Grease will forever be my all-time favourite film. I must’ve seen it more than 20 times. It’s the film that’s most nostalgic for me.
The first time I went to the theatre
I was around 15. My mother took me to the Cardiff Millennium Centre to see Mama Mia. I remember sitting there transfixed for two hours. I think that’s where my love of musicals began.
The TV show I’m currently binging
I don’t really watch TV anymore but I just finished Shameless US and I’m still recovering from the finale.
The first album I bought
My first album is rather an odd choice. I remember my dad buying a new car when I was 10 and letting me pick a new album in Asda. I recall analysing every album there to find the perfect album for us to listen to. I later chose ‘R&B In the Mix 2010’, much to my Pink Floyd-loving Dad’s delight.
My karaoke tune
James Morrison, Broken Strings ft Nelly Furtado. I love a good duet. I have fond memories of singing it on loop, on my nan’s karaoke machine with my cousin — my poor nan.
The first gig I saw
The first artist I ever saw live was a band called 5 Seconds of Summer. Like every other teenage girl at the time, I was obsessed with them.
The book I couldn’t put down
The only book I’ve ever read, enjoyed and finished was John Green’s Fault in Our Stars. The film later ruined that for me.
My guilty pleasure
Reality TV. I hate to love it, but can’t get enough of it.