12 Pop Culture Anniversaries This Week That Basically Prove Time Is An Illusion
So many iconic VMA moments.
First, nine years ago, on Aug. 28, Beyoncé announced her first pregnancy at the VMAs.
Seventeen years ago, on Aug. 28, Britney Spears, Madonna, and Christina Aguilera smooched on stage at the VMAs.
And, seven years ago, on Aug. 25, Miley Cyrus twerked at the VMAs.
Twenty years ago, on Aug. 22, Bring It On had its LA premiere.
Twenty-three years ago, on Aug. 26, Mariah Carey released her single "Honey."
Five years ago, on Aug. 27, Instagram finally let users upload images with different dimensions, thus getting rid of the need for the ol' square crop.
Thirteen years ago, on Aug. 23, the Jonas Brothers were smizing the heck out of the Teen Choice Awards red carpet.
Seven years ago, on Aug. 25, Miley Cyrus released her banger "Wrecking Ball."
Five years ago, on Aug. 27, Taylor Swift sang "Smelly Cat" with Lisa Kudrow on her 1989 tour.
Ten years ago, on Aug. 24, Katy Perry released her album Teenage Dream. Notable bops included "California Gurls," "Firework," and, of course, "Teenage Dream."
Twenty years ago, on Aug. 23, Brad Pitt was rocking a goatee on the red carpet for Snatch.
And finally, 52 years ago, on Aug. 26, the Beatles released their song "Hey Jude."
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF