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The Biggest Moments of 2013!

2013 was a wild and crazy year, from everything from Royal Baby Fever to Miley's non-stop twerk-fest, we're counting down Facebook's most talked about moments!

2013 was a wild and crazy year, from everything from Royal Baby Fever to Miley's non-stop twerk-fest, we're counting down Facebook's most talked about moments! Less

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December 18 at 12:57 PM
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