Posted onOctober 30, 2020
It's time, once again, to spin the Clearbox musical wheel of fortune, and this week we've landed on Mollie.
MM, as she's affectionately known by everyone here, is your go-to source for everything that's happening in the celebrity world and seems to know about the latest trends in pop culture before they actually become trends.
She's a fan of Sam and Billie Faiers (among many other things), but is not a fan of biscuit companies like McVitie's messing around with classic offerings like Chocolate Digestives.
Here's the soundtrack of her life.
The song I wish I’d written
All I Want For Christmas, Mariah Carey (Royalties)
The first song I remember hearing
Jonny Cash, A Boy Named Sue - In the car on the way to school.
The first album I owned
Blue, One Love. Santa brought me that and a Walkman one year for Christmas. Loved it.
The first gig I went to
Busted - A Present For Everyone. Absolutely class.
The song that reminds me of home
David Gray - Babylon. In fact, the entire White Ladder album does.
The song I can no longer listen to
Lorde, Royals. The worst song ever recorded.
The song that changed my life
U2- Sometimes You Can’t Make it On Your Own. The whole album is iconic but this song calms me down. I put it on when there’s turbulence on a plane and it helps take my mind off it lol.
The song I want played at my funeral
Ronan Keating- If Tomorrow Never Comes.
The song I listen to before going to work
Yolanda Adams, I Believe. Can take on the world upon listening.
The song I do at karaoke
I hate karaoke with every bone in my body but it would be Uptown Girl by Westlife.
The song I discovered during lockdown
Sunshine by Gabrielle I didn’t know Dreams and Rise could be beaten, and I was wrong.