The Dandy Warhols were my first ever interview. It was a disaster. Sixteen years later I met up with Courtney Taylor-Taylor for round two.
Sniffing Tom Cruise's hair, taking selfies with Zoella, and getting up-close-and-personal with the Queen.
She began her career at the age of 10, went viral last year for taking a picture of herself stretching a condom over her leg, and is now making the most perfect pop music on her road to superstardom.
From the best sex record to the article she shed the most tears while writing, editor Kim Taylor Bennett compiles her totally random round up of 2015.
What's it like to go on a date with an artist who's made a career out of capturing the feeling of having a crush? Like nothing you would imagine.
"There are many girls in LA that have had a taste of the Dolla."
It was a semi-charmed afternoon.
My conversation with the New York dancehall star quickly went from star signs to dancehall, then to our marriage plans and future baby names.
In the spirit of Lily Allen joining Tinder to find friends on tour, maybe the date format could help me meet new people to talk to about questionable pop music and everyone having babies.
A first date with the "Torn" singer and my dream woman.
When I heard her I'm-not-having-fun-actually jam "Here," my heart skipped a beat. I could already envisage us making our excuses and leaving fun places at 9.30 PM. Obviously we needed to date.
He’s not actual Christ, of course. But maybe, just maybe, I went out with the messiah.