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October 2020

Any Other Questions with... Georgia

Cheese toasties, nits and Star Trek: Georgia tackles this month’s daft queries.
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Published: 2:25 pm, May 14, 2020
Any Other Questions with... Georgia

This month, Georgia runs the gauntlet of our random, stupid queries.

Which defunct band would you most like to reform?


Who is your favourite member of One Direction?


What was the first record you bought?

Tina Turner - 'River Deep Mountain High'.

Were you a rebel at school?

Well, I would say sometimes. I'm sure my teachers would have disagreed and said yes!

What's in your fridge right now?

Not much, I need to go shopping!

What did you last dream about?

Hmm, well it's hard to remember I've been having such deep sleeps recently. It was something to do with panic and corona, I think.

If you were on Mastermind, what would your specialist subject be?

Chicago House Music, 1983-1987.

What strength Nandos sauce do you order?

I don't eat Nandos, never have and never will!

Have you ever had an imaginary friend?

I never had one myself, but I used to play lots of imaginary games.

What's your favourite midnight snack?

Hmmm, it used to be a cheese toastie with either Marmite or Branson Pickle, now I don't allow myself midnight snacks, lol.

What was the last thing you broke?

My lava lamp, I literally just broke it.

Do you believe in aliens?

Not really, I believe there must be life outside of our universe.

What's your biggest fear?


How punk are you out of ten?

Hmmm, around 8 or 9.

What is your earliest memory?

Not sure, I haven't thought about that ever. Let me think… my earliest memory is being a conductor and conducting my friends in my bedroom in our first flat. I was probably around 5 or something.

What's the most embarrassing thing that's ever happened to you?

It was when this horrible girl in Year 7 shouted I had nits in front of everyone in a class. I was so humiliated, I remember being so embarrassed.

If you could have a superpower of your choosing, what would it be?

The one they have in Star Trek, where you can beam to anywhere you want. That would solve all the travelling and carbon footprint I have.

What's your fave TV show?

It's Always Sunny in Philidelphia.

Have you ever been banned from somewhere?

Yes, many nightclubs.

What's your middle name?

Rose Harriet.

What's the furthest you've travelled to attend someone else's gig?


Do you snore?


Taken from the May issue of Dork. Georgia's album 'Seeking Thrills' is out now.

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