As the year comes to an end, we're looking back at some of the most popular stories featured on "Good Morning America" in 2010.
From Elin Nordegren to Lindsay Lohan to Joran van der Sloot, the stories are as varied as they come. Are you starting to wonder which stories were the most in demand? Check out the favorites for yourself below.
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Michael Jackson's Former Bodyguards Talk About Jackson's Secret Life
Three of Michael Jackson's former bodyguards Mike Garcia, Bill Whitfield and Javon "BJ" Beard spoke out about Jackson's secretive life to ABC News' Ashleigh Banfield, describing some moments as just plain "sad." Those close to him shed some light on MJ's family, his financial situation and even his surgical mask.
Joran Confesses to Peruvian Murder
Joran van der Sloot confessed to murdering a 21-year-old Peruvian woman, Stephany Flores Ramirez. Police investigators told Lima's La Republica newspaper that van der Sloot's bombshell confession came late into the night when he tearfully admitted that he grabbed Ramirez by the neck after she began reading articles about him on the Internet.
Elin Nordegren Opens Up About Tiger Woods' Affairs and Their Divorce in People Magazine
Elin Nordegren said she wanted to save her marriage to Tiger Woods even after she was "blindsided" by his multiple affairs, but in the end the damage was irreparable and she didn't trust him. "I've been through hell," Nordegren, whose divorce is now final, told People magazine.
'GMA's' Most Popular Stories in 2010
Attorney General's Blunt Warning on Terror Attacks
In an interview with ABC News' Pierre Thomas, Attorney General Eric Holder delivered an urgent message for Americans: While he is confident that the United States will continue to thwart attacks, "the terrorists only have to be successful once."
Inside Lindsay Lohan's Medicine Cabinet
During a court sentencing this year it became apparent that troubled actress Lindsay Lohan had written an obscene message to the judge on the nail of her left middle finger.
New Jersey Gov. Christie Says Rutgers Suicide 'Unspeakable Tragedy'
After Rugter's University student Tyler Clementi committed suicide, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called the act an "unspeakable tragedy" and said he can't imagine how the two students accused of secretly filming Clementi can sleep at night "knowing that they contributed to driving that young man" to suicide.
Most Popular 'GMA' Stories in 2010
Police Say Sarah Maynard's Missing Ohio Family Likely Killed
Divers searched a park near the home where an Ohio teenager was found bound and gagged came up empty handed. They located a car underwater they had briefly hoped would lead them to the girl's still missing family members.
'Dancing With the Stars' Season 11 Cast Revealed
This season of "Dancing" brought together an '80's baby, a politician's daughter and multiplatinum-selling R&B artist.
University of Virginia Lacrosse Player Charged in Girlfriend's Murder
University of Virginia varsity lacrosse player George Huguely was jailed on murder charges, hours after the body of his on-and-off girlfriend Yeardley Love, a fellow lacrosse player, was found in an off-campus apartment.
Whale Kills Trainer at SeaWorld's Shamu Stadium
A female trainer was killed at SeaWorld's Shamu Stadium in Orlando, Fla., by a 12,000-pound killer whale that had twice before been involved in the deaths of humans, according to police and local media.