13 Pop Culture Anniversaries This Week That Basically Prove Time Is An Illusion
Can't believe I've had "What Makes You Beautiful" in my head for NINE YEARS.
First, 30 years ago on Sept. 10, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air premiered.
Nine years ago, on Sept. 11, One Direction released their debut single "What Makes You Beautiful."
Eighteen years ago, on Sept. 9, Missy Elliot released her hit single "Work It."
Nineteen years ago, on Sept. 8, Kylie Minogue released her bop "Can't Get You Out of My Head."
Ten years ago, on Sept. 10, Rihanna had us dancing to "Only Girl (In the World)."
Twelve years ago, on Sept. 9, Katy Perry released her single "Hot n Cold."
Twenty years ago, on Sept. 7, Britney Spears rocked the VMAs in a bedazzled nude ensemble.
And 19 years ago, on Sept. 6, Britney Spears gave her iconic performance with a snake at the VMAs.
Thirteen years ago, on Sept. 9, Rihanna won her first VMA for "Umbrella."
And 10 years ago, on Sept. 12, Lady Gaga wore her iconic meat dress.
Ten years ago, on Sept. 7, Anna Wintour and Blake Lively were chilling at Fashion's Night Out: The Show.
Eight years ago, on Sept. 7, Spring Breakers premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF