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    19 Pop Culture Moments That Happened 10 Years Ago This Month

    This is what your holiday season looked like a decade ago!

    1. Alicia Keys had the No. 1 song in the country with "No One."

    2. Josh Groban had the No. 1 album with his Christmas LP, Noël.

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    3. Katie Holmes did an interview with InStyle, where she talked about being "swept off her feet" by her husband, Tom Cruise.

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    4. Beyoncé preformed a beautiful cover of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" during CBS's Movies Rock special.

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    5. Ryan Reynolds, Hayden Panettiere, and Quentin Tarantino announced the 65th annual Golden Globe Awards nominations — where the drama Atonement garnered the most nominations with seven.

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    6. Fergie and Taylor Swift announced the 50th Grammy Awards nominations — where Kanye West got the most nominations with eight, while Amy Winehouse earned six nominations.

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    7. Speaking of Fergie, that month she got engaged to Josh Duhamel.

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    8. Sex and the City fans got excited as the first teaser trailer for the movie dropped.

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    9. The Writers Guild of America strike was still going strong.

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    10. Jessica Simpson and the Dallas Cowboys' Tony Romo had just begun dating. (Which made her a fodder for opposing teams' fans.)

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    11. Whose Line Is It Anyway? aired its final episode after nine years on the air.

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    12. Barbara Walters proclaimed J.K. Rowling (who had just released Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows earlier in the year) her number one "Most Fascinating Person of 2007."

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    13. Other people who Barbara included in her 10 Most Fascinating People of 2007 special were Myspace founders Tom Anderson and Chris DeWolfe...

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    14. ...and Victoria and David Beckham. The power couple had moved to the States earlier in the year so that David could play soccer for the LA Galaxy.

    15. Speaking of David, that month Armani revealed photos from his upcoming Emporio Armani Underwear campaign.

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    16. While Victoria, along with her fellow Spice Girls, kicked off their The Return of the Spice Girls Tour with their very first reunion concert in Vancouver.

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    17. Juno and There Will Be Blood were released in theaters.

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    18. Will Smith had the biggest movie of December with I Am Legend.

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    19. And finally, Time magazine named Vladimir Putin "Person of the Year."

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