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One decade ago was a wild time in pop culture history. Let's revisit the anniversaries, major headlines and TV premieres that happened in 2007.
Rihanna's "Umbrella" and Beyonce's "Irreplaceable" were all over the radio.
Lindsay Lohan was arrested for a DUI and cocaine possession. She ultimately spent just 84 minutes in jail.
The pop singer's year included a lackluster MTV VMAs performance, rehab and a surprise buzz cut.
Plus, Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens were one of the biggest teen celeb couples that year.
Caitlin Upton, at the Miss Teen USA pageant, went viral thanks to her confusing comments about "the Iraq," "the Asian countries" and why people can't find the U.S. on a map.
The world was introduced to Serena van der Woodsen and Blair Waldorf when the series premiered on The CW.
The only place "Wannabe" fans wanted to be was at the show.
Sparks won American Idol in 2007. Blake Lewis was the runner-up.
Thanks to the movie 300, Butler's bod was the talk of the town. Sorry, "this is Sparta!"
The musician performed at the Pepsi Halftime Show in the pouring rain.
Vladimir Putin was named Time magazine's Person of the Year.
The 39-year-old model died of an overdose.
The final installment of the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, hit bookshelves.
... and the world was never the same.
Apatow's Knocked Up and Superbad both hit theaters.
The series' final episode, featuring its infamous cut-to-black ending, aired on June 10.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the device at Macworld in January, and it started shipping in the U.S. in June.
Paris Hilton left jail after being incarcerated for 23 days.
Whoopi Goldberg joined The View after Rosie O'Donnell left the show.
Barker retired from hosting The Price Is Right after 35 years, and was replaced by Drew Carey.
The AMC series' star Jon Hamm, who played Don Draper, quickly rocketed to fame.
Spider-Man 3 was one of the biggest films of the year.
Men battled for love on the Flavor of Love spin-off series I Love New York.
The series aired its finale after four seasons.
Donald Trump and Vince McMahon went head-to-head on WWE's "The Battle of the Billionaires," where they made wrestlers get in the ring to battle it out on their behalf. The loser, McMahon, had his head shaved.