7’s Top 7: The Year in Entertainment

WSVN — It’s been a busy year in the entertainment world, from meeting Caitlyn Jenner to rocky relationships to the latest fan frenzy, "Star Wars." 7’s Shireen Sandoval takes a look back in tonight’s 7 Top 7.

Diane Sawyer: "Are you a woman?"

Caitlyn Jenner: "Um, yes."

2015 was the year we said goodbye to Bruce Jenner and hello to Caitlyn. She introduced herself to us in an interview with Diane Sawyer.

Caitlyn Jenner: "Hey, baby!"

From there, she got her own reality show, posed for the cover of Vanity Fair, was named one of Glamour Magazine’s Women of the Year and got back to her sports roots at the ESPYs, honored with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.

Caitlyn Jenner: "Thank you so much."

Charlie Sheen: "I am, in fact, HIV positive."

Charlie Sheen dropped a bombshell last month, admitting he has been HIV positive for four years. Some ex-lovers say he never told them he had the virus.

Bree Olson: "He’s a monster, and he put my life in jeopardy, along with hundreds or potentially thousands of other women’s lives."

Lamar Odom found himself fighting for his life after a drug overdose at a Nevada brothel. The former Heat star and current Kardashian husband dropped $70,000 over four days, and was rushed to the hospital. Some reports say he’ll never be able to fully take care of himself.

It was a big year for celebrity relationships. Jennifer Aniston married her longtime boyfriend, actor Justin Theroux, in a super-secret ceremony.

Other secrets led to some big scandals. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner split up. Some said it was because of his drinking and gambling, but it may have been his philandering. Word is he was hookin’ up with the nanny.

A nanny is also being blamed for breaking up Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale. But she’s moved on with a recently divorced Blake Shelton, who split with his wife Miranda Lambert.

Camera operator: "Are you and Kermit back together?"

Miss Piggy: "He wishes!"

And who saw this coming? Kermit and Miss Piggy ended their relationship. She’s flirting with some A-listers; he’s moved on with a studio executive.

Ken Jeong: "Man, you really have a type, huh?"

Another breakup — this one in the music world. Tweens everywhere had their worlds rocked when Zayn Malik decided to go his own direction. Last month, Zayn put out a teaser video of what he’s been working on.

One Direction’s remaining four finished their tour, released a new CD, but are now on an indefinite hiatus.

Adam Driver (as Kylo Ren): "I will finish what you started."

And finally, Disney finished what George Lucas started with "The Force Awakens." Fans spent the year analyzing every second of every trailer for clues. It was a force at the box office, earning $248 million in the first three days, shattering the record for biggest opening weekend.

Harrison Ford (as Han Solo): "Chewie, we’re home."

Saturday night, Craig Stevens will take a look back at those we lost this year. In the Newsplex, Shireen Sandoval, 7News.