The most iconic time in pop culture?
|by Anonymous||reply 139||09/16/2020|
OP that photo is AMAZING. What a supernova in that car.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||08/02/2020|
|by Anonymous||reply 2||08/02/2020|
Didn't all three of those whores in OP pics have a police record?
|by Anonymous||reply 3||08/02/2020|
The 2000s was the first postmodern decade. It was the beginning of when the internet, technology, social media and the 24/7 news cycle really taking over our lives and the distinction between myth and reality became even more blurred.
That said, celebrity culture at that time was wild, it seemed prior to the 2000s, celebrities had this image of perfection and untouchability. But then we got Britney's breakdown, Lindsay's drug and partying habits, Paris and Nicole becoming famous for being famous, Mary-Kate and Ashley's anorexia and drug problems, Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston's drug and mental health problems being on display and the beginning of celebrity reality TV shows like The Osbournes, Newlyweds and Being Bobby Brown. Seems like such a paradigm shift
|by Anonymous||reply 4||08/02/2020|
If we're talking about pop culture in general and not just Hollywood, the 1990s was much more exciting. You had the OJ trial, Monica Lewinsky, Lorena Bobbitt, Amy Fisher, the LA riots, Mary Kay Letourneau, Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love...the list goes on. What a time to be alive!
|by Anonymous||reply 5||08/02/2020|
I never thought I'd say this, but I'm genuinely missing the early 2000s right now. Anything to escape from this shit show of a year.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||08/02/2020|
But was it a good time for Gap playlists???
|by Anonymous||reply 7||08/02/2020|
[quote] it seemed prior to the 2000s, celebrities had this image of perfection and untouchability.
I disagree with this. Maybe it's just that you were very young before the 2000s and weren't aware of what a mess so many celebrities were. Are you a young 'un?
|by Anonymous||reply 8||08/02/2020|
R8 It was the rise of celebrity gossip blogs like Perez, TMZ, D Listed, Lainey
|by Anonymous||reply 9||08/02/2020|
Yeah exactly. It was the rise of the internet, cable TV channels like E and VH1 and the 24/7 news cycle that really broadcasted the craziness of certain celebrities to a new level and planted it deeper into everyone's consciousness. Obviously, they were hot messes prior to the 2000s like everything about Michael Jackson, Sinead O'Connor, Drew Barrymore, George Michael just to name a few. But in some ways, the press seemed far less intrusive of people's lives then and also people had far more sense of shame to go to press to tell about some fucked up thing a famous/powerful person did.
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|by Anonymous||reply 11||08/02/2020|
R11 I can't believe Lindsay and Hilary fought over Aaron Carter of all people. They both costarred in movies with Chad Michael Murray (Freaky Friday, A Cinderella Story) who is much hotter than Aaron, though to be fair CMM was an adult and Hilary and Lindsay were still teens.
Also Megan Fox was always playing queen bees in early 2000s movies. She played a mean girl in an Olsen twins movie "Holiday in the Sun", a mean girl in a Lindsay Lohan movie "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen", a mean girl in a Kaley Cuoco movie "Crimes of Fashion" and she also played a bit character in an episode of Amanda Bynes' sitcom "What I Like About You". She also dated David Gallagher, the cute blonde pretty boy son on 7th Heaven.
Out of all these people, Hilary aged the best and turned out the most normal despite being shady and probably had some drug abuse but all that's in the past.
The Olsen twins were actually pretty when they were teenagers. I never found them cute as little kids but they grew into looks in adolescence but unfortunately the drugs and eating disorders....
|by Anonymous||reply 12||08/02/2020|
All three of those skanks should have gone to college. Lindsay really lost her looks.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||08/02/2020|
Amanda Bynes like Britney is mentally ill and like the Olsens probably traumatized by the showbiz to ever return. She was such a great comedic actress. Her IG posts are so sad because you can tell she's dead inside and heavily medicated.
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|by Anonymous||reply 15||08/02/2020|
Megan still looks pretty to me (albeit a bit plastic). She seems to have escaped from Brian Austin Green but dating MGK...
|by Anonymous||reply 16||08/02/2020|
Early 2000's what?
|by Anonymous||reply 17||08/02/2020|
I guess not because no one remembers these people anymore since they weren't known for anything except being famous for 15 minutes.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||08/02/2020|
Who would have thought Bryan Cranston (Hal the dad) would have had the biggest career out of this whole show. Jane, Frankie and Justin were all amazing comedic talent but at least this show ran a good run and set them for life.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||08/02/2020|
A clown 🤡 car full of lezzies
|by Anonymous||reply 20||08/02/2020|
R20 Lindsay did date a woman for a time. Lindsay and Raven also shared an apartment at one point and given Raven is a lesbian who knows what went down
|by Anonymous||reply 21||08/02/2020|
I loved when Lindsay and Samantha were together. They would break up and Lindsay would write these long winded pleas on MySpace or twitter
|by Anonymous||reply 22||08/02/2020|
I couldn't agree more, r6.
I was simultaneously hood and punk as fuck in the early 2000s, a thug, an underage bride and a teenage fashion icon.
(Even more fantastic now, no tattoos, no regrettable plastic surgeries and I'm not jaded. But the early aughts were incredible for me. Almost as good as the early nineties.
You're right about the pop culture. Otherwise, though, the Bush era was somewhat of a dark time, culturally and socially.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||08/02/2020|
R7, of course it was a great era for Gap Playlists!
2002 and 2005 are my favorites from that era. Those were the best playlists for Gap and GapKids in the 2000-2005 era.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||08/02/2020|
The National Enquirer - June 20, 2005.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||08/02/2020|
L-R Drug-addled, self-sabotaging abuse victim, oversexualized bipolar disorder sufferer, talentless fame whore
|by Anonymous||reply 26||08/02/2020|
Quite big tits on Lohan.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||08/02/2020|
OP's moment happened in 2006 or 2006, not the early 00s.
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*2006 or 2007
|by Anonymous||reply 29||08/02/2020|
CSI and Desperate Housewives.
Tv was good, iconic, almost masterpieces, breezy, and with sharp writing.
I'm not counting Lost.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||08/02/2020|
UPN and The WB had a lot of fun sitcoms
|by Anonymous||reply 31||08/02/2020|
Porn was less glossy back then. Really.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||08/02/2020|
Anyone remember Kazaa and Limewire? Those were the days.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||08/02/2020|
R33 I lived for that, and Napster shortly before those days.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||08/02/2020|
Oh and FrostWire was great, too.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||08/02/2020|
R34, remember how Napster tried to come back around 2003? By then, it was too late.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||08/02/2020|
[quote]The most iconic time in pop culture?
Not really, OP. Things already felt like they were in a trashy spiral.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||08/02/2020|
Don’t forget Grokster!
|by Anonymous||reply 38||08/03/2020|
The early 2000s (well the year 2001) was the time when Brad Renfro's career at playing leads came to a halt due to his drug abuse and erratic behavior which got him stuck only playing bit roles. Even though Bully is technically a period piece of the early 90s, it took so much liberty it felt more reflective of the early 00s.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||08/03/2020|
Who are the people in OP's photograph? I only recognize that awful Paris Hilton.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||08/03/2020|
R36 yeah, not only that, they tried to relaunch Napster as a paid filesharing interface in '03. No thank you.
I miss checking on my downloads-in-progress as a cozy memory of that time period.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||08/03/2020|
R41, lol, yes, it completely defeated the purpose of Napster in the first place. I had dialup internet until I was 18 and I remember it took like 20 or 30 minutes for a song to download. And downloading full-length porn movies took days lol.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||08/03/2020|
The only more iconic and crazier celeb pic from that period than the one OP posted was this one:
|by Anonymous||reply 43||08/03/2020|
And to think that Liza is the sole survivor, R43. She got Judy's extra years.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||08/03/2020|
Liza is the most sane looking person in that entire pic. Wow.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||08/03/2020|
r4 Do you think the fixation on Paris and Nicole was a catalyst in letting the Kardashians run wild?
|by Anonymous||reply 46||08/03/2020|
Not R4 here but yes, they laid the groundwork for the Kardashians. I can't believe that rat family has been on the air for 13 years now. That's longer than even shows like Seinfeld!
|by Anonymous||reply 47||08/03/2020|
I don't even follow keeping up with the Kardashians closely, but from what I can tell, the network keeps playing the same eight episodes over and over again. Those 8 repeat episodes were filmed over a span of 12 years on E! and replayed in a very circular fashion.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||08/03/2020|
R1, if you think that’s amazing, wait till you see them getting out of the car!
|by Anonymous||reply 49||08/03/2020|
Before the Kardashians became famous, I always thought the valley girl accent was completely fake and for TV and movies. But nope the Kartrashians straight up sound like those bitchy popular girls in cartoons.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||08/03/2020|
R50, I live in Chicago. You can hear that accent everywhere. Not most girls, but MANY girls here talk like that. And that's before the Kardashians showed up. Hell, many gay men talk like that.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||08/03/2020|
R51 I do hear it a lot in college aged people (male and female) and other gay people mainly that vocal fry affection and uptalk. I'm from NJ.
Some people will say the Kardashians have a California accent but nobody I met from California sounds like that.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||08/03/2020|
[quote] Anyone remember Kazaa and Limewire? Those were the days.
Those same songs would sound terrible from those but almost as good as a CD when played back on YouTube, so the audio quality is movin’ on up.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||08/03/2020|
Noah Knows Best is probably the most obscure Nickcom in existence. It only ran for a few months in 2000. To be fair it was dry and unfunny as hell.
But Hanson made a guest appearance during their commercial peak in 2000 with This Time Around. After that album Taylor knocked up a fangirl and married her and they left their label to form their own and been independent ever since.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||08/03/2020|
This short-lived sitcom on The WB exemplified the early 00s so much. Even had Willa Ford and Leslie Carter in the soundtrack.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||08/03/2020|
She looked chubby in op
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|by Anonymous||reply 57||08/03/2020|
The most iconic time in Pop culture was February 1964.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||08/03/2020|
R57 Lindsay and Amanda were the biggest wastes of talent.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||08/04/2020|
Is the image from that movie Backroads or Streetwalkers or whatever it was called?
|by Anonymous||reply 60||08/04/2020|
I was simultaneously hood and punk as fuck in the early 2000s, a thug, an underage bride and a teenage fashion icon.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||08/04/2020|
[quote] people will say the Kardashians have a California accent but nobody I met from California sounds like that.
Not an American, but I thought this⬇️ was a typical Cali accent. Sort of dopey and drawled, dragging all the words out too much but not necessarily uptalking (but still using too many needless qualifiers such as “like I knoooooooow right?”)
|by Anonymous||reply 62||08/04/2020|
"I Wanna Be Bad" by Willa ford is on the June 2003 GapKids In-Store Playlist!
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|by Anonymous||reply 64||08/04/2020|
R62, it is more associated with Southern California (specifically the LA area) than with the rest of the state. My friend from LA says you meet tons of valley girls in the LA area and they are everywhere.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||08/04/2020|
California is a huge state. I do think there is a California accent though. It's more they talk flat, speak slow and drawl out words. Also the slang like "hella" and "The 405".
The Southern California accent does have a nasally drawled out twang sound to it and the Valley/Surfer accent is just an over-exaggeration of it.
White Californians from the Central Valley may sound a bit Southern-ish due to being descended from Okies that came during the Great Depression and Dust Bowl.
Black Californians also have Southern-sounding accents since many originated from Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma and they were among the last Black people to migrate during the Great Migration of the 20th century.
Chicanos also have their own accent and may speak Spanglish.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||08/05/2020|
The fashion was funny...
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|by Anonymous||reply 68||08/05/2020|
I think Katy Perry, Cameron Diaz, Paul Walker, Erik Von Detten, Belinda Carlisle and Brandon Lee are better examples of a normal California accent than the Kardashians who sound like cartoon characters.
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|by Anonymous||reply 70||08/05/2020|
EVD's California accent.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||08/05/2020|
King and Queen of 2000s Southern tackiness.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||08/05/2020|
Cam'ron walked so Tyler, Frank and Harry could run.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||08/05/2020|
The Olsen Twins sitcom "So Little Time" was corny and cringey but it was a good time capsule for the early 2000s with the pop-punk/pop rock song selection, fashion choices, pop culture references to Legally Blonde, Go-gurt, Jennifer Aniston and the twins crush on Josh Hartnett.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||08/05/2020|
Raven served some 2000s looks though those it seems those style choices were Disney's and not her own. I think she prefers tomboyish, artsy-fartsy and boho style stuff which is why she dresses like she does now. They were probably trying to push her as a "black Hilary"
|by Anonymous||reply 75||08/05/2020|
[Quote] The Olsen Twins sitcom "So Little Time" was corny and cringey but it was a good time capsule for the early 2000s with the pop-punk/pop rock song selection
I loved that show and Two Of A Kind.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||08/06/2020|
9/11 and Bush! Fuck yeah!
|by Anonymous||reply 77||08/06/2020|
2000s were the worst.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||08/06/2020|
Women's hair pretty much remained the same is what stands out. Come to think about it since the late 90's it hasn't evolved much.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||08/06/2020|
I can see that. The Rachel haircut is now the Karen haircut
|by Anonymous||reply 80||08/06/2020|
R76 I liked both too. Two of a Kind was funny and So Little Time was corny but much more entertaining as an adult than the overly saccharine Full House that got progressively worse each season. The twins were good sitcom actresses and the shows played to their strengths.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||08/06/2020|
I loved What I Like About You
|by Anonymous||reply 82||08/06/2020|
The ultimate early 00s frau-nip show
|by Anonymous||reply 83||08/06/2020|
There was an excitement to what the future could hold....................and then 9/11 happened.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||08/06/2020|
Don't, you, forget about me!
|by Anonymous||reply 85||08/06/2020|
I thought One on One was a classic. Breanna and Spirit had a lot of cute trendy outfits. I thought Robbie Richard who played Arnez was hot and that white guy she dated Josh (played by Josh Henderson) for a minute also was fine. The last season sucked when they made all those cast changes and the finale was a typical annoying cliffhanger on par with Moesha's.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||08/06/2020|
Also Eve had a sitcom too. Her career kinda died after that last Barbershop movie.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||08/06/2020|
The Bernie Mac Show was underrated.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||08/06/2020|
Gilmore Girls was really terrible, one of the most overratted shows--maybe THE most overrated. God, would those bitches ever shut the hell up?
|by Anonymous||reply 89||08/06/2020|
Smoking [italic]during[/italic] your meal. Chew, chew, puff.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||08/06/2020|
R89 Gilmore Girls is up there with The Brady Bunch, Friends and Full House as the whitest shows ever. Yes I know they had a token Asian girl and it was set in Connecticut but the white girl problems were a bit too much.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||08/06/2020|
The best thing from The WB honestly even though it dragged out for 10 years.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||08/06/2020|
R92 I left when Dr Quinn came on with her witch rocks. God, he was beautiful though.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||08/06/2020|
Jane Seymour appeared as a time traveler on a Superman show?
|by Anonymous||reply 94||08/06/2020|
R94 all I remember is that she played Jensen Ackles mother.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||08/06/2020|
One of the last of the TGIF line-up.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||08/06/2020|
I don't remember much of this show besides Reba always making fun of her ex-husband's bimbo wife Babra Jean and Reba's teen daughter getting knocked up and marrying his dim boyfriend. It was funny and cozy.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||08/06/2020|
Grounded for Life was such an underrated hilarious show. It barely survived throughout its original 5-year run but it's one of the more realistic depictions of a working-class family with immature parents who got pregnant and married too early. Uncle Eddie was hilarious. Also I feel bad for Bret Harrison who played Brad. He is cute and very funny. His career never took off despite being in three TV shows all got canned after a season or two and he should have been Eric's replacement on That 70's Show too.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||08/06/2020|
R91, seriously. It really was. Even my parents thought the show was completely boring.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||08/06/2020|
I miss ABC's TGIF lineup with Teen Angel, Odd Man Out, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Boy Meets World, Two of a Kind, Step by Step and Family Matters.
It didn't get any better than that!
|by Anonymous||reply 100||08/06/2020|
That period Xtina got a tan, wore braids and spoke in Ebonics to prove her street cred.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||08/07/2020|
R101, if you touched her, you got the clap, instantly.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||08/07/2020|
Megan Fox with her original face and David Gallagher (WEHT?) in gaudy 2000s fashion.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||08/07/2020|
R103 this is her original face
|by Anonymous||reply 104||08/07/2020|
R104, I think she was really attractive before all the plastic surgery.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||08/07/2020|
Rn U kidding me? Are you like right around 20 years old, OP?? No, it would hafta be around 30--34. So these sluts are all icons to you now? Jesus Fucking Hi-salami Christ!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 106||08/07/2020|
R73 is Cam'ron a fag?
|by Anonymous||reply 107||08/07/2020|
It's suddenly so crystal clear to me that the 00's were the next stupidest decade after the 70's. Here come the Roaring 20's all over again...
|by Anonymous||reply 108||08/07/2020|
Grounded For Life walked so Shameless could run.
GFL low-key sucked. Irish Catholic Americans went extinct a long time ago. Their dated demographic was a relic by the time that show was on air. Former ICs all left and went on to become mixed-race, secular & working class.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||08/07/2020|
I’ll Never Tell...
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|by Anonymous||reply 111||08/07/2020|
R111, we all correctly predicted Alba would become a huge movie star thanks to that role.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||08/07/2020|
R105 so were the Olsen twins.
R111 I wonder if they'll do a reboot at some point.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||08/07/2020|
R113, they look so normal there. Now, they look like 40 year old fashion industry workers/victims.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||08/07/2020|
R111 I wouldn't mind seeing Alba in movies again either. She isn't a great actress but she is good in action roles like Saldana, Jolie and Johannson.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||08/07/2020|
R113 They definitely are over Hollywood too. I don't think they even interact or try to reach out to any of their former co-stars either which is unusual. They completely cut themselves off from the acting world. Mary-Kate was still doing some films on and off until like 2011 but stopped. It's kinda creepy watching them act as toddlers and preteens in those sing-a-long and direct-to-video movies because their deliveries were so robotic and overtly cutesy. They weren't natural actresses and it's clear they were being overworked. On Full House, they were basically trained animals that mimicked what some lady mimed to them across the set. They didn't return to Full House because they were so young on that show and had no emotional attachment to it.
They did improve as they got older in Two of a Kind and So Little Time and their later movies because those were more tongue-in-cheek and their deadpan and sarcastic deliveries worked well. New York Minute was probably their best movie because they stopped taking themselves seriously and had a lot of fun and it flopped. They were burnt out from working nonstop for 18 years and knew they would never get taken seriously by Hollywood anyway, so quitting and cashing in that money was smart. But having that much pressure to perform and be perfect likely was traumatizing and cause their eating disorders and drug addiction which are both outcomes of neurosis.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||08/07/2020|
R115 Alba seems more focused on her beauty line with Honest. I can't see her wanting to work with Michael or Jensen again. May as well just reboot with a new transgenic.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||08/08/2020|
I guess Liz Taylor was gay too. Hollywood is completely gay.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||08/08/2020|
Jennifer Garner in Alias.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||08/08/2020|
Decades mean nothing. Look at the 60's for instance. You start the 60's with Frankie Avalon and the Marvelettes, move to pop crap and end with acid rock... move to the 70's and you're still in acid rock but trending into metal then disco. These decades are not really decades at all. Trends can be around for 5-7 years and morph into a completely different style. The clothing all follows suit with the music. It's an ever evolving circus. I have never accepted the idea that a decade meant a damn thing other than a designated period of time, rather than style or trend. I realize this shit every time I pick a "Decade" to listen to as background music from my cable station. I put on 80's and think, 'wtf, this is not the shit I thought they would play. I think I'm in a bad mood today. Maybe I need some 1967 pot to mellow out.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||08/08/2020|
R120 Good point. Way too much overlap of trends and styles to contain without any given decade and also the fact trends come in cycles. Disco still lasted until the very early 80s. New Jack Swing was a music movement that went from late 80s to early even mid-90s. Pictures of the early 1960s often gets mistaken for the 1950s. Jazz itself had so many different movements that jazzheads are divided by specific years rather than decades. The early 2000s and late 2000s seemed completely different too.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||08/08/2020|
No, OP. There was nothing iconic about this decade or any decade after the 1980s. So much crap from this century has been so cheap and ephemeral that it’s really a crime.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||08/08/2020|
R122 Nirvana, Alice in Chains and REM changing the rock scene. A Tribe Called Quest, Pharcyde, Biggie and the Golden Age of Rap. Fiona Apple, Paula Cole, Alanis Morrisette and other female alternative pop artists. Boyz II Men, Aaliyah, Xscape, TLC, Toni Braxton, Mariah Carey and Usher ushering the biggest decade of R&B dominating the charts. Erykah Badu, Maxwell, D'Angelo and Lauryn with the Neo-Soul movement. Hanson, Savage Garden, Backstreet Boys and NSYNC basically reviving the boy band genre. Robyn, Spice Girls, Britney, Christina and Destiny's Child reviving bubblegum pop and girl power groups. British bands like Coldplay and Oasis building up a fanbase in the US. Nu-metal bands like Korn. Eminem being the biggest white rapper. Then the British trip hop scene with Massive Attack. 90s had a lot of impact at least musically.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||08/08/2020|
Ya lost me after Nirvana.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||08/08/2020|
R124, I personally can't stand Nirvana or Kurt Cobain, but there is no doubt the impact they had.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||08/08/2020|
[quote]90s had a lot of impact at least musically.
And most of it was disastrous.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||08/08/2020|
There is serious nostalgia for the late 90s and early 2000s look and sound now. It's funny because it seemed by the mid-2000s, we were all embarrassed by that era and wanted to forget it. But I guess since late 2010s and the first year of 2020s has been utter shit, people want to be nostalgic for the campy, flashy and playfully artificial era of late 90s/2000s.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||09/15/2020|
Rina Sawayama, Dawn Richard, Carly Rae Jepson, Conan Gray, Ariana Grande and Normani all seem to be wanting to bring the teen dance-pop era that died out in 2002.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||09/15/2020|
OP, that wasn’t early 2000’s - that was 2007, so late 2000’s.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||09/15/2020|
Lindsay and Britney can still be associated with the early 2000s because of their peaks. Paris didn't get big until the mid-2000s after 2003. Most people would agree that the atmosphere changed drastically after 9/11 and by the end of 2002 that the 90s pop culture hanger-ons began dying out.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||09/15/2020|
I've been experiencing some odd nostalgia for this time period as well. I was 12 in 2000 and, just like a real shit of a kid, I thought I was above the culture of this era. I've been rewatching some of the movies and TV from this time period and a lot of it has held up really well. Maybe we were on to something then.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||09/15/2020|
One thing I do miss about the early 2000s was the internet. Yeah the speeds were slow, dial-up sucked ass and downloads took forever. But the old world wide web was a lot more for the nerds and different subcultures and niches. There was an air of mystery and fun about the internet back then.
|by Anonymous||reply 132||09/15/2020|
I'm pretty sure I had a slight influence at the turn of the century.
|by Anonymous||reply 133||09/15/2020|
R133 Can't forget about the Latin explosion. Ricky, Enrique, Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Christina Aguilera, Pitbull and Selena (posthumously) all hoped on that train.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||09/15/2020|
That's what I implied by "influence," r134.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||09/15/2020|
The adjective "slight" was humor.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||09/15/2020|
No, certainly not.
|by Anonymous||reply 137||09/15/2020|
[Quote] Ariana Grande and Normani all seem to be wanting to bring the teen dance-pop era that died out in 2002.
Is Normani still a thing??
|by Anonymous||reply 138||09/15/2020|
Hilary Duff, Cheetah Girls, Jesse McCartney, Miley Cyrus, Jonas Bros and the rest of Disney pop stars were created to be child friendly teen pop stars after the sexualized teen pop era of the late 90s/early 2000s. Britney, Xtina and Destiny's Child mixed wholesome with sexy. Backstreet and NSYNC were singing words like "cowboy", "sexual" and "let's get down". Brandy, Monica, Usher, B2K, Bow Wow and Aaliyah were sexual too. Even Aaron Carter had songs like "Little Crazy Party Girl" and "I Want Candy" and his music videos had him paired with older girls.
|by Anonymous||reply 139||09/16/2020|