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    18 Pop Culture Moments From November 2007 That You Might Have Forgotten About

    Yup, all these events happened a decade ago this month.

    1. The Spice Girls taped a performance for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. They were also preparing for their upcoming reunion tour.

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    2. Posh Spice (aka Victoria Beckham) also had a cameo on Ugly Betty.

    3. That's So Raven aired its final episode.

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    4. James Franco and Mila Kunis did a Hills parody for Funny or Die.

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    5. Oprah aired her annual "Favorite Things" episode, and gave away an HD camcorder, cupcakes, and HDTV refrigerator to her audience.

    6. Ryan Gosling was on the cover of GQ.

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    7. Heath Ledger began talking about how he got into character in order to portray the Joker while promoting his new film, I'm Not There.

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    8. Christina Aguilera was pregnant with her first child.

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    9. Kanye West's beloved mother, Donda, died of heart disease while suffering “multiple post-operative factors,” after getting plastic surgery.

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    10. The Writers Guild of America went on strike.

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    11. Lindsay Lohan served 84 minutes in jail (she was was supposed to serve 24 hours as part of a plea bargain for two DUI charges).

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    12. Matt Damon was named People's "Sexiest Man Alive!"


    13. Borat (aka Sacha Baron Cohen) had a book signing at Borders as part of the promotion for the U.S. release of his film, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.

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    14. Beyoncé and Sugarland performed a country version of "Irreplaceable" at the American Music Awards.

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    15. Jay-Z released his 10th album, American Gangster, while Alicia Keys released her third studio album, As I Am.

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    16. Chris Brown and T-Pain had the No. 1 song in the country with their collab, "Kiss Kiss."

    17. Enchanted and No Country for Old Men were both released into theaters.

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    18. And finally, Time magazine named the iPhone the best invention of the the year.

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