It was a decade ago that we thought we were saying goodbye to Woody and the gang for the last time.
Usher and Will.i.am’s “OMG“…
…and Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” feat. Snoop Dogg were the No. 1 songs in the country.
Christina Aguilera dropped her iconic — and now considered ahead of its time — album, Bionic.
The MTV Movie Awards were held at the Universal Amphitheater, hosted by Aziz Ansari.
And Tom Cruise made an appearance as his Tropic Thunder character Les Grossman during Jennifer Lopez’s performance of “Get Right.”
The big ~controversy~ of the night was when Peter Facinelli (aka Carlisle Cullen in Twilight) — while accepting the Golden Popcorn award for Best Movie for The Twilight Saga: New Moon — accidentally dropped the F-bomb (on live TV).
The 64th Tony Awards were held at Radio City Music Hall, hosted by Sean Hayes. Two of the big winners that night were Viola Davis and Denzel Washington, who took home the Tonys for Best Performance by a Leading Actress and Actor in a Play for Fences.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were the couple the tabloids were fixated on.
America Ferrera announced she was engaged to her longtime boyfriend, Ryan Piers Williams.
Al and Tipper Gore announced they were separating after 40 years of marriage.
Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart got married in a small ceremony in New Mexico (the two had been dating for eight years).
The iconic Rue McClanahan died of a brain hemorrhage at age 76.
The Lakers beat the Celtics during Game 7 of the NBA Finals to win the championship. Kobe Bryant was named Finals MVP.
Larry King announced he would be ending his longtime CNN show, Larry King Live.
Olivia Munn made her debut as a correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Steve Carell confirmed that he would indeed be leaving The Office at the end of Season 7.
Showtime’s The Tudors ended after four seasons.
Pretty Little Liars made its debut on then-ABC Family.
The legendary Betty White returned to television in the sitcom Hot in Cleveland, which also happened to be the first original scripted series on TV Land.
The Karate Kid and Toy Story 3 (ugh, crying just thinking about it) were among the movies released in theaters.
As was The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF