Victoria and David Beckham at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards kicks off this week’s #ThrowbackThursday roundup.
Now usually I don’t do this but, uh… 2003 was the best.
In 2003, Askars was less a Viking warrior and more someone you’d see in a European boy band.
You’re probably still trying to craft the perfect AIM away message.
Can you prove you lived through the most fetch time to be a teen: the early ’00s?!
A friendship that perfectly sums up the early 2000s.
Lil’ Kim, Sean Paul, Ludacris, Missy Elliott… TAKE US BACK NOW.
These “cinematic masterpieces” have not stood the test of time.
Sure, everyone remembers Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears, and Bennifer, but what about Wilmer Valderrama and Mandy Moore?
The signs were always there!
New Year’s highlights from the past 30 years with Dick Clark Productions.
Mike and Martin Gray, two brothers from Holliston, Mass., have one of the most adorable Christmas traditions ever, and, best of all, they’re passing it on a new generation of kids.
In the early 2000s was there a party that Paris Hilton didn’t go to?
Ten years ago, GGW held its Elegant Sin Halloween Party and it really was a tasteful affair.
Carrie is joining a distinguished list of completely forgettable remakes.
Do you remember what happened 10 years ago?
Over the years she has proved that we should just rename it Klum-oween. She also apparently has a thing for fangs.
Because we are all just living in Queen Bey’s world.
Note: The VMAs would be absolutely NOTHING without Madonna.
Ten years ago, Madge was all about “A New Groove, A New Jean,” and Missy Elliott.
We need to have a conversation about rhinestone-studded bandanas.
It’s been 10 years since Beyoncé debuted “Crazy in Love,” and The Black Eyed Peas debuted a new member. In other news, WE’RE OLD.
In 2003, Teen People threw a party in honor of Nelly, but it was the guests who were there that left me with so many questions. Starting with: Was it getting hot in therre?
Before Rachel McAdams, Ryan had another high profile romance.
Ashanti, Mark Wahlberg, Sidekicks, and lots of belly rings.
Check out who walked the AOL
Broadband and Teen People sponsored “blue carpet.”
Looking back at 10 years ago, to what really mattered to us then.