Wednesday, 28 November 2012

2012: The year the world didn't end

As most doomsdayers, movie buffs and anyone alive, really, knows: 2012 is the year the world will end.

Right?

Wrong.

NASA have released information telling us to stop buying cans of beans, and to stop preparing for the worst because the world is not going to end.

Shock.

Anyway, to celebrate the year the world (nearly/could’ve/almost) ended – here’s a look back at 2012:

Newly divorced Kim K paired up with Kanye (again, shocker) and they became tinsletown’s Kimye

Angelina Jolie’s right leg became the talk of the Oscars. 

Sophia-Grace and Rosie invaded our lives thanks to Ellen D. 
Elmo’s handler got accused of kiddy-fiddling (another shocker). 

Sh*t People Say vids went viral.

Gangnam Style took over and stopped everybody shuffling. 

Lara Bingle tried to get people to see her as more than an air-head (not so sure that worked, love).  

The Shire was supposed to be Aus’ answer to Jersey Shore (it wasn’t). 

Instagram made everyone a ‘photographer’. 

Online shopping became the norm. 

One Direction almost overtook the Biebs (or did they manage it?).
Fifty Shades of Grey spiced up dull relationships of forty-somethings. 

The Olympics was on (but seriously, who watched it). 

Big Brother promised a huge comeback, it failed. 

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds surprised everyone with their dash to the alter. 

Prince Harry got nude in Vegas. 

T Cruise and K Holmes divorced – but no one except Suri cared. 
 
Seal split with glamazon Heidi – who stepped out with her new BF soon after. 

Obama proved that once you go black you never go back.

Ed Sheeran emerged as everyones favourite ranga.

R Patz and K Stew split after Stewie’s affair with a married man, the pair reconciled just before the release of the final Twilight. Handy. 

Hannah Montana, sorry – Miley Cyrus, not only went on an image overhaul (hello, no hair!) but BF Liam popped the question. 

Snooki had a baby – as did Hilary Duff, Kristin Cavallari and Kourtney Kardashian. 

Jersey Shore graced our screens for the final time. 

North America faced one horrible natural disaster and, lastly, Whitney Housten died.

And there you have it!

Note: The word ‘shock/er’ is used as sarcasm.

Shock.

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