Let's step into the Breakfast Show time machine and check out some entertainment headlines this week in 1990.
At the movies, The dreaded "X" rating was replaced by NC-17 or No Children Under 17.
On TV, The Simpsons debuts on Fox and becomes an instant hit.
Milli Vanilli had their Grammy Award revoked after they admitted lip-syncing to their songs.
While we're talking music, these were the biggest songs in the country this week 26 years ago.
Billboard Magazine's Hot 100 had Bell Biv Devoe at number five with Do Me!
In at number four was Wilson Phillips with Release Me. It would go on to be the group's second straight chart topper after hitting number one with the debut single Hold On.
The hair bands were big in the summer of '90. Poison was at number three with Unskinny Bop.
Bon Jovi was at number two with Blaze of Glory. The song was used in the movie Young Guns 2.
And in the top spot was Sweet Sensation with If Wishes Came True. The power ballad was the biggest hit of the trio's career.
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