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    21 Pop Culture Moments From March 2008 That’ll Make You Say “OMG, Can’t Believe All That Happened 10 Years Ago”

    It was what everyone was talking about a decade ago.

    1. Usher and Young Jeezy had a No. 1 hit with "Love in This Club."

    2. While the Foo Fighters were No. 1 on the Alternative Songs chart with their song "Long Road to Ruin."

    3. Jack Johnson had the No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 with Sleep Through the Static.

    4. Patrick Swayze went public about his battle with pancreatic cancer.

    5. Justin Timberlake inducted Madonna into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and shamelessly took a stab at his ex, Britney Spears, during his speech.

    6. JT and Madonna also released their Timbaland-produced duet, "4 Minutes."

    7. Hulu officially launched to much fanfare.

    8. E! began airing the second season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

    9. Britney Spears made a cameo as Abby the receptionist on How I Met Your Mother.

    10. HBO's critically acclaimed series The Wire aired its final episode.

    11. Halle Berry gave birth to her daughter, Nahla.

    12. Jennifer Lopez spoke to People magazine about the birth of her twins, Emme Maribel and Maximilian David.

    13. Ellen Page made fun of the lesbian rumors surrounding her in a now-classic sketch on SNL.

    14. Heidi and Spencer continued to keep themselves on the covers of magazines by talking about their ~drama~.

    15. Eliot Spitzer resigned as governor of New York after the New York Times reported he used a high-priced prostitution service.

    16. Kelly Rowland spoke candidly about why she decided to get breast implants.

    17. Kathie Lee Gifford came out of retirement and signed on to cohost the fourth hour of the Today show, alongside Hoda Kotb.

    18. It was announced that Michelle Trachtenberg would join the cast of Gossip Girl, playing the calculating shit-stirrer Georgina Sparks.

    19. The Jonas Brothers sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.

    20. JC Chasez had to deny rumors that he and Chace Crawford were dating — 'cause I guess people were shipping them?!

    21. And finally, then–presidential candidate Barack Obama graced the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.