40. “Touch Me” by Cathy Dennis, 1991
Great song tbh.
“If you ain’t got no money take your broke ass home” was basically the motto for the late 2000s.
This was a performance on the show Celebrity Dream Date. The guy who won was wearing a puka shell necklace.
Basically the epitome of mid-’90s one-hit-wonders.
36. “Butterfly” by Crazytown, 1999
Introduced by the legendary supergroup, Dream, this is PEAK Crazytown (lol).
One of the few popstars who actually sang live on spring break shows.
Farrah Franklin LOL bye.
33. “Love Fool” by The Cardigans, 1996
Introduced by Daisy Fuentes as “America’s favorite love song.” That is the truth.
32. “My Own Worst Enemy” by Lit, 1999
There is nothing better than mid-90s No Doubt.
There is ton of fist pumping in this video.
The epitome of 2000s ~ pop punk ~.
28. “Sweet Dreams” by La Bouche, 1996
Apparently they were lip-syncing and walked off stage because “they hated it.” Those outfits though.
26. “Angel” by Shaggy, 1999
Featuring the late Joe C. RIP.
A true classic.
22. “Blue Monday” by Orgy, 1998
1991 was just a good spring break year.
According to the always accurate YouTube description, this was voted most romantic concert experience on TV.
19. “What’s Luv” by Fat Joe and Ashanti, 2000
SHIRTLESS FAT JOE and (frightened) ASHANTI.
18. “Nice N Slow” by Usher, 1998
Usher is seriously adorable.
Live on the legendary, The Grind.
16. “Slide” by the Goo Goo Dolls, 1999
Introduced by Carson Daly AND Britney Spears!!!
Live from Daytona Beach!
14. “No No No” by Destiny’s Child, 1999
Featuring LeToya and slightly scary camo designs by Miss Tina!
This will make you miss Missy Elliott more than you already did.
11. “As Long As You Love Me” by the Backstreet Boys, 1998
Perfect spring break backstreet vibes. MY BOYS!
10. “One In A Million” by Aaliyah, 1997
Every Aaliyah performance feels like a gift.
9. “Say My Name” by Destiny’s Child, 1999
Basically one of Beyonce’s first “solo” performances featuring Mandy Moore as a runway model.
8. “Pony” by Ginuwine, 1997
Those pants and that shirt. I’m so wet right now.
7. “Whatta Man” by Salt-N-Pepa, 1994
6. “Just A Girl” by No Doubt, 1996
Everything about this is flawless.
5. “What About Your Friends” by TLC, 1991
These outfits are hard to comprehend but TLC <3<3<3
4. “My Name Is” by Eminem, 1999
Never forget those sweatpants.
3. “Wannabe” by The Spice Girls, 1997
Legit classic Spice Girls. Those outfits!!!
2. “Tearin Up My Heart” by NSYNC, 1999
Chris Kirkpatrick’s pineapple head and all of their cargo shorts make this a perfect NSYNC performance.
1. “Big Poppa” by The Notorious B.I.G., 1995
BIGGIE on the BARGE. It doesn’t get more iconic than this.
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