Could you imagine The Office as an HBO show?!
Even though it was never used in Romeo + Juliet, it was ineligible.
In case you forgot, the McDonald's slogan/jingle "I'm Lovin' It" was created in the early '00s. Destiny's Child also replaced Justin Timberlake as the new faces of the campaign.
The lines that are the alleged diss go like this: "Could you speak up and stop mumbling? / I don’t think you came in clear / When you’re sitting on the top / It’s hard to hear you from way up there / I saw you tryin’ to act cute on TV / Just let me clear the air / We missed you on the charts last week / Damn, that’s right, you wasn’t there."
Along with Janet Jackson, other rumored targets of the song included Fergie, Prince, and Scott Storch. In 2010, Nelly told the Metro UK that she regretted participating in the song, saying: "I’ve had good instincts when it comes to my music. Maybe I wish Justin, Timbaland, and I hadn’t put out that diss song 'Give It to Me.' It was like the first-ever pop diss song — a genre usually reserved for rap. We put a lot of negative energy out into the world."
Also, Christian performed his screen test opposite Amy Adams — who did the test as a favor to the producers.
At the time, you would only get text if you did a search, so the focus on the dress gave Google the idea to show images when people googled something.
According to Rajiv Surendra, who played Kevin G., the wig cost around $10,000.
Christina whispered the line after her friend walked into the studio while she was recording her vocals for the song. Also, the song was recorded all in one take.
Both shows aired on Fox and took place in Orange County, California — so Mitch Hurwitz (who created Arrested Development) and Josh Schwartz (who created The OC) spoke about doing an episode of Arrested Development where the cast members of The OC would appear as their characters on the show. The idea was eventually dropped for being too meta.