Everything About These Entertainment Magazines From 2004 Is So 2004

So, remember 2004? If you're over the age of 14, I sincerely hope that you do. It was a magical time — a time when Paris Hilton was at the top of her game (the "famous for being famous game," which she's no longer even really playing), Britney Spears had just married K-Fed, and Edward Cullen was still just a dream boy in Stephenie Meyer's mind. A lot can change in 10 years, and these magazine covers prove just how true that is. Check out these 17 magazine covers that will remind you of everything that happened in the entertainment world in 2004.

So 2004

Prince William and Harry were locked in a battle of good versus evil.

Image: People

So 2004

Randy Jackson showed us his pants.

Image: People

So 2004

Mischa Barton was insanely famous and poreless.

Image: Seventeen

So 2004

Paris Hilton looked wildly misplaced on the cover of YM’s music issue.

Image: YM

So 2004

No one thought that Catwoman was a crime against nature yet.

Image: Entertainment Weekly

So 2004

This wax statue of Jennifer Aniston was extremely suspicious of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

Image: InTouch

So 2004

Jude Law was the sexiest man alive.

Image: People

So 2004

Charlie Sheen was tamed and it didn’t last.

Image: TV Guide

So 2004

We all cared about Billy Bob Thornton’s love life more than we should have.

Image: UsWeekly

So 2004

Beyonce had so-called “insecurities.”

Image: FT

So 2004

Lindsay Lohan wasn’t teasing.

Image: GQ

So 2004

Alicia Keys swam.

Image: Vibe

So 2004

Lost was all anyone could talk about.

Image: TV Guide

So 2004

Everyone was very invested in the Bennifer relationship saga.

Image: Ok!

So 2004

Star Magazine fat-shamed Kirstie Alley in a particularly bizarre way.

Image: Star

So 2004

Ben Affleck didn’t want to marry this Jennifer…

Image: Star

So 2004

Chad Michael Murray was still relevant. (Don’t worry. He’s still pretty hot.)