21 Pop Culture Moments That You Might Have Forgotten Happened In June 2008
It was a decade ago that we were all listening to "Lollipop" on our iPods and DVR'ing Camp Rock.
Lil' Wayne continued to top the charts with his first No. 1 hit, "Lollipop."
Coldplay also went No. 1 with their single, "Viva La Vida." It marked the first time that a British group reached the top of the Hot 100 since 1997, when the Spice Girls reached it with "Wannabe."
Lil' Wayne's Tha Carter III (which debuted at No. 1) and Usher's Here I Stand were among the top-selling albums that month.
Rumors began to circulate that Madonna and Guy Ritchie were headed for divorce after seven years of marriage.
Kings of Leon, Jay-Z, Amy Winehouse, and The Verve were among the headliners at Glastonbury.
Gyllenspoon was still going strong!
Lin-Manuel Miranda won his very first Tony Award (Best Original Score for In the Heights) and gave a memorable acceptance speech.
Betty White, Bea Arthur, and Rue McClanahan were on hand to receive the TV Land Pop Culture Award for The Golden Girls.
The Pussycat Dolls dropped the music video for their single, "When I Grow Up." Although Britney Spears' cameo in the video was cut from the final video.
Rihanna and Taylor Swift both stopped by TRL.
Dwayne Johnson announced he was officially dropping "The Rock" from his name.
Michelle and Barack Obama appeared on the cover of Us Weekly.
Camp Rock premiered on the Disney Channel.
It was announced that Whitney Port was getting her own The Hills spin-off.
David Beckham officially unveiled his Emporio Armani Underwear campaign.
Mike Myers hosted the 17th annual MTV Movie Awards...
...where Transformers won Best Movie.
And finally, Kung Fu Panda and WALL-E were both released into theaters.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF