It’s sad, so sad…

The saddest thing about Smash Hits’ closure for me is that I will never fulfil my dream of writing for it. Even if, some time in the future, I’d had only one small article published in the magazine, it would have made my life. Now more than ever we have to carry on its legacy, because I highly doubt I would be writing this blog if I hadn’t started buying Smash Hits as a pre-teen pop fan, and it’s likely that many of you would not be reading it if you hadn’t done the same. I just hope it made enough of an impact for something similar to emerge in years to come when there is a market for it again.

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