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    28 Pop Culture Moments From March 2010 That Made Me Say, "Oh Wow, Can't Believe That Was 10 Years Ago"

    The Oscars, Jesse James, and the music video for "Telephone" were just some of the things we were all talking about!

    1. The Black Eyed Peas' "Imma Be"...

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    2. ...and Rihanna's iconic bop "Rude Boy" were among the No. 1 songs in the country.

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    3. While Cage the Elephant's "Back Against the Wall" was No. 1 on the alt-rock charts.

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    4. Sade's Soldier of Love and Lady Antebellum's Need You Now continued being the best-selling albums in the country.

    5. The Glee cast announced they would be doing a four-city tour.

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    6. The Bachelor Nation was hooked on all the drama surrounding Jake Pavelka picking Vienna Girardi.

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    7. Ricky Martin publicly came out as gay in an open letter to his fans on his website.

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    8. The Tiger Woods scandal continued to dominate headlines.

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    9. It was confirmed that Chris Evans would play Captain America in the upcoming Captain America movie.

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    10. Courteney Cox, David Arquette, and Neve Campbell announced they would all be reprising their roles in Scream 4.

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    11. Kim Kardashian and Reggie Bush broke up (again).

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    12. Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes announced they were separating after seven years of marriage.

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    13. Jesse James issued a public apology to his then-wife, Sandra Bullock, after In Touch Weekly ran an interview with Michelle "Bombshell" McGee, where she said she and Jesse had been having an affair.

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    Several more women came forward that month to say that they had had affairs with him.

    14. Corey Haim died at age 38, from pneumonia.

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    15. Lindsay Lohan sued E-Trade for $100 million, accusing the company of modeling a "milkaholic" baby that appeared in their Super Bowl commercial after her.

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    16. Zach Braff announced on Facebook that Scrubs would be ending after nine seasons.

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    17. NBC confirmed that Betty White would host SNL in a special Mother's Day episode.

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    18. Jay Leno returned as host of The Tonight Show (replacing Conan O'Brien, who had actually succeeded him).

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    19. Victorious made its debut on Nickelodeon.

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    20. The Kids' Choice Awards happened and the show was hosted by Kevin James.

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    21. And in case you forgot, some of the big winners were Taylor Lautner, who won Favorite Actor for The Twilight Saga: New Moon and Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, which won Favorite Movie.

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    22. OK Go released another viral music video for their song "This Too Shall Pass":

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    23. Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Alice in Wonderland, Hot Tub Time Machine, and How to Train Your Dragon were among the movies released into theaters.

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    24. The 82nd Annual Academy Awards were held, and the show was hosted by Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin.

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    25. And the big winners were: Sandra Bullock, who took home Best Actress for The Blind Side; Jeff Bridges, who took home Best Actor for Crazy Heart...

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    26. ...Mo'Nique, who took home Best Supporting Actress for Precious; Christoph Waltz, who took home Best Supporting Actor for Inglourious Basterds...

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    27. ...and Kathryn Bigelow, who took home the Oscars for Best Director and Best Picture for her film The Hurt Locker.

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    28. Finally, Lady Gaga released the epic music video for her and Beyoncé's duet "Telephone." And a decade later, we're still waiting for the sequel!

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