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    • Millennium was released on May 18, 1999, on which day the Backstreet Boys made a heavily publicized appearance on MTV's Total Request Live.Backstreet Boys-Wikipedia
    • In a TRL interview, Limp Bizkit member, DJ Lethal, made a statement that if Mathers and Everlast were to fight in real life, Everlast would win.Eminem-Wikipedia
    • KJ-52's single, "Dear Slim", was controversial with Eminem fans when it appeared on Total Request Live.Eminem-Wikipedia
    • They both exposed Korn to a wider, mainstream audience, with the music videos being mainstays on MTV's Total Request Live.Korn-Wikipedia
    • During the late 1990s and early 2000s, multiple nu metal bands such as Korn, Limp Bizkit and P.O.D. appeared repeatedly on MTV's Total Request Live.Nu metal-Wikipedia
    • In July 2017, it was announced that TRL would be returning to the network on October 2, 2017.MTV-Wikipedia

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