In 2004, what has become the world's biggest site for poking (retro or what!), liking, commenting, messaging and sharing started life as Thefacebook. To celebrate, here are some of 2004's biggest celebrity news stories, reinterpreted as Facebook status updates.
After a decade of LOLs, Friends came to an end. Thank god for re-runs.
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Angelina Jolie cemented her place as red-carpet royalty in February, when she wore this all-kinds-of-amazing white satin dress by Marc Bouwer to that year's Oscars.
Outkast won best album for Speakerboxxx/The Love Below at the 2004 Grammy awards. Heyyy ya!
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin had their first child.
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Sex and the City came to an end on TV. Sad faces all round.
This was the year that Sienna Miller came dangerously close to challenging Kate Moss as style icon numero uno, with Jude Law on her arm and every high-street store copying her signature boho look of furry vest, flippy skirt and status handbag.
Janet Jackson made headlines after introducing the world to her nipple shield at that year's Super Bowl halftime show.
Tom Ford ended an epic 14 years at the helm at Gucci and headed to Paris to design for Yves Saint Laurent.
Tina Fey wrote and Lindsay Lohan starred in the cult classic movie that is Mean Girls.
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Britney married Kevin Federline in September 2004, nine months after briefly tying the knot with childhood friend, Jason Alexander, in Las Vegas.
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