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    22 Pop Culture Moments From April 2010 That Made Me Say, "Oh Man, That Feels Like A Million Years Ago"

    Truly a different time.

    1. Rihanna's iconic bop "Rude Boy" was the No. 1 song in the country (because we had taste).

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    2. Rihanna also announced that Kesha and Nicki Minaj would be joining her for her North American dates of her Last Girl on Earth Tour.

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    3. Although Nicki would announce two days later that she was dropping out to finish her album:

    Barbz I'm sorry 2 say I will not be going out on RiRi's tour. I've decided 2 use that time 4 the completion of my album. Hope u understand.

    4. Justin Bieber's My World 2.0 and Usher's Raymond v. Raymond were among the best-selling albums in the country.

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    5. It was announced that Madonna and her daughter, Lourdes Leon, would team up for a tween clothing line called Material Girl.

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    6. Jennifer Aniston announced she would be launching her own perfume called Lolavie.

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    7. Anna Paquin came out as bisexual as part of a PSA video.

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    8. Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry announced they had broken up after four years together.

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    9. While Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy announced that they had broken up after dating for five years.

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    10. And it was reported that Leighton Meester had split with her boyfriend and Gossip Girl co-star Sebastian Stan.

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    11. Also, it was announced that Sebastian Stan would be playing Bucky Barnes in the upcoming Captain America movie.

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    12. The Jesse James cheating scandal continued to dominate the tabloid headlines.

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    13. John Forsythe (best-known for playing Blake Carrington on Dynasty and being the voice of Charlie on Charlie's Angels) died at age 92.

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    14. Bret Michaels was hospitalized after suffering a brain hemorrhage.

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    15. Nicollette Sheridan sued Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry for $20 million after he allegedly hit her after she questioned him about something in a script.

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    16. Coachella happened and featured the Gorillaz, Muse, and Jay-Z as the headliners.

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    17. It was announced that Daniel Radcliffe would be coming back to Broadway in a revival of How to Succeed in Business.

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    18. Rumors began to circulate that Steve Carell would be leaving The Office at the end of the next season.

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    19. Adventure Time made its debut on Cartoon Network.

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    20. While Ugly Betty ended after four seasons.

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    21. Date Night and Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too? were among the movies released in theaters.

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    22. And finally, "Will It Blend? - iPad" was one of the most viral videos of the month:

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