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PEOPLE Yearbook

PEOPLE Yearbook

PEOPLE Yearbook

What a year! For celebrities, athletes, royalty and the extraordinary among us, 2019 has been full of remarkable events. If it all seemed to rush by in a blur, fear not: this new special edition from the editors at PEOPLE is your Yearbook for 2019. Let hundreds of photos take you back to when we welcomed a new royal baby, were shocked by the college admissions scandal, celebrated 25 years of Ross, Rachel and the gang on "Friends," and held our collective breath as gymnast Simone Biles flew and flipped to a record 25 world championships, redefining what's possible. Of course, we also kept up with the Kardashians, obsessed over "The Bachelorette," and cheered when favorite couples tied the knot. We also mourned the passing of beloved Hollywood legends. This special edition captures it all and is your chance to relive the most compelling moments of 2019!

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40 min.
2019 memorable moments

ROLL OUT THE RED CARPET TO HISTORY It’s an honor just to be nominated. It’s even better to win. (Admit it: It is.) But to do that and break a barrier as the Golden Globes’ first host of Asian descent? No wonder Sandra Oh (a winner that night for Killing Eve) got a little choked up when she kicked off the Jan. 6 ceremony with cohost Andy Samberg (here, at a Jan. 3 show preview). “I said yes to the fear of being on this stage tonight because I wanted to be here to look out into this audience and witness this moment,” said Oh, who was born in Ontario to South Korean immigrant parents. They were there to see her proud moment, and she said, in Korean, from the stage,…

20 min.
2019 final respects

LUKE PERRY 52 Teen idol: “Man, I hate those two… words,” said Luke Perry (using a not-readyfor-network-TV adjective). Yet he was one, inevitably, from the moment Dylan McKay first arched an eyebrow over his Ray-Bans in the credits of Beverly Hills, 90210. Thirty-five years after Rebel Without a Cause launched another sultry Midwesterner who looked good in Levi’s and sideburns, Ohioan Perry became a massive TV star. “You were immediately struck by this James Dean-esque quality, but also he just seemed to have his feet on the ground,” recalled costar Carol Potter. “It was a combination of this unreachable sexy guy with an inner foundation at the same time.” Perry would eventually transition into post-teen roles like a televangelist embezzler on HBO’S Oz and a troubled convict on Ties That Bind.…

3 min.

FRONT COVER (Lopez) Andrew Eccles/NBC; (Duchess of Sussex) Toby Melville/Getty Images; Henk Kruger/AFP/Getty Images (Perry) Arnal/Picot/Gamma-Rapho/Getty Images; (Loughlin) Pat Greenhouse/The Boston Globe/Getty Images; (Gaines) Larry Busacca/Getty Images TITLE/CONTENTS 1 Noah Berger/AFP/Getty Images; 2-3 Jamie Squire/Getty Images MEMORABLE MOMENTS 4-5 Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images; 6-7 Barron County Sheriff’s Department/Zuma Press; 8-9 Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images; 10-11 Erik S. Lesser/EPA-EFE/Rex/Shutterstock; 12-13 Lester Cohen/Getty Images; 14-15 (clockwise from left) Trae Patton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank/Getty Images; Earl Gibson III/Getty Images; Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images(2); 16 Ed Herrera/Getty Images; 17 (from top) Al Seib/Los Angeles Times/Polaris; Aaron Poole/©A.M.P.A.S.; George Pimentel/Getty Images; 18-19 Catherine Powell; 20-21 Monica Schipper/Getty Images; 22 Jim Wright; 24-25 Lazarus Jean-Baptiste/CBS; 26 Jacopo Raule/Getty Images; 27 Courtesy Arod Corp; 28 Paul Marotta/Getty Images; 29 CJ Gunther/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock; 30 Jemal Countess/Getty Images; 31 (from top) Melanie Acevedo; Mei Tao; Courtesy Gordon Ramsay/Instagram;…