By: Sheridan Voysey
I recently asked my seven year-old nephew what he wanted to be when he grew up. With delightful honesty he said, “I want to be famous!” The reason turned out to be his favourite YouTube celebrity. With their thousands of subscribers and millions of views, he one day hoped to be as popular and entertaining as them. Continue reading “The Polls Say We’re a Generation Looking For Fame. That’s a Problem”
By: Clare Bruce
The original ‘Yellow Wiggle’ Greg Page, who had a brush with death in January, has posted a video urging people to learn CPR, and advocating for more life-saving Automatic External Defibrillators (AED machines) to be kept in public places. Continue reading “Original Yellow Wiggle Greg Page Urges: “Learn CPR””
Death is a reality we’re all destined to face. No matter our religion or beliefs, financial position, relationship status or race, death comes to us all.
Continue reading “Gone To Soon”
Above: Natalie Manuel Lee, host of the upcoming new Hillsong Channel TV show ‘Now With Natalie’.
By: Laura Bennett
We spend a lot of time ogling celebrities, their lifestyles, their awards, and ‘who is doing what’. But it’s worth considering the realities of fame. Continue reading “Hailey Bieber Says “Fame Isn’t What You Think”, on Hillsong Channel’s New Season of ‘Now With Natalie’”
By: Ange King
It’s acceptable to criticise celebrities, right? After all, they deserve it.
Don’t they? Continue reading “The Fault in Our Stars”
By: Sam Chan
I love Ed Sheeran. I love so many things about him. I love his songs. His voice. His mop of red hair.
I love Ed Sheeran. There I’ve said it. I love Ed Sheeran. Continue reading “The Real Reason I Love Ed Sheeran”
By: Laura Bennett
In the wake of tragedy and political upheaval, we often find ourselves leaning towards celebrities for words of comfort, for rally cries and condolences.
Social media makes it easier than ever for the artist, the actor, or the musician to reach out to their fans – conversely, it almost insists a sort of responsibility to the celebrity. Continue reading “Jon Foreman: Why I Refuse to Hate the Haters”