1994 History, Fun Facts and Trivia

1994 History, Fun Facts and Trivia

Top Ten Baby Names of 1994:
Jessica, Ashley, Emily, Samantha, Sarah, Michael, Chris, Topher, Matthew, Joshua, Tyler

The Hotties and Fashion Icons:
Claudia Schiffer, Elle Macpherson

Leading Men and Hollywood Hunks:
George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, John Travolta

“The Quote:”
“My momma always said that life was like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get”
– Tom Hanks in ‘Forrest Gump’

Time Magazine’s Man of the Year:
Pope John Paul II

Miss America:
Kimberly Aiken (Columbia, SC)

Miss USA:
Lu Parker (South Carolina)

The Scandasl:
Nancy-KerriganTonya Harding (the antagonist) and Nancy Kerrigan (the protagonist) ice skating rivalry resulted in some friends of Tonya, including her husband Jeff Gillooly and associates Shawn Eckhardt and Shane Stant, attempting to bust Nancy’s kneecaps at the U.S. Figure Skaing Championship.
She had to withdrawal, but did well for herself with endorsements and winning the Silver Medal in the Olympics in 1994.

Ford-BroncoOn June 17th, a white Ford Bronco belonging to Simpson’s friend, Al Cowlings, was watched by the entire nation since it was carrying a now fugitive, O.J. Simpson, who was “holding a gun to Al’s head”. A note from O.J., sounding like a suicide note, was read to police by his lawyer.

Brief Celebrity marriages:
Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley
Richard Gere and Cindy Crawford

Rock and Roll Death:
Kurt Cobain (suicide)

Serial Killer Prison Death:
Jeffrey Dahmer

Beloved Comedian Death:
John Candy

Disgraced Politician Death:
Richard Nixon. We don’t have him to kick around any more.

Nerd News:
The Wonderbra was invented

Cost of a Superbowl ad in 1994: $900,000

The Habit:
Watching ER on NBC.

1st appearances & 1994’s Most Popular Christmas gifts, toys and presents:
Starting Lineup statuettes, Barbie as Scarlett O’Hara & Ken as Rhett Butler, Barbie as Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, Blurt!

Best Film Oscar Winner:
Schindler’s List (presented in 1994)

The Big Movies: (according to boxofficemojo)
1. Forrest Gump
2. The Lion King
3. True Lies
4. The Santa Clause
5. The Flintstones
6. Dumb and Dumber
7. Clear and Present Danger
8. Speed
9. The Mask
10. Pulp Fiction

1994 Most Popular TV shows:
1. Seinfeld (NBC)
2. E.R. (NBC)
3. Home Improvement (ABC)
4. Grace Under Fire (ABC)
5. NYPD Blue (ABC)
6. Murder, She Wrote (CBS)
7. Friends (NBC)
8. Roseanne (ABC)
9. Mad About You (NBC)
10. Madman of the People (NBC)

1994 Billboard Number One Songs:
December 25, 1993  – January 2, 19941:
Hero – Mariah Carey

January 22 – February 11:
All For Love – Bryan Adams/Rod Stewart/Sting

February 12 – March 11:
Power of Love – Céline Dion

March 12 – April 15:
The Sign – Ace of Base

April 16 – May 20:
Bump N’ Grind – R. Kelly

May 21 – August 5:
I Swear – All-4-One

August 6 – August 26:
Stay (I Missed You) – Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories

August 27 – December 2:
I’ll Make Love To You – Boyz II Men

December 3, 1994 – January 13, 1995:
On Bended Knee – Boyz II Men

Sports:
World Series Champions: No one…Major League Baseball Players Association was on strike.
Superbowl XXVIII Champions: Dallas Cowboys
NBA Champions: Houston Rockets
Stanley Cup Champs: New York Rangers
U.S. Open Golf Ernie Ells
U.S. Tennis: (Men/Ladies) Andre Agassi/Sanchez Vicario
Wimbledon (Men/Women): Pete Sampras/Conchita Martinez
NCAA Football Champions: Nebraska
NCAA Basketball Champions: Arkansas
Kentucky Derby: Go For Gin
World Cup (Soccer): Brazil

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