Welcome to the 2000s trivia challenge! Step into a time machine and test your knowledge of the 2000s. With the spread of the internet, the dawn of reality television, and the introduction of iconic movies, the 2000s were a decade of social change. We’ll take you back to the good ol’ days as you answer questions about memorable fashion trends, influential music artists, and groundbreaking political moments. So get ready to take a trip down memory lane and remember the best of the 2000s!
1) Which song by OutKast won the 2003 Grammy Award for Record of the Year?
2) In what year did the Harry Potter franchise kick off with the release of the film Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone?
3) In the year 2008, which African nation hosted the Summer Olympics for the first time?
4) In what year did the hit show Lost premier on ABC?
5) In what year did Apple introduce the iPod?
6) Who won the 2006 World Cup?
7) Which artist released the album American Idiot in 2004?
8) In what year was George W. Bush re-elected president of the United States?
9) In what year did the exciting, new social network MySpace launch?
10) In what year was the hit show Friends aired for the last time?
11) What year was the first Spider-Man movie released?
12) What year did the iPod Mini come out?
13) What year did the popular video game Halo come out?
14) In what year did the Harry Potter books reach their conclusion with the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows?
15) In 2006, who won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the movie "Capote"?
16) What year did the animated movie Finding Nemo come out?
17) In what year did Facebook launch?
18) In what year did the hit show American Idol premier?
19) In what year did Apple release the first iPhone?
20) In what year did the hit show Lost end?
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