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.