There’s a lot happening in the world today and much of it isn’t very good.
It can be a scary place; we get it. It can also be really hard to understand what’s really happening out there.
There’s some issues that are a lot more concerning to you than others. Sexuality, misogyny, race, gender; these are important issues in society and some of your favourite pop stars are using their platforms and increased presence to fight the exact same causes for you.
So with that in mind, here are nine pop stars that are fighting the system and speaking up for what they believe in.
We’ve reached that time – it’s the last round of MP!’s Euro 2016 competition.
Fear not though, cos the last five winners will be in the final next week. However that leaves one spot empty. The last four artists are a pop princess from Hungary, a Portuguese hunk, an Austrian diva with arguably the world’s most famous beard and an Icelandic electro pop man.
Once you’ve got your fave, don’t forget to vote in the poll below.
🇭🇺 Hungary: Gigi Radics
Gigi Radics is a nineteen year old popstar from Hungary, who won their talent competition ‘Megasztár’ in 2012. She has also tried to represent Hungary twice in Eurovision, but has lost out on both occasions. We adore her song ‘Beauty Sleep’, with it’s throwback doo-wop vibes. If you loved Meghan Trainor’s first album, you will love this.
Shhhh…. we’re gonna let you in on a little secret. YouTube sensation, budding pop star and all round teen heartthrob, Johnny Orlando, is back with his second column for MP! This week he’s giving us a sneak peak into the making of his new music video for his slam dunk of a single ‘Let Go’. Don’t tell anyone! Here you go.
Hey everyone, Johnny here. Welcome back to my Maximum Pop! blog series! This week I am going to take you behind the scenes of the video shoot for my newest original single, “Let Go”.
Adulting is hard, especially for Lucille who’s mum has abandoned her and her little sister Wren. Now she has to deal with bills, food shopping and everything else that’s scary (and boring) about being a grown up.
But Lucille just has to get on with it or she risks the authorities getting involved. Here are our tops tips for adulting when you really, really don’t want to.
Every young girl around the planet looks up to Emma Watson and it’s not hard to see why. In fact, we spend hours every day wishing we had her life. From being cast in the Harry Potter films age nine to her awesome address at the UN Headquarters in New York, here are 11 times we definitely wish we were Emma Watson: