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    Sep 24, 2015

    17 Music Facts That Will Make '00s Kids Feel Old AF

    Where does all the time go?!

    1. It's been 13 years since NYSNC disbanded.

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    2. “… Baby One More Time” is now older than Britney Spears was in the music video.

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    The song was released 17 years ago, Britney was 16 when she shot the music video.

    3. Facebook didn't exist when 50 Cent dropped “In Da Club."


    4. Teen pop heartthrob Shawn Mendes was four years old when Justin Timberlake released his first solo album.

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    5. There hasn’t been a new episode of TRL in almost seven years.

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    6. George W. Bush was president when Lady Gaga released her first album.

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    7. Fergie has been in The Black Eyed Peas longer than most sixth graders have been alive.

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    8. The oldest member of Fifth Harmony was five when Destiny’s Child released their debut album.

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    9. The Spice Girls’ mid-‘00s reunion tour ended seven years ago.

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    And that happened seven years after they disbanded.

    10. Rihanna’s “Umbrella” was released three months before the first iPhone.

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    11. Drake released “Best I Ever Had” a month before Jimmy Fallon became a late night host.

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    12. It’s been 12 years since Hilary Duff released her debut album, Metamorphosis.

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    13. Kim Kardashian starred in Fall Out Boy’s “Thnks Fr Th Mmrs” video the same year Kanye West released “Stronger.”

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    Both things happened eight years ago.

    14. Maddie Ziegler was born the same month Eminem released “Lose Yourself.”

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    15. The sitcom Friends was still airing new episodes when Usher released “Yeah.”

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    16. Twitter was launched a month after Taylor Swift released her first single, “Tim McGraw.”

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    17. Nobody uploaded Ashlee Simpson’s SNL lip-sync hoedown to YouTube the morning after it happened because YouTube didn’t exist in 2004.


    Where did all the time go?

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