20 Things That Turned 20 In 2020 That Made Me Say “Damn, I’m Old”
Some of these shocked the hell out of me, TBH.
It’s been a WHOLE 20 YEARS since 2000. Destiny’s Child ruled the charts, JLo wore that green Versace dress down the red carpet, the iconic Y2K. Here are 20 things that turned 20 in 2020 that made me say “damn, I’m old”.
Britney Spears released her hit single “Oops!… I Did It Again” and made all of us want to start wearing red latex bodysuits.
Brad and Jen tied the knot in a lavish private wedding in Malibu, which I’m still lowkey kind of upset I didn’t get an invite for.
After six years of being together and three albums, the Spice Girls released their last official album to date.
S Club 7 released “Never Had a Dream Come True” and had all of us wishing we were in a winter wonderland wearing faux-fur coats.
JLo wore that iconic Versace dress at the 42nd Annual Grammys and pretty much INVENTED Google Images because of it.
The Sony PlayStation 2 was released and became the best-selling video game console of all time. I still have mine to this day!
Big Brother aired for the first time in the UK, going on to give us shocking personalities like Nasty Nick, who was asked to leave the show after manipulating the other contestants. The show’s release changed the face of reality TV forever!
The Nokia 3310 was released on September 1st, 2000 and was basically their equivalent to the modern day iPhone.
Bob the Builder’s theme song “Can We Fix It?” became the UK’s Christmas number one on the charts, beating out Westlife.
Sonia gave birth in a shocking Eastenders storyline aged just 15, after having NO idea she was pregnant, and thinking she was just overeating.
Christina Aguilera won “Best New Artist” at the 42nd Grammy Awards when she was just 19 years old.
The Weakest Link aired its first episode on our screens, which I’m pretty sure we all thought we could win at some point in our lives.
Eminem and Dido released their duet, which would eventually go on to literally invent fandom Twitter’s usage of the term “stan” online.