butterfly clips to Dunkaroos.

98 Degrees bandmates Drew Lachey and Jeff Timmons performed at the event, proving they can still make people swoon with their hit ballads "I Do (Cherish You)" and "Because of You."

Disney legend Jodi Benson, the first princess who was all the rage in the '90s after she voiced Ariel in The Little Mermaid, also took partygoers back in time, performing the movie's hit ballad, "Part of Your World."

<p>Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock</p> Drew Lachey (left) and Jeff Timmons attend 90s Con

Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock

Drew Lachey (left) and Jeff Timmons attend 90s Con

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Fans at the event were treated to an appearance by Step by Step star Jason Marsden, whose wife Christy embraced the party's theme in a Pokémon shirt and acid-washed jeans.

Sabrina the Teenage Witch star Jenna Leigh Green, who played the memorable villain Libby Chessler, judged the karaoke contest for fans alongside '90s heartthrob Andrew Keegan.

<p>Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock</p> Andrew Keegan attends 90s Con

Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock

Andrew Keegan attends 90s Con

And when atendees weren't singing their hearts out to their favorite '90s hits, they were treated to tunes spun by Rockstar DJ Tre.

<p>Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock</p> Jodi Benson speaks at 90s Con

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Jodi Benson speaks at 90s Con

The party was part of PEOPLE's 50th anniversary celebration.

On Sunday morning, PEOPLE also hosted the “And the Award Goes To…” panel, featuring Geena DavisSusan Sarandon and Mira Sorvino and moderated by PEOPLE's Editor in Chief Wendy Naugle.

Related: PEOPLE to Celebrate Its 50th Anniversary with 90s Con Afterparty Featuring 98 Degrees Stars

<p>Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock</p> Jason Marsden and Christy Marsden pose at 90s Con

Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock

Jason Marsden and Christy Marsden pose at 90s Con

“We are very excited to be partnering with PEOPLE for both the afterparty and panel,” 90s Con co-founders Christina Figliolia and Liliana Kligman said.

“They’ve been so supportive of 90s Con since the launch and have been cheering us on along the way. We congratulate them on 50 years of star-studded coverage," they continued, adding: "Here’s to more laughter, glam and unforgettable celebrity tales.”

Naugle emphasized why it's so important to celebrate the decade.

<p>Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock</p> Jenna Leigh Green at 90s Con

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Jenna Leigh Green at 90s Con

“The '90s were a transformational decade in film, music, television and culture,” she said. “As we celebrate our 50th year, PEOPLE is thrilled to partner with 90s Con to revisit some of those decade-defining moments and catch up with our favorite stars.”

<p>Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock</p> Jeff Timmons at 90s Con

Stephen Lovekin/ Shutterstock

Jeff Timmons at 90s Con

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90s Con kicked off on Friday and is running events at the Connecticut Convention Center through March 17.

This year, the event reunited cast members from shows including 7th HeavenBoy Meets World, Dawson’s Creek, Hey Dude, Full House, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Step by Step.

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