1.Google Images was created after Jennifer Lopez wore *the dress* at the 2000 Grammys.
2.Speaking of Jennifer Lopez, this is random, but her mom won $2.4 million in 2004 after placing a $3 bet on a Wheel of Fortune machine in Atlantic City.
3.YouTube was invented because of Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction* at the Super Bowl. One of the inventors of YouTube missed the original broadcast, wanted to see it, but couldn't. Then they invented YouTube.
4."Torn" by Natalie Imbruglia is a cover.
5."Ray of Light" by Madonna is also essentially a cover.
6.The Spice Girls didn't come up with their nicknames, some rando magazine did.
7.Britney Spears absolutely hates the song "Sometimes." She hasn't performed it since 2001.
12.Shania Twain uses Brad Pitt's name in song "That Don't Impress Me Much," because photos of him nude leaked when she was writing the song...and she wasn't impressed much.
13.Carly Rae Jepsen came in third place on Canadian Idol in 2007.
14.Beyoncé's alter-ego, "Sasha Fierce," was invented on the set of the music video for "Crazy In Love."
15.Kelly Rowland, not Beyoncé, was the first member of Destiny's Child to have a solo No. 1 hit.
16.It took Sia 14 minutes to write Rihanna's song "Diamonds."
17.Madonna thought she was being clever by uploading fake versions of her American Life album to P2P sites with tracks that said, "What the fuck do you think you're doing?" on a loop... But, unfortunately for her, a hacker got her album and posted it to download for free on her website THE NEXT DAY.
18.Reba McEntire was offered the role of Molly Brown in Titanic but had to pull out because of scheduling conflicts with her arena tour.
19.Alicia Keys originally picked the stage name "Wilde." So, essentially, her name would have been "Alicia Wilde."
20.Both Pink and Hilary Duff turned down the song "Since U Been Gone."
21.Kesha is in Katy Perry's "I Kissed A Girl" music video.
22.Avril Lavigne wrote the song "Breakaway" later sung by Kelly Clarkson.
23.In 2002, Saddam Hussein won Iraqi presidency with 100% of the vote. His campaign song was "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston.
24.Carrie Underwood used to give her phone number to every one of the American Idol finalists... but no one ever called her.
25.In 1984, Fergie voiced Charlie Brown's sister, Sally Brown.
26.Speaking of Fergie, her spot in the Black Eyed Peas was originally offered to *that girl* from the Pussycat Dolls, Nicole Scherzinger.
27.And, last but certainly not least, Christina Aguilera's music was used to torture prisoners at Guantanamo Bay.