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    Posted on Dec 4, 2014

    Here's What Some Of Your Favorite 2000s One-Hit Wonders Look Like Now

    They're still at it.

    Eamon, "Fuck It" (2003) Vs. Now


    Important update: Eamon appeared in two songs with rapper R.A. the Rugged Man from his 2013 album Legends Never Die. One of them was unsurprisingly titled "Luv to Fuk".

    Ryan Cabrera, "On The Way Down" (2004) Vs. Now

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    Important update: This guy's really managed to stay in the spotlight over the years, appearing in The Hills, dating its cast members, and consistently making appearances at media events. On the way up, I guess.

    Kevin Lyttle, "Turn Me On" (2004) Vs. Now

    Getty Images Paul Hawthorne

    Important update: The now 38-year-old has an adorable family, and is keeping us updated with his everyday activities on Instagram.

    Crazytown, "Butterfly" (2000) Vs. Now

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    Important update: After several heartbreaking setbacks — two of their original band members passed away and their frontman Shifty Shellshock fell into a momentary coma — the band is venturing to make a comeback. In 2014, they have new band members and are working on a new album (their last album was in 2002).

    DJ Sammy, "Heaven" (2002) Vs. Now

    Important update: Sammy is still putting out dance remixes. And he loves eating healthy now! He often shares photos of his fresh veggie meals.

    Khia, "My Neck, My Back" (2002) Vs. Now

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    Important update: She released her fifth studio album Love Locs this year. It was under her own label "Thug Misses Entertainment".

    Howie Day, "Collide" (2004) Vs. Now

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    Important update: At the peak of his career in 2004, Howie was arrested for locking a woman in a bathroom and breaking another woman's phone after they allegedly rejected his sexual advances. Today, he's focused on his music, most recently crowdfunding for a new album.

    Afroman, "Because I Got High" (2001) Vs. Now

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    Important update: It's been almost 15 years since Afroman gave us the international stoner anthem. To commemorate, he remade his own hit song this year. And it's just as good.

    Toya, "I Do" (2001) Vs. Now

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    Important update: According to her Twitter, Toya seems to have a perfectly normal life, tweeting about topical issues and just the commonday ones: "Good Morning all! Bout to head to gym....gotta get right!"

    Hurricane Chris, "A Bay Bay" (2007) Vs. Now

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    Important update: Last year, Chris had several suggestive song titles with one reoccurring theme: "Down South", "Bend It Over", "Go Crazy", and "Pu**sy on Me".

    Nivea, "Don't Mess With My Man" (2002) Vs. Now

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    Important update: Rumor has it that Nivea might be joining VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta in 2015.

    Eric Dill of The Click 5 "Just The Girl" (2005) Vs. Now

    Eric Dill

    Important update: Lead singer Eric Dill eventually went on to a solo career. And became really attractive.

    Melissa Schuman of Dream "He Loves U Not" (2000) Vs. Now

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    Important update: One-fourth of the girl group Melissa Schuman carved out a little acting career after the band broke up in 2003. She's made appearances in movies like Love Don't Cost a Thing and The Hallow. Most recently, though, she's started vlogging about health and dieting.

    Fountains Of Wayne, "Stacy's Mom" (2003) Vs. Now

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    Chris Strong

    Important update: The band has not stopped featuring covers of their own hit "Stacy's Mom". If you've been waiting for an EDM remix, here you go.

    Jibbs, "Chain Hang Low" (2006) Vs. Now

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    Important update: In 2012, he announced his return to rap with a free album. Not sure what came of it... or if it ever came out.

    Amanda Perez, "Angel" (2002) Vs. Now


    Important update: Last year, Amanda put out a song called "Freak For The Weekend". She maintained her signature sweet tone, just a different subject matter this time.

    Tweet "Oops (Oh My)" (2002) Vs. Now

    Getty Images Robert Mora

    Important update: The now 43-year-old still has tens-of-thousands of followers on social media. She's also the mother of an adorable little kid.

    Bubba Sparxxx "Ms. New Booty" (2005) Vs. Now

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    Important updates: After overcoming drug addiction, Bubba Sparxxx moved to a farm, began working out, and has refocused his time to music. Earlier this year, he recounted his life after "Ms. New Booty" to BuzzFeed.

    Lumidee, "Never Leave You (Uh Ooh, Uh Oooh)" (2003) Vs. Now

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    Important Update: She put out a new single (with music video) this year called "Where I Wanna Be".

    Daniel Powter, "Bad Day" (2006) Vs. Now

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    Important update: In 2012, Japanese singer May J. featured Daniel Powter in a song called "Back To Your Heart". Daniel sings an English line that goes "You're the one who let me go/ When you had a bad day." He also appears in the music video.