What a time to be alive!
The National Geographic Channel is about to air its newest documentary and this one is all about the 2000s!
The 2000s: A New Reality will detail living life in a digital age that's all about the YouTube generation.
Oh... and yours truly gets to be a part of it!
So just exactly how did one of our posts about Britney Spears lead to one of the most watched videos of all time?!
You can catch the two-part special on July 12-13 at 9/8c on National Geographic Channel to find out!
Ch-ch-check out one of our guest spots on The 2000s: A New Reality (above)!!!
Well-known for his sharp tongue and harsh criticism, Simon Cowell surprised American Idols fans with something nice to say. Whoa.
After Fox announced on May 11 that American Idol is canceled, Simon, 55, tweeted fond sentiments about his experience as a judge on the reality TV talent show.
He tweeted, “Looking back at my time on American Idol we had a great time. We found great artists. Had fun. And to America. Thank you. It was a blast."
Cowell left the insanely popular show in 2010 to serve as a judge on The X Factor.
The concept for American Idol was originally developed in the UK. And with Cowell’s help, the show was brought to the U.S. in 2002, one year after the U.K. version catapulted One Direction to fame.
Simon shared the judges' table with Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul.
Of the three original judges, Jackson, 58, stayed on the show the longest.
Jackson also responded to the cancelation of American Idol. "One of greatest talent shows ever. Gave us all huge careers and birthed sooooo many stars of today. #idol," he tweeted.
He added, "Many have tried to imitate it but there will never be anything like #idol Thanks fans & talent Yall made it possible. Lets b bout the future."
The show will have one more winner before its final curtain call. American Idol launched amateur singers to stardom over its 14 years on air. Past winners include mega-stars such as Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Jordin Sparks, and Phillip Phillips.
The 15th and final season will premiere January 2016. It promises to "pay tribute to the past 14 seasons of amazingly talented contestants and the millions of fans who tweeted, texted and championed their Idols.”